More than $1 million in grants have been awarded to more than 175 non-profit organizations.
UPDATE: We have recently changed the terms of our application process.**
**If an organization has recently received one of our community grants, they must now wait five years before reapplying instead of the three years previously indicated. We are not able to make exceptions and apologize for the inconvenience. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
We believe it’s important to have a positive impact on a child in order to change the world. But we can’t do it alone. That’s why we proudly support other non-profit organizations across the state making an immediate and positive impact on children who need it most in the areas of health care, education and social services.
Congratulations to our 2019 Fall Grant recipients!
- Brothers Organized to Serve Others, High Point, NC
- $7,500 to provide mentoring programs to disadvantaged youth.
- Camp LUCK, Charlotte, NC
- $5,000 to help fund programming for children suffering from cardiac disease and their families.
- CHEW (Children’s Hunger Elimination of Wilson), Wilson, NC
- $5,000 to assist in the providing of weekend food for chronically hungry students in the Wilson County Public School System.
- Dunn Police Athletic League (PALS), Dunn, NC
- $7,500 to help provide mentoring and after school programs for disadvantaged youth.
- Eagle Rock Camp, Newton, NC
- $6,000 to provide scholarship money for military families to attend this therapeutic camp.
- Family Care Center of Catawba County, Hickory, NC
- $10,000 to assist in providing basic needs, such as clothing, school supplies and medical assistance, to homeless children.
- First Fruit Ministries, Wilmington, NC
- $5,000 to assist in improvements to the client engagement space at the food pantry.
- Right Moves for Youth, Charlotte, NC
- $5,000 to provide group counseling and mentoring for middle and high school students.
- Salvation Army of Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem, NC
- $7,500 to assist in improving the physical environment of the Salvation Army and enhance the shelter.
- Simply Girls, Inc., Dunn, NC
- $12,000 to fund an after school program for at-risk girls, who are currently failing math and English.
- Wilson Youth United, Wilson, NC
- $6,000 to assist in the building of the Nature Play Space, an outdoor learning area for youth.
- Winston-Salem Youth Chorus, Winston-Salem, NC
- $7,500 to provide scholarships for disadvantaged youth.
Deadline to apply for the 2020 Spring Grant cycle is April 30, 2020.
Interested in applying?
If you’re considering applying for a grant for the Spring 2020 cycle, please click on the application link for complete details and read the instructions carefully. The deadline for consideration is April 30, 2020. Good luck!
To find out more about RMHC Grants, contact email@example.com.