Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation awards $2,890 in grants | Eastern North Carolina Now | Aug. 2, 2022 - The board of advisors of the Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation has awarded $2,890 in local grants from its community grantmaking fund.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Press Release:

    Aug. 2, 2022     The board of advisors of the Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation has awarded $2,890 in local grants from its community grantmaking fund.

    The board granted:

  • $722.50 to Albemarle Commission Senior Nutrition Program for Hyde County 2022 Meals on Wheels
  • $500 to Beaufort County United Way for Safe Harbor motel project for the homeless
  • $945 to Open Door Community Center for general operating support
  • $722.50 to Project DIRECT Legacy for Hyde County produce prescription program

    "We are grateful to the many generous individuals who have supported the Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation through the years," said Lee Brimmage, advisory board president of the Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation. "They have enabled us to support these wonderful organizations serving our community."

    The Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation is an affiliate of the North Carolina Community Foundation (NCCF). For further information, contact Natalie Jenkins Peel, NCCF community leadership officer, at npeel@nccommunityfoundation.org.

    About the Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation

    The Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation (BHCF) was founded in 2001 and is led by a local volunteer advisory board that helps build community assets by creating permanent endowments, making grants, and leveraging leadership and partnerships - all for the benefit of Beaufort and Hyde counties.

    The BHCF board advises the unrestricted community grantmaking fund, to support local needs. The competitive grants program is held annually.

    Advisory board members live and work in Beaufort and Hyde counties, positioning them to strategically leverage resources, meet local needs and access opportunities. In addition to Brimmage, board members include Bethany Pugh (secretary/treasurer), Michael Adams, Read Allen, Charles Edwards, Alice Keeney, Julio Morales, Marcy Morgan, Bill Rich and Beth Wilder.

    The BHCF makes it easy to support your community. You can open an endowment for your favorite cause at any time or contribute to an existing fund in any amount. Tax-deductible contributions, made payable to the Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation, can be mailed to the North Carolina Community Foundation, 3737 Glenwood Ave., Suite 460, Raleigh, NC 27612. Contributions can also be made online at nccommunityfoundation.org/Beaufort-Hyde.

    About the North Carolina Community Foundation

    The North Carolina Community Foundation is the single statewide community foundation serving North Carolina and has administered more than $217 million in grants since its inception in 1988. With more than $400 million in assets, NCCF sustains more than 1,200 endowments established to provide long-term support of a broad range of community needs, nonprofit organizations, institutions and scholarships.

    NCCF partners with a network of affiliate foundations to provide local resource allocation and community assistance across the state. An important component of NCCF's mission is to ensure that rural philanthropy has a voice at local, regional and national levels.


   Contact: Amy Dominello Braun
   Senior Communications & Marketing Officer for the North Carolina Community Foundation
   Email: abraun@nccommunityfoundation.org
   Phone: 919-256-6922
Go Back


Leave a Guest Comment

Your Name or Alias
Your Email Address ( your email address will not be published)
Enter Your Comment ( no code or urls allowed, text only please )




Forgotten WWII Battle News and Information, The Region Funding The Future


HbAD0

Latest The Region

No big changes with this update. The threats of heavy rain, strong winds, coastal flooding, and isolated tornadoes have not changed. The highest impacts for both heavy rain and the tornado threat will occur today.
Florida residents who remained behind as Hurricane Ian pummeled the central gulf coast may have gotten more than they bargained for if they ventured outside — the storm surge was so powerful that it apparently sent sharks swimming down residential streets.
Hurricane Ian slammed into southwest Florida as a powerful Category 4 hurricane Wednesday afternoon after more than 2 million Floridians were given evacuation orders.
No big changes with this update. The threats of heavy rain, strong winds, coastal flooding, and isolated tornadoes have not changed.
ECU professor part of $16 million grant to study resiliency of coastal communities
Our overall impacts from a prolonged period of wind, rain and elevated waters from both Ian and other weather features, HAVE NOT CHANGED. We still expect a long duration of elevated waters through multiple high tide cycles.

HbAD1

Our overall impacts from a prolonged period of wind, rain and elevated waters from both Ian and other weather features, HAVE NOT CHANGED. We still expect a long duration of elevated waters through multiple high tide cycles.
Ian is now a strong Category 4 hurricane located about 75 miles WSW of Naples, FL. No major changes were made to the forecast track overnight
We are monitoring a trending shift to the east with the forecasted track, which would place the center of Ian close to re-emerging in the Atlantic near Daytona Beach Florida, before continuing northeast along the Georgia / Southern South Carolina coast.
Connecting ECU’s Hispanic students with each other and university opportunities
The state’s economic vitality is tied to the skills of its workforce. Trends show that by 2030, nearly two-thirds of North Carolina’s jobs will require a post-secondary degree or credential.
As previously mentioned, there continues to be subtle differences between the forecast models so far, which drastically change the forecasted impacts for Beaufort County.

HbAD2

Physical therapy, occupational therapy students partner for free clinic

HbAD3

 
Back to Top