North Carolina Healing Communities Fund grants awarded

Since 2021, the North Carolina Healing Communities Fund has issued 149 grants, totaling nearly $5.5 million. 

These grants have helped provide critical resources for nonprofit organizations impacted by revenue loss and increased demand for services due to the COVID-19 pandemic The grants ranged from $25,000 to $55,000, with an average grant amount of nearly $37,000. Twenty grant recipients are also receiving capacity building support from Rural Forward NC.

Launched by NCCF in July 2020, the North Carolina Healing Communities Fund supports long-term, unmet needs for organizations embedded in and serving marginalized communities that have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. This includes communities of color, communities of lower wealth, communities in mostly rural areas, and communities where English may not be the primary language. 

NC Healing Communities Fund Grantees

The following nonprofit organizations received general operating support grants in 2022 from the North Carolina Healing Communities Fund in an effort to support their recovery from the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • $50,000, Anson Crisis Ministry, Anson County*
  • $25,000, Ashe Food Pantry, Inc., Ashe County
  • $42,800, Bertie County Hive House, Bertie County
  • $25,000, Boys & Girls Club of Eden, Inc., Rockingham County
  • $25,000, Centro Unido Latino Americano, McDowell County
  • $42,800, Columbus County Partnership for Children, Columbus County
  • $25,000, Communities In Schools of Montgomery County
  • $25,000, Community Housing Coalition of Madison County
  • $42,800, Damascus Outreach Association, Gates County
  • $25,000, El Futuro, Inc., Durham County
  • $55,000, Feed My Lambs, Inc., Anson County
  • $55,000, Greene County Interfaith Volunteers, Inc. - Greene County*
  • $25,000, Hannah's Place, Inc., Halifax County
  • $25,000, Harrells Community Center, Sampson County
  • $25,000, Hill Family Farm Education Center, Edgecombe County
  • $25,000, In My Fathers House Community Support Services Network, Catawba County
  • $25,000, JMPro TV, Buncombe County
  • $42,800, Jones County Community Hope, Inc.
  • $25,000, Loving Food Resources, Buncombe County
  • $25,000, Michael's Angels Girls Club, Edgecombe County
  • $25,000, Partners In Ministry, Scotland County
  • $42,800, Ripple Effects, Nash County
  • $42,800, Roanoke Chowan Christian Women's Job Corps Inc., Bertie and Hertford counties
  • $42,800, Robeson County Church and Community Center, Inc., Robeson County
  • $42,800, Roots of Recovery, Pender County
  • $50,000, Ruth’s House, Inc., Beaufort ad Hyde counties*
  • $25,000, Seeds of Hope, Wilson County
  • $25,000, Surry Medical Ministries Foundation, Inc., Surry County
  • $42,800, TFBU Foundation, Martin County
  • $42,800, Tillery Spectrum Connections, Inc., Halifax County
  • $25,000, Triangle South Literacy Works, Harnett County
  • $42,800, True Ridge, Henderson County
  • $42,800, Vecinos, Inc. Farmworker Health Program, Jackson County

*In addition to their grant award, these organizations have been selected to receive capacity building support services from our partners at Rural Forward NC.

