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WNC Bridge Foundation Receives $760,000 USDA Grant
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.
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.
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.
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.
Zoe is a toddler who loves to play. Born with spina bifida, which occurs when the spine and spinal cord do not form properly; it is hard for Zoe to move around freely. Thanks to a referral from her physical therapist, WNC Bridge Foundation purchased a ZipZac® for this fun-loving girl.