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COVID-19 Response Fund for Forsyth County Awards Second Round of Grants: over $1.4 Million ...
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

Big Brothers Big Sisters Services, Inc. - $15,000 to fund technology-enabled engagement tools allowing college-success mentoring to high...more

15 groups share $1 million in city COVID-19 grants
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

It's critical that we continue to grow the response fund to address the immense community needs that we're only beginning to see.” Here are the...more

COVID-19 can't stop creativity, but artists still need support
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

There's the emptiness of a shuttered music hall: sad. ... When the going gets tough, creatives get creative. ... “Celebrating and remembering art in the City of Arts & Innovation” by...more

Kirby: 'I'm not giving,' Lucile Hutaff said. 'I'm returning to the community'
Foundation: Cumberland Community Foundation, Winston-Salem Foundation

The Cumberland Community Foundation that the late Lucile Hutaff dreamed of 40 years ago has reached a milestone of $100 million in...more

The Winston-Salem Foundation enters its next century with plans to amplify impact
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

And their impact has large ripples in the community foundation movement. At the end of 2018, The Winston-Salem Foundation was the nation's...more

Scott Wierman: The Winston-Salem Foundation: Our next century
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

The concept of a community foundation had been launched just five years earlier in Cleveland, Ohio, to create a way for individuals to...more

Three initiatives bring diversity, inclusivity to life in Winston-Salem
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

“It gives a framework for approaching philanthropy. ... Foundation's strategic initiatives was the Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI), launched in...more

Black Philanthropy Initiative Grants $25000 to Advance Racial Equity in Education
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Winston-Salem Foundation's Black Philanthropy Initiative is granting thousands of dollars to schools and...more

WINSTON-SALEM FOUNDATION AWARDS GRANTS FOR CREATIVE SOLUTIONS TO LOCAL ...
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

The Winston-Salem Foundation (WSF) has made seven grants totaling $189,000 for creative solutions to transportation challenges in Forsyth...more

Honorable Youth in Winston-Salem teaches families money management
Foundation: Winston-Salem Foundation

Honorable Youth in Winston-Salem is a nonprofit focused on teaching moms and their children money management. Brittany Broadway has...more



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