The following nonprofit organizations received general operating support grants in 2021 from the North Carolina Healing Communities Fund in an effort to support their recovery from the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • $30,000 to Acción Hispana, Mecklenburg County
  • $55,000 to ACTS of Vance County, Inc., Vance County
  • $55,000 to Advocacy House Services, Inc., Guilford County
  • $25,000 to Alamance County Meals on Wheels, Inc., Alamance County
  • $35,000 to the Albemarle Area United Way for the Community Care Collaborative, Pasquotank County
  • $37,500 to the Albermarle Hopeline, Currituck and Pasquotank counties
  • $26,250 to Albemarle Hospital Foundation, Perquimans and Pasquotank counties
  • $55,000 to AMEXCAN, Lenoir and Pitt counties
  • $25,000 to ArtistYear, Moore County
  • $30,000 to Ashe County Food Pantry, Ashe County
  • $40,000 to the Bertie County Hive House*, Bertie County
  • $50,000 to Bertie County YMCA, Inc., Bertie County
  • $55,000 to Better Health, Cumberland County
  • $55,000 to Bladen Disaster Recovery Team, Bladen County
  • $26,366 to the Blind Center of North Carolina (Beaufort County Association for the Blind), Beaufort County
  • $41,250 to the Boys & Girls Club of Eden, Inc., Rockingham County
  • $25,000 to Caldwell Friends, Inc., Caldwell County
  • $32,000 to the Carteret Partnership for Children, Carteret County
  • $25,000 to Catherine H. Barber Memorial Shelter, Inc., Wilkes County
  • $40,000 to Centro Unido Latino Americano, McDowell County
  • $25,000 to the Child Development Center, New Hanover County
  • $30,000 to Christian Women's Job Corp of Robeson County, Robeson County
  • $27,500 to Church World Service, Durham County
  • $25,000 to the Churches Outreach Network, Pitt County
  • $55,000 to CityGate Dream Center, Alamance County
  • $40,000 to Cleveland County Community Development Corporation, Cleveland County
  • $45,000 to Columbus County Partnership for Children*, Columbus County
  • $55,000 to Community Care Clinic, Watauga County
  • $35,000 to Communities In Schools of Caldwell County, Caldwell County
  • $27,500 to Communities In Schools of Montgomery County, Montgomery County
  • $40,000 to the Community Housing Coalition of Madison County, Madison County
  • $34,110 to Compañeros Inmigrantes de las Montañas en Acción (CIMA), Buncombe County
  • $50,000 to Conetoe Family Life Center, Edgecombe County
  • $40,000 to the Damascus Outreach Association*, Gates County
  • $25,000 to Disability Rights North Carolina, Bladen County
  • $40,000 to Diversity Nurtures Achievement Community Youth Center, Duplin County
  • $25,000 to the East Wake Education Foundation, Inc., Wake County
  • $25,000 to El Futuro, Durham County
  • $41,250 to Emancipate NC, Wilson County
  • $41,250 to Episcopal Farmworker Ministry, Sampson and Duplin counties
  • $25,000 to Family Care Center of Catawba Valley, Inc., Catawba County
  • $25,000 to Financial Pathways of the Piedmont, Forsyth County
  • $25,000 to the Franklin County Arts Council, Franklin County
  • $25,000 to Freedom Life, McDowell County
  • $50,000 to Friends Fighting Cancer, Inc., Harnett County
  • $50,000 to GiGi's Playhouse Raleigh, Wake County
  • $41,250 to the Goler Community Development Corporation, Forsyth County
  • $25,000 to Green Opportunities, Buncombe County
  • $41,250 to Hands of Hope Medical Clinic, Yadkin County
  • $40,000 to Hannah's Place, Inc., Halifax County
  • $40,000 to the Harrells Community Center, Sampson County
  • $55,000 to HAVEN in Lee County, Lee County
  • $25,000 to Healthy Robeson, Robeson County
  • $35,000 to the Hill Family Farm Education Center, Edgecombe County
  • $41,250 to Hope Connection International, Wake County
  • $40,000 to In My Fathers House Community Support Services Network, Catawba County
  • $40,000 to Infinite Possibilities, Inc., Warren and Vance counties
  • $55,000 to Inter-Faith Alliance DBA Cleveland County Rescue Mission, Cleveland County
  • $30,000 to JMPro TV*, Buncombe County
  • $40,000 to Jones County Community Hope, Inc.*, Jones County
  • $33,750 to Jordan Peer Recovery, Inc., Buncombe County
  • $41,250 to Kids First, Inc., Pasquotank County
  • $30,000 to Kingdom Entity Resource Center, Martin County
  • $40,000 to Life Village, Watauga County
  • $25,000 to Literacy Volunteers of Beaufort County, Beaufort County
  • $25,000 to Loving Food Resources, Buncombe County
  • $37,125 to Lumberton Christian Care Center, Robeson County
  • $37,500 to Magnify Ministries, Inc., Yadkin County
  • $40,000 to Mephibosheth Project Inc (MPI), Wayne County
  • $41,250 to Michael's Angels Girls Club*, Edgecombe County
  • $30,000 to My Father's Storehouse, Henderson County
  • $50,000 to My Kids Club, Johnston County
  • $40,000 to My Sister's House, Nash County
  • $25,000 to NC Stop Human Trafficking, Pitt County
  • $25,000 to Oasis NC, New Hanover County
  • $37,500 to OBX Room In The Inn, Dare County
  • $25,000 to Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc., Guilford County
  • $40,000 to Partners In Ministry, Scotland County
  • $40,000 to Peletah Ministries, Craven County
  • $25,000 to Pitt County Care, Inc., Pitt County
  • $30,000 to Quiet Givers, Watauga County
  • $41,086 to Refugee Community Partnership, Orange County
  • $40,000 to RhinoLeap, Randolph County
  • $48,000 to Ripple Effects*, Nash County
  • $40,000 to Roanoke Chowan Christian Women's Job Corps Inc.*, Hertford County
  • $40,000 to the Robeson County Church and Community Center, Inc.*, Robeson County
  • $27,500 to Rocky Mount Family YMCA Inc., Nash County
  • $55,000 to Roots of Recovery*, Pender County
  • $26,250 to The Salvation Army - Rockingham County, Rockingham County
  • $40,000 to Sandhills Family Heritage Association, Cumberland County
  • $40,964 to Seeds of Hope Wilson*, Wilson County
  • $30,000 to SeekHealing, Buncombe County
  • $25,000 to the Smoky Mountain Community Theatre, Swain County
  • $30,000 to StandUp-SpeakOut of North Carolina, Durham County
  • $40,000 to Surry Medical Ministries Foundation, Inc., Surry County
  • $40,000 to Tarboro Community Outreach, Edgecombe County
  • $40,000 to TFBU Foundation*, Martin County
  • $40,000 to The Filling Station, Jones County
  • $37,500 to The Housing Assistance Corporation, Henderson County
  • $30,000 to Tillery Spectrum Connections, Inc.*, Halifax County
  • $41,250 to Triangle South Literacy Works*, Harnett County
  • $50,000 to True Ridge*, Henderson County
  • $50,000 to Truth Foundational Ministries CDC Inc (TFM), Edgecombe County
  • $40,000 to the Turning Point Community Development Foundation, Vance County
  • $45,000 to United Community Ministries, Nash County
  • $55,000 to United Way of Rockingham County, Inc., Rockingham County
  • $33,149 to the United Way of Robeson County, Robeson County
  • $40,000 to Vecinos, Inc. Farmworker Health Program*, Jackson County
  • $25,000 to Wake Forest Community Youth Orchestra, Franklin and Wake counties
  • $27,500 to the Wilkes Adult Developmental Activity Program, Inc., Wilkes County
  • $33,450 to Wilkes Recovery Revolution, Inc., Wilkes County
  • $25,000 to the Wilmington Childrens Museum, Inc., New Hanover County
  • $41,250 to the Wright's Center, Inc., Nash and Edgecombe counties
  • $25,000 to the YMCA of Avery County, Avery County

*In addition to their grant award, these organizations have been selected to receive capacity building support services from our partners at Rural Forward NC.

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