North Carolina Healing Communities Fund grants awarded

The following general operating support grants to support the nonprofit organization in recovering from the impacts of COVID-19 have been awarded by the North Carolina Healing Communities Fund:

  • $30,000 to Acción Hispana
  • $55,000 to Advocacy House Services, Inc.
  • $35,000 to the Albemarle Area United Way for the Community Care Collaborative
  • $40,000 to the Bertie County Hive House*
  • $26,366 to the Blind Center of North Carolina (Beaufort County Association for the Blind)
  • $41,250 to the Boys & Girls Club of Eden, Inc.
  • $32,000 to the Carteret Partnership for Children
  • $25,000 to the Child Development Center
  • $27,500 to Church World Service
  • $25,000 to the Churches Outreach Network
  • $27,500 to Communities In Schools of Montgomery County
  • $40,000 to the Community Housing Coalition of Madison County
  • $40,000 to the Damascus Outreach Association*
  • $40,000 to Diversity Nurtures Achievement Community Youth Center
  • $25,000 to Financial Pathways of the Piedmont
  • $50,000 to Friends Fighting Cancer, Inc.
  • $41,250 to the Goler Community Development Corporation
  • $40,000 to the Harrells Community Center*
  • $35,000 to the Hill Family Farm Education Center
  • $40,000 to Infinite Possibilities, Inc.
  • $30,000 to JMPro TV*
  • $33,750 to Jordan Peer Recovery, Inc.
  • $41,250 to Kids First, Inc.
  • $25,000 to Loving Food Resources
  • $37,500 to Magnify Ministries, Inc
  • $40,000 to Mephibosheth Project Inc (MPI)
  • $41,250 to Michael's Angels Girls Club*
  • $30,000 to My Father's Storehouse
  • $40,000 to My Sister's House
  • $25,000 to Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc.
  • $40,000 to Partners In Ministry
  • $40,000 to Peletah Ministries
  • $30,000 to Quiet Givers
  • $40,000 to RhinoLeap
  • $48,000 to Ripple Effects*
  • $40,000 to Roanoke Chowan Christian Women's Job Corps Inc.*
  • $40,000 to the Robeson County Church and Community Center, Inc.*
  • $55,000 to Roots of Recovery*
  • $26,250 to The Salvation Army - Rockingham County
  • $40,964 to Seeds of Hope Wilson*
  • $30,000 to SeekHealing
  • $30,000 to StandUp-SpeakOut of North Carolina
  • $40,000 to Surry Medical Ministries Foundation, Inc.
  • $40,000 to Tarboro Community Outreach
  • $30,000 to Tillery Spectrum Connections, Inc.*
  • $41,250 to Triangle South Literacy Works*
  • $40,000 to the Turning Point Community Development Corporation
  • $33,149 to the United Way of Robeson County
  • $40,000 to Vecinos, Inc. Farmworker Health Program*
  • $27,500 to the Wilkes Adult Developmental Activity Program, Inc.
  • $33,450 to Wilkes Recovery Revolution, Inc.
  • $41,250 to the Wright's Center, Inc.

*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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