NCGSK Foundation: Ribbon of Hope Grant
North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation
Next deadline: Apr 1, 2024
Later deadlines: Oct 1, 2024, Apr 1, 2025
Grant amount: US $50,000
Fields of work: Education Science Health & Medicine
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Project / Program
Location of project: North Carolina
Location of residency: North Carolina
The North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation is committed to embracing the entire state through our various grant programs. We seek the creative spark that makes a true difference in people's lives by supporting innovative programs promoting the sciences, health and education.
The North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation is an independent self-funding 501(c)3 nonprofit organization supporting activities that help meet the educational and health needs of today's society and future generations. For decades, the Foundation has been a proud supporter of programs in our state that help advance science, health and education.
The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors that includes community leaders and GSK corporate executives. The day to day operations are overseen by the staff.
The Foundation was the vision of Glaxo chairman and chief executive, the late Joseph J. Ruvane, Jr. Mr. Ruvane brought the company from Florida to the Research Triangle Park and with it his passion for community. His vision was to establish an annually budgeted corporate giving program and a stable, long-term source of support for our state. In 1996, the company ceased funding the foundation. The foundation's growth is based solely on investment and market growth derived from its own independent endowment.
Since our establishment in 1986, we have awarded $68.9 million in grants over 30 years! We pay approximately $3 million in grants each year to North Carolina nonprofit organizations.
Ribbon of Hope Grants
The North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation invites nonprofit organizations to apply for one-time grants of $25,000 for projects furthering science, health and education in their local communities. These grants are intended to offer organizations a one-time opportunity to develop a new initiative or to grow and expand and/or enhance an existing program. The Foundation does not fund core mission support, general operating, indirect or overhead costs, construction or renovation projects, medical assistance or services, or equipment.
Many nonprofits are providing outstanding services, but are struggling with limited resources to meet the needs of their local communities as their own budgets are squeezed. These grants are intended to offer organizations a one-time opportunity to expand and/or enhance an existing program or provide seed funds for a new initiative. In addition to the financial assistance, recipients benefit from customized consulting services and technical assistance provided by the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits.
Ribbon of Hope proposals will be considered that relate to the establishment and implementation of new projects or expansion of an existing program which:
- address critical community needs that have been identified through comprehensive needs assessment activities
- tightly align with goals and objectives of local community agencies
- demonstrate their sustainability after grant funds are expended.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- North Carolina community-based nonprofit, charitable organizations and institutions exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code are eligible to apply.
- Nonprofits with proposals pertaining to health, science and education as well as collaborative partnerships between several community-based organizations are encouraged to apply.
- Individuals may not apply.
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