Golden LEAF’s new grants management system going live February 1st | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    Golden LEAF's new grants management system will go live February 1, 2023. This new system will enhance reporting and application capabilities and help facilitate communications between grantees and programs staff.

    Current Golden LEAF grantees will receive an email about how to access the new grants management system on January 31, 2023. Applicants will also receive information about how to continue applications started in the former system.

    Once an account is activated, applicants and grantees will have access to any historic, active, and pending grant information, as well as the application portal.

    Golden LEAF will provide a combination of virtual training, virtual office hours, online resources, and downloadable, quick-reference sheets to facilitate the transition.

    For more information about the database transition, including dates and times for virtual office hours and posted resources, visit For questions regarding the new grants management system, email
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