Additional community grants available for local organizations in northeast North Carolina

Charitable organizations serving Camden, Gates, Pasquotank and Perquimans counties have additional opportunities for grants this spring from the North Carolina Community Foundation.

In addition to the Northern Albemarle Community Foundation, the Women Givers of Northeast North Carolina will accept grant applications this year from charitable organizations serving the community. Both will accept applications between March 8 and noon on April 9.

The Northern Albemarle Community Foundation is an affiliate of NCCF; the Women Givers of Northeast NC is a fund of NCCF that leverages the power of collective giving to support the community in a purposeful way.

The Women Givers are making grants for the first time since 2021. Grants from the Women Givers will range from $500 to $1,000. Total grantmaking will not exceed $6,000.

Grants from NACF typically range from $500 to $5,000 and are awarded to a wide range of community initiatives. In 2023, NACF awarded $27,790 in grants through this competitive process.

Organizations must apply for grants using NCCF’s online application system. Information about how to apply is available on the NCCF website.

The Women Givers now has more than 100 members and is accepting new members at any time. 

“We are delighted to again be able to accept grant applications and we strongly encourage all qualified organizations to apply,” said Phyllis Bosomworth, co-chair of the Women Givers. “Our members have been working hard to recruit new members and raise the funds we will award.”

For more information about the Women Givers, including how to join, visit, nccommunityfoundation.org/ne-women or contact NCCF Donor Engagement Officer Kim Ball at kball@nccommunityfoundation.org.

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