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
A NOW Grant from WNC Bridge Foundation allowed Blue Ridge Partnership for Children to supply 50 families with large laundry baskets full of hard-to-obtain essential items early in the pandemic
When COVID-19 hit, millions of older adults found themselves more vulnerable and in need of a way to access nutritious food safely. Meals on Wheels (MOW) and its volunteers rose to the challenge of helping keep older adults fed, safe, and in their homes.
A NOW Grant from WNC Bridge Foundation was just the “fertilizer” needed to help make Haywood’s Historic Farmers Market a flourishing success this past season.
Rise & Shine offers a safe learning environment with one-on-one tutoring, STEAM enrichment, and ecological stewardship. Scholars attend the after-school program at no charge.
Last spring, a NOW Grant from WNC Bridge Foundation allowed the 30th Judicial District Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Alliance to provide “sunshine” baskets to 75 families experiencing isolation due to COVID-19 through Mental Health Support Kits.
It is no secret that in Western North Carolina, having a dependable car opens doors to education, employment, and improved quality of life.
When construction on Southwestern Community College’s new Health Sciences Building is completed in 2021, students will learn and train on state-of-the art technology, thanks in part to a $400,000 award from WNC Bridge Foundation.