• Brandi Heath

Free Money Friday - COVID-19 Impacts North Carolina Non-Profits

The Winston-Salem Foundation is pitching in for those who help others. The organization is offering up to $5,000 to eligible non-profit organizations, for operating support. The funding is meant for groups that help economically vulnerable populations impacted by Coronavirus, particularly in Forsyth County, North Carolina. The Winston-Salem Foundation realizes the COVID-19 pandemic will have a significant impact on non-profits' fundraising efforts and demand for their services will increase. Phase I of the grant will benefit organizations who assist families and individuals under the following circumstances:

- People without health insurance and/or access to paid sick leave

- Homeless individuals

- Healthcare workers

- Hospitality and service industry workers

- Undocumented immigrants

- People without limited English language proficiency

The grants are intended to supplement organizations and not to replace lost revenue.

The deadline is April 30th.

You can find more information for eligibility, and apply here.

Need help applying for a grant? Contact us today!

This series highlights grants that are available at the federal, state, and local levels. New grants are added every Friday.

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