Press release
December 18, 2019

Foundation Announces 18 Community Grants

The Winston-Salem Foundation announces 18 Community Grants totaling $364,450 that will touch the lives of many living in Forsyth County. This support is made possible by donors to the Foundation’s unrestricted funds, flexible funds, and the Next Century Fund.

CAPACITY BUILDING GRANTS

Governance /Leadership / Staff Development:

  • Action4Equity – $25,000 for an executive director
  • Gateway Nature Preserve – $14,700 for strategic planning
  • Humane Solution Spay/Neuter Program $10,000 for an operations manager
  • Piedmont Tax Clinic – $25,000 for planning and marketing assistance

Learning / Adaptation / Evaluation:

  • IFB Solutions – $25,000 for program evaluation and planning
  • North Carolina Black Repertory Company – $15,000 for strategic planning
  • Salvation Army – $8,500 for technological improvements for seasonal activities
  • Samaritan Ministries – $25,000 for succession planning
  • Winston-Salem Symphony – $17,250 to support fundraising plans and assessment

Technical Skills:

  • Kaleideum – $25,000 for development and evaluation
  • SECCA Foundation – $25,000 for development and planning assistance
  • Spring Theatre – $7,500 for marketing assistance
  • YWCA of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County – $25,000 for marketing assistance

Learn more about capacity-building grants

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN GRANTS

  • Körner's Folly Foundation – $50,000 for the capital campaign
  • Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance – $60,000 for the capital campaign

Learn more about capital campaign grants

SMALL GRANTS

  • North Carolina Always – $1,000 to support the Happy Hill Garden Family Photograph project
  • North Carolina American Health Indian Board – $500 to support an American Indian Heritage Community Celebration

Learn more about small grants

FOCUS AREA GRANTS

Advancing Equity in Education: 

  • Knollwood Baptist Church – $5,000 to support the Separate and Unequal event

Learn more about our focus areas