The John Rex Endowment announces three grants totaling more than $120,000 to support nonprofit capacity building. Recipients include Families Together, Lucy Daniels Center and SAFEchild. [more]
The John Rex Endowment announces eight grants totaling $201,210 to support nonprofit capacity building and organizational assessments for agencies that support the physical, mental and emotional well-being of children. Recipients include Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle, Haven House Services, El Pueblo, InterAct, Kidznotes, Lucy Daniels Center, SAFEchild, and WakeEd Partnership. [more]
The John Rex Endowment announces the approval of $824,106 in funding for five grants to organizations that support the physical, mental and emotional well-being of children. Recipients include Natural Learning Initiative of the College of Design at NC State University, Salvation Army of Wake County, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine Program on Integrative Medicine, Advocates for Health in Action and PLM Families Together. [more]
The John Rex Endowment announces a four-year grant of $769,271 to support the implementation of programs to increase the capacity of WakeMed Physician Practices – Pediatrics to promote positive social, emotional, physical, and cognitive health of children. Triangle Family Services has also been awarded a $34,055 grant for a nonprofit capacity building project.
The John Rex Endowment continues its investment in capacity building for nonprofits and announces five grants totaling more than $127,000. The Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education, Communities in Schools of Wake County, and Loaves and Fishes Ministry will each receive capacity building grants. El Pueblo and InterAct will receive grant support for organizational assessments.
Since 2009 the John Rex Endowment has made grant awards to Wake County nonprofits to enhance and build their core infrastructure. It is our belief that in order for an organization to effectively carry out its mission the organization itself must be strong. Our Nonprofit Capacity Building: 2014 Review and Future Directions report provides a perspective on the impact of our support in the areas of leadership, adaptive, management and technical capacity. We learned that grantees feel they are stronger organizations, with better capacity, as a result of John Rex Endowment funding. Read more in Learnings.
The John Rex Endowment continues its investment in capacity building for nonprofits and awards four grants totaling more than $136,000. Kidznotes, North Carolina PTA, Passage Home and StepUp Ministry will each receive grant support.
The John Rex Endowment continues its investment in capacity building for nonprofits in Wake County and awards two grants totaling nearly $80,000. Wade Edwards Learning Lab (WELL) and Wake Education Partnership will each receive grant support.
The John Rex Endowment announces an investment of more than $675,000 for seven grants to support the physical, mental and emotional well-being of children in greater Wake County. Grant recipients include InterAct, Duke Center for Child and Family Policy, Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute, Haven House Services, Lucy Daniels Center, Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education and Triangle Family Services.