Wednesday, July 11, 2018

NCCF announces the opening of a grants program that will award $500,000 annually in eastern NC from the Louise Oriole Burevitch Endowment. Nonprofit programs serving education, health, and human services in one or more of 41 eastern North Carolina counties are eligible to apply.

The online grants cycle opens July 10 and closes at NOON, August 20, with recipients announced this fall. Grants will typically range from $25,000 to $50,000. Visit this webpage for full details and eligibility.

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