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Weaver Foundation Grant
- Well Rounded,
- Extended Learning,
- School Climate
For programs that enhance the community and its quality of life. Eligible programs may be in the areas of education, children and youth, environmental protection, economic development, combating poverty, protection of urban open spaces and public parks, and the advancement of human and civil rights, racial tolerance, and diversity.
Nonprofits and agencies located in and serving the Greater Greensboro area.
319 Grant Program — Watershed Restoration Grants
- Well Rounded
For projects that restore waters impaired by pollution and improve water quality in eligible regions. Funding may be used to conduct watershed restoration projects such as stormwater and agricultural best management practices and restoration of impaired streams. Projects must be used to help restore waterbodies in areas with approved watershed restoration plans.
North Carolina nonprofit organizations, agencies, and IHEs