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giving back to our communities

2020 Truliant Mini Grants

  • Provides up to $1,000 for operating, programming or capacity-building expenses for non-profit organizations with a 501(c)3 tax-exempt status
  • Designed for applicants who have operated for a minimum of three years
  • Consideration will not be given to individuals, political candidates or groups, religious organizations, schools and organizations that operate outside of Truliant’s geographic area

The Application
Period Has

If you have any questions please email us

The application period for Truliant Mini Grants has now closed. Thank you to all entrants.

Check back soon for a list of 2020 Truliant Mini Grant recipients.

Truliant's Community Mini Grant program provides funding up to $1,000 for operating, programming or capacity-building expenses for non-profit organizations. Applicants must have been in existence for a minimum of three (3) years and have tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Eligible applicants provide important services in the following cities and/or counties where Truliant operates:

  • Piedmont Triad, North Carolina - including Alamance, Forsyth, Guilford and Randolph counties
  • Charlotte Metro Area, North Carolina - including Cabarrus, Cleveland, Gaston and Mecklenburg counties
  • Greenville, South Carolina
  • Radford, Virginia - including Pulaski county
  • Wytheville, Virginia - including Wythe county

NOTE: Consideration will not be given to individuals, political candidates or groups, religious schools or churches, and organizations who do not serve the cities/counties listed above.

Mini Grant Funding for 2020

This year, emphasis is placed on organizations that improve the communities through the following initiatives:

  • Community Development – organizations that cultivate relationships, social responsibility, civic engagement and collaboration that build community
  • Economic Mobility – organizations providing personal guidance and activities that build financial stability and social prosperity for individuals and their families;
  • Financial Wellness – organizations that are specifically engaged in activities that promote and improve financial inclusion and financial literacy; and
  • Youth and Education – organizations supporting education and programming for grades pre-K through high school.