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Truliant Awards Grants to 39 Nonprofits

Truliant Awards Grants to 39 Nonprofits

Release date: 8/21/2013

Truliant Awards Grants to 39 Nonprofits

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (August 22, 2013) – While there’s been some improvement in the economy, the non-profit sector continues to struggle. In an effort to help nonprofits secure the funding they need to help the community, Truliant has awarded 39 nonprofit organizations mini grants up $1,000 to support their operations. Over 100 organizations in North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina markets applied for Truliant 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,” according to Marjorie Rorie, director of community services for Truliant. She conducted grant workshops and webinars for the organizations prior to grant selection as a community service.

To qualify for the mini grant, community and faith-based agencies had to impact one or more of the following areas: financial literacy, business education, economic development, health and human services and/or youth development. The grant cycle begins in May of each year. The following organizations will receive Truliant Community Mini Grants:

South Carolina

Greenville
Camp Opportunity
CredAbility
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate

North Carolina

Randolph County
Randolph County Senior Association, Inc.
Randolph County Partnership for Children, Inc.
Communities In Schools of Randolph County
Randolph Vocational Industries, Inc.

Forsyth County
Dress for Success
Family Blueprints of North Carolina
Mount Eagle Foundation

McAdenville/Gaston County
Junior Achievement of Gaston County
Cancer Services of Central Carolinas
Shining Hope Farms
Gaston Skills

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

Guilford County
Family Service of the Piedmont
High Point Interfaith Hospitality Network
Triad Economic Development
Old North State Council, Inc.
Happy Girl Ministry, Inc.
Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency

Alamance County
Women’s Resource Ctr. Of Alamance County
Sustainable Alamance
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Little Pink Houses of Hope

Mecklenburg County
Supportive Housing Communities/McCreesh Pl.
Victory Christian Center School Alumni As
Make-A-Wish-Foundation of Central & Western NC
Tees Girls In Development Project Training Program
Teach Boys and Girls Success, Inc.

Virginia

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

Richmond
Richmond Ballet, The State Ballet of Virginia
Safe Habor

Wytheville
Wytheville Training School Cultural Center