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IMPACT Capacity Building Grant Recipients

Fifty-one non-profits will have the resources necessary to focus on capacity building, the backbone of effective non-profit programs, thanks to grant funding provided by WNC Bridge Foundation’s 2022 IMPACT Grant initiative.

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Dignity During Crisis

An IMPACT grant from WNC Bridge Foundation allowed Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity (AAHH) to complete health and safety home repairs on the homes of 44 low-income older adult households during the grant period.

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Safe and Healthy Homes

An IMPACT grant from WNC Bridge Foundation allowed Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity (AAHH) to complete health and safety home repairs on the homes of 44 low-income older adult households during the grant period.

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Doors Wide Open

In 2021, Rathbun House welcomed 951 individuals whose loved ones were experiencing a medical crisis at an Asheville area hospital.

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2021 IMPACT Grant Recipients

Now in its third year of regional grant funding, 90 local non-profits from across Western North Carolina are WNC Bridge Foundation’s 2021 IMPACT Grant recipients, with awards totaling $3,900,000.

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Office Perks

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.

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We Have Moved

As of October 1, 2021, you can now visit WNC Bridge Foundation at our permanent office located at 294 Overlook Rd, Asheville.

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Help After the Storm

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.

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Unlocking Potential

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

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