Raleigh awards funds to local nonprofits providing public services to low-income Raleigh residents. The funding comes from federal dollars. Each year we select local nonprofits that serve at-risk populations.
Four non-profits received funding in FY19-20:
- Campbell University helps people get their driver's license reinstated.
- Families Together helps homeless families move from temporary housing to permanent housing.
- The Green Chair Project helps to furnish new beds for children
- Step Up Ministry guides people through the employment process, providing help every step of the way.
A non-profit can receive a maximum of two continuous years of funding from this grant program.
It is now time for local nonprofits to apply for a Community Enhancement Grant. Requests for proposals is now being accepted for the 2020-2021 year. If you have any questions, contact John Niffenegger at 919-996-6961 or email at email@example.com.