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COMMUNITY-CENTERED HEALTH ROUNDUP (OCTOBER 2022)

Blue Cross NC Foundation releases the October edition of its Community-Centered Health Roundup resource.

The Blue Cross NC Foundation is pleased to share the following grants were approved in the month of August.

  • $300,000 to Educational Equity Institute, Inc. to implement a promising model in Hertford and Northampton County to address the causes and conditions that lead to suspensions, expulsions, and exclusions in early care and education.
  • $300,000 to YWCA of Asheville to implement a promising model at the YWCA of Asheville’s child care center to address the causes and conditions that lead to suspensions, expulsions, and exclusions in early care and education.
  • $300,000 to Empowered Parents in Community to implement a promising model at child care centers in the Triangle region to address the causes and conditions that lead to suspensions, expulsions, and exclusions in early care and education.
  • $300,000 to Village Of Wisdom Inc to implement a promising model at child care centers in the Triangle region to address the causes and conditions that lead to suspensions, expulsions, and exclusions in early care and education.
  • $300,000 to Truth Education Foundation to implement a promising model at a child care center in Durham County to address the causes and conditions that lead to suspensions, expulsions, and exclusions in early care and education.
  • $400,000 to Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe to support North Carolina-based American Indian communities in Halifax, Warren, and Nash Counties to advance their vision for a healthy community, as well as supporting intertribal collaboration to foster stronger connections for future work together.
  • $400,000 to Guilford Native American Association to support North Carolina-based American Indian communities in Guilford County to advance their vision for a healthy community, as well as supporting intertribal collaboration to foster stronger connections for future work together.
  • $400,000 to Hunger and Health Coalition to provide capacity building for the newly appointed leadership, and overall support for the organization as they seek to sustain and propel the vision and mission of the organization

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation is excited to announce that 10 organizations have received multi-year funding as part of a commitment to grow the Food is Medicine movement across the state.

Blue Cross NC Foundation releases the August edition of its Community-Centered Health Roundup resource.

The Blue Cross NC Foundation is pleased to share the following grants were approved in the month of July.

  • $400,000 to Coharie Intra Tribal, Inc. to support North Carolina-based American Indian communities and organizations to advance their vision for a healthy community, as well as supporting intertribal collaboration to foster stronger connections for future work together.
  • $400,000 to Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina, Inc. to support North Carolina-based American Indian communities and organizations to advance their vision for a healthy community, as well as supporting intertribal collaboration to foster stronger connections for future work together.
  • $400,000 to Metrolina Native American Affiliate to support North Carolina-based American Indian communities and organizations to advance their vision for a healthy community, as well as supporting intertribal collaboration to foster stronger connections for future work together.
  • $400,000 to Triangle Native American Society to support North Carolina-based American Indian communities and organizations to advance their vision for a healthy community, as well as supporting intertribal collaboration to foster stronger connections for future work together.
  • $400,000 to Cumberland County Association for Indian People to support North Carolina-based American Indian communities and organizations to advance their vision for a healthy community, as well as supporting intertribal collaboration to foster stronger connections for future work together.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation is excited to announce that nine organizations have received multi-year funding, as part of a recent open opportunity to support Latino-led and serving organizations and coalitions to develop or deepen their focus on advocacy for health equity.

Blue Cross NC Foundation releases the July edition of its Community-Centered Health Roundup resource.

Blue Cross NC Foundation releases the June edition of its Community-Centered Health Roundup resource.