Triangle North Healthcare Foundation has announced the launch of a Community Response Grant Fund, available to nonprofit, local government, and educational organizations, serving the counties of Franklin, Granville, Vance and Warren.
The grants will fund relief and response programs related to the COVID-19 Pandemic. “With the continuing stress on our communities from the Pandemic, our local safety net organizations are struggling to make ends meet and respond to their clients’ needs. We are pleased to announce the Foundation Board’s commitment to provide grants for community relief,” said Val Short, Executive Director.
Applications for grants up to $20,000 each will be accepted, beginning February 1, 2021. Applications will be reviewed quarterly and grants will be awarded in March, June, September, and December. Through this Community Response program, recipients can receive up to four grants throughout the year.
The Community Response Grant application is now available at the Foundation’s online grant portal. A link to the grant portal is available at the website: http://www.tnhfoundation.org Applications will be accepted continuously now through September 1, 2021.
Virtual meetings with Foundation staff will be required prior to submitting an application. To schedule a meeting, please call 252-430-8532.
Triangle North Healthcare Foundation is a regional healthcare grantmaking organization based in Henderson, established in November 2011, after the merge of Maria Parham Medical Center with the for-profit Duke LifePoint. Funded by an endowment created from the assets of the former nonprofit hospital, Triangle North Healthcare Foundation has invested over $2 million in over 80 programs in the region since beginning grantmaking in 2013.
(Press Release provided by Triangle North Healthcare Foundation)