Yesterday, Gov. Cooper announced that on May 8, North Carolina will enter Phase One of the state’s three-part plan to reopen the state’s economy. We want you to know that the Foundation will continue to work remotely through at least the month of May, and we will monitor the state’s health progress as the month progresses before deciding when our offices will reopen. We will continue to provide updates as new information becomes available, and please feel free to contact our staff as needed.
We also encourage you to closely monitor updates and review valuable health and safety resources from the State of North Carolina, the Centers for Disease Control, and the Forsyth County Health Department. In the meantime, our work continues as always, albeit remotely, and we look forward to gathering together as a staff and as a community some day in the future.
The Burress Family Center for Philanthropy will remain closed at least through the end of June. We appreciate your understanding as we aim to prevent the coronavirus’s further spread in our community.