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Program

Small Grant Program

Cluster(s):
  • Well Rounded,
  • School Climate
State(s):
  • NC
Purpose

For programs that address alcohol and substance abuse. Funding is intended to support projects and activities offered by smaller grassroots organizations. Eligible applicants are located in and serve residents of Mecklenburg County.

Eligibility

Funding is restricted to organizations that meet the following criteria (note: a fiscal sponsor arrangement will be considered for organizations that do not meet some of the eligibility criteria): - Mecklenburg County non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organizations exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or to governmental entities such as the State of North Carolina and its agencies, municipal corporations, and political subdivisions of the State. A fiscal sponsor arrangement will be considered for applicants t...

Program

Dr. William R. Bosien Fund Grant

Cluster(s):
  • Well Rounded,
  • School Climate
State(s):
  • NC
Purpose

To enhance the health of residents in eligible communities. Funding may be used to improve accessibility to health care and health information. 

Eligibility

501(c)(3) nonprofits, public school systems, and units of government that serve the citizens of the community centered in and around Polk County. Projects must benefit the residents of Polk County, North Carolina and Landrum, South Carolina.

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