NC Network of Grantmakers
The website provides a list of organizations that are providing grant opportunities for the COVID-19 response. Learn more.
The North Carolina Community Foundation Community Grantmaking
Grants are being offered across the state available during March, April and May. This is the first cycle of the North Carolina Community Foundation’s annual grant season to serve organizations in the local communities. Learn more.
RAFI-USA’s Come to the Table program has a limited amount of technical assistance funds to assist rural United Methodist churches throughout North Carolina that are engaging in emergency hunger relief efforts during the coronavirus crisis with mini-grants of up to $1,000. Assistance is available on a first-come first-served basis to qualifying projects. Learn more.
Council of Nonprofits: Corona Virus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act: (Informational) The article explains the funding opportunities for Non-profits within the Act.
American Heart Association
In late February, the American Heart Association and Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC (BCBS of NC) released a call for mini-grants for communities to implement their ideas to promote heart health in the Triangle (Wake, Durham, and Orange counties), Triad (Guilford and Forsyth counties), and Charlotte (Mecklenburg, Gaston, and Union counties). With the increased community needs due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are increasing the mini-grant investment for each of the communities.
We have therefore extended the grant deadline to Monday, April 6 to accommodate ADDITIONAL requests, ranging from $2,500 – $10,000 to support heart healthy policies and environments focusing specifically on COVID-19 relief.
Individuals or community organizations which have already submitted applications are welcome to submit an additional COVID-19 focused application.
To apply and for more information, interested partners should visit the application website or contact Annie.Thornhill@heart.org for more information.