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Strategic Leadership Grant (SLG)

Grant to a North Carolina Nonprofit to Improve
Student Support Services in the High Point Area

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Foundation / Corporation

Funding Source:

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High Point Community Foundation (HPCF)

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Grant to a North Carolina nonprofit organization to improve student support services that will improve students' educational futures in the greater High Point area. Funding is intended to support program materials, staff, student supports, and other operational costs.

The Strategic Leadership Grant (SLG) will provide up to $100,000 allocated in a timeframe of one to-three years to help make a significant and sustainable impact. This year, it will invest in student support services aligned with the work of Say Yes Guilford. More information on Say Yes to Education Guilford:

In 2018-2019, the call is for grant proposals that focus on improving student support services through innovative partnerships and/or effective program interventions.

The goal of the Strategic Leadership Grant is to focus the resources of the Community Foundation on a creative catalyst project that can move the needle on one of High Point’s most challenging issues. Through this multi-year grant, funding is intended to support a local organization that is being innovative, building coalitions, and creating the capacity of long-term change in the city.

This year’s focus is on improving outcomes in schools. Priority is given to projects that bring together multiple stakeholders to support schools, so the young people in this community have a chance to thrive.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 183959

Estimated Size of Grant:

The Strategic Leadership Grant (SLG) will provide up to $100,000.

Term of Contract:

The grant timeframe is one to three years.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

The Foundation only considers requests from public charities.
- Non-profit (501c3)
- Church (501c3 or other)
- Municipality
- School

The High Point Community Foundation does not make grants for the following: general operating support, costs already incurred, endowments, loans or mortgages, sectarian purposes, political purposes, or to individuals. State-wide or national programs will not be considered unless funding is sought for a portion of the program that directly benefits the greater High Point area.

Agencies that have been previously funded for 2 years in a row through the HPCF Community Impact Grant cycle are eligible to apply for the SLG this year.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Click here to create an account and begin the online application process:

Karol Murks, Director of Accounting and Grants

The High Point Community Foundation
PO Box 5166
High Point, North Carolina 27262
501 North Main Street Suite 2A
High Point, North Carolina 27260

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Geographic Focus:

USA: North Carolina: Greater High Point area