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Truliant Gives 29 Nonprofit Agencies a Boost

Truliant Gives 29 Nonprofit Agencies a Boost

Release date: 8/13/2012

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (August 14, 2012) – While the economic landscape is still making it difficult for non-profits to secure funding, Truliant has awarded 29 non-profit organizations mini-grants up $1000 to support their operations. Over 150 organizations in Truliant’s North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina markets applied to receive Community Mini-Grant Program funds.

“The Truliant Community Mini-Grant Program is designed to enhance operational support for nonprofit agencies that serve people in “underserved” communities where Truliant operates,” commented Marjorie Rorie, director of community services for Truliant. Rorie led several grant workshops for the organizations prior to grant selection as a community service for nonprofits to teach them how to complete a successful application for the community grant.

To qualify for the mini-grant, community and faith-based agencies had to impact one or more of the following areas: health and human services programs, youth, affordable housing, financial literacy and/or economic development. The grant cycle begins in May of each year.

The following organizations will receive Truliant Community Mini-Grants:

North Carolina

Samaritan Ministries
Communities Helping All Neighbors Gain Empowerment
Veterans Helping Veterans Heal
Southside Rides Foundation

McAdenville/Gaston County
Community Foundation of Gaston County
Junior Achievement of Gaston County
Cancer Services of Gaston County
Shining Hope Farms

Communities in Schools of Cleveland County, Inc.
Washington Outreach Ministry, Inc.

High Point
Triad Food Pantry of the SDA Church
Think Fit Foundation of North Carolina, Inc.
United Way of Greater High Point
YWCA of High Point

Men's Empowering Resource Center
Alamance Community College Foundation
Alamance County Community Services Agency, Inc

Pennies 4 HOPE Project of Charlotte
Supportive Housing Communities/McCreesh Pl. Victory Christian Center School Alumni As
Crossroads Reentry Ministries, Inc.

South Carolina

Greenville County Human Relations Commission
Girl Scouts of South Carolina


New River It’s All About Jesus Ministries Outreach & Help Center
Hensel Eckman YMCA
Safe Haven Child Visitation Ctr. of New River Valley

Greater Richmond SCAN
Richmond Ballet, The State Ballet of Virginia
Virginia Supportive Housing

Wytheville Training School Cultural Center
Smart Beginnings Wythe Bland

About Truliant Federal Credit Union

Truliant Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit, financial institution that provides affordable financial services to its member-owners. Truliant was chartered in 1952 and now serves more than 190,000 members and has 22 Member Financial Centers in NC, SC, OH and VA.

Contact Information
Marjorie Rorie
[email protected]