One of the perks of WNC Bridge Foundation moving to our new office space located at 294 Overlook Rd, Asheville, was the opportunity to let non-profits shop for office furniture that would not be going to our new building. Eight non-profits took over 90 pieces of office furniture.
A unique urgent home repair collaborative between Gateway Wellness Foundation and WNC Bridge Foundation is underway in McDowell County.
This past summer, WNC Bridge Foundation awarded a NOW Grant to Feed-A-Child, an organization providing food to “at-risk and food insecure” kids throughout Yancey County.
As of October 1, 2021, you can now visit WNC Bridge Foundation at our permanent office located at 294 Overlook Rd, Asheville.
WNC Bridge Foundation provided $55,000 in flood relief efforts to support frontline non-profits in meeting the immediate needs of those impacted by Tropical Storm Fred.
IMPACT Grant recipient, TACTOR Food & Farms, is a rural food-hub located in Yancey County, is determined to increase local food access by uniting communities with their local producers.
It takes more than 50+ Volunteers to put on our single-day fundraising event, and we want YOU to consider being on this year’s team!.
Communities In Schools of North Carolina in Jackson County’s mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. In Jackson County, 1 in 4 children under the age of 18 lives in poverty
WNC Bridge Foundation’s premier fundraising event Drums & Dragons is is back and better than ever.
Thanks to Levi’s physical therapist, Brittany, reaching out to WNC Bridge Foundation, we were able to outfit the young boy with a brand-new trike through our Children’s Services Fund program