Triangle North Healthcare Foundation has partnered with Granville Vance Public Health to provide affordable cardiac rehabilitation services to the community through a gift from the Frances Powers Trust.
The Frances Powers Cardiac Rehab Program will enable heart patients, who have no insurance or cannot afford the co-payments, to participate in the 12-week cardiac rehabilitation program at Maria Parham Medical Center in Henderson.
The $250,000 gift from the Frances Powers Trust, was originally
Triangle North Healthcare Foundation has commemorated its fourth round of grantmaking by awarding over $200,000 in grants to local nonprofit and governmental organizations.
“Our primary mission is about health,” said Val Short, executive director for the regional foundation based in Henderson. “All of the grant projects have a community health focus in some way,” she added. “Our hope is that these grant awards will result in improved health and healthier lifestyles for children and adults
The Board of Directors of Triangle North Healthcare Foundation is pleased to announce the 2016 Grant Cycle was launched May 2.
Nonprofit and governmental organizations as well as public schools in Vance, Granville, Warren, and Franklin counties are eligible to apply for grants with Triangle North Healthcare Foundation. The Foundation is seeking projects that will have a positive impact on improving health in the region.
The Foundation uses an online application system for grants, which is easily
Regional grantmaker Triangle North Heatlhcare Foundation has awarded grants for ten projects that will impact the health and wellness of individuals in Vance, Warren, Granville, and Franklin counties.
Over $200,000 in grants was approved by the Foundation Board recently which will be used for a variety of projects that fall into the Foundation’s five funding priorities:
Chronic Disease Prevention
Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Nutrition and Physical Fitness
Letters of Interest are currently being accepted by Triangle North Healthcare Foundation for a second round of grantmaking, according to Executive Director Val Short.
“Nonprofit and governmental organizations and schools that have programs and projects that will impact and improve health in our communities are encouraged to submit Letters of Interest by March 3,” announced Short. The Foundation’s Board of Directors will review the Letters of Interest and select those that represent the funding
Staff, directors, and volunteers of nonprofit organizations in Vance, Warren, Granville, and Franklin counties are invited to participate in a Grant Writing Workshop, sponsored by Triangle North Healthcare Foundation Thursday, February 13 from 2 to 4 p.m.
The workshop will be held at the Foundation’s office on 726 South Garnett Street in Henderson. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Call 252-430-8643 to register. There is no charge for the workshop.
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Joretha G. Johnson has been elected chairman of Triangle North Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors at its meeting in December.
Johnson is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and a former plant manager at Proctor & Gamble/IAMS in Henderson. She is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in polymer engineering and science as well as a Master of Science degree in positive organizational development. She also received an executive certificate in
The North Central N.C. Boys & Girls Clubs was designated as the beneficiary of Triangle North Healthcare Foundation’s second annual Golf Tournament, held last month at Henderson Country Club.
Based in Henderson and currently led by Acting Director April Scott, the Boys & Girls Clubs received $8,000 from the Foundation’s Chairman Eddie Ferguson and Executive Director Val Short during a presentation on Tuesday. “We had tremendous support of the local businesses and golfers for this
In historic action taken at its board meeting on Friday, August 23, Triangle North Heatlhcare Foundation launched its position as a regional grantmaker and approved funding for ten projects that will impact the health and wellness of individuals in Vance, Warren, Granville, and Franklin counties.
Over $175,000 in grants were approved by the Foundation Board for a variety of projects that will meet the funding priorities that were set earlier this year. Those priorities are:
Triangle North Healthcare Foundation’s second annual Golf Tournament will be held Tuesday, September 17 at Henderson Country Club, beginning at 12 noon. Maria Parham Medical Center is the title sponsor for the event, which will benefit The Boys and Girls Club of Central North Carolina Healthy Lifestyle program.
Foundation Executive Director Val Short hopes the tournament will be even more successful than last year. “We are continuing the same tournament traditions that Maria Parham has provided