The Moore County Community Foundation, established in 1996, awarded $92,600 in local grants from its community grantmaking fund in August.
"These grants are important to our community and our quality of life,” said J. Hugh Bingham, board president.
“Critical programs would not be possible without the generosity of many individuals and organizations that have supported Moore County’s community fund.”
There were over 30 nonprofit recipients this year, ranging from the Arts Council of Moore County to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC to the Moore County Historical Association.
Read more about the Moore County Community Foundation, its community grantmaking fund, and how to donate on the NCCF website.
Small Town, Big Dreams
David Lambert grew up enjoying the pleasures of small-town living in Robbins – Moore County’s northernmost community. Today, rambling along the Bear Creek Trails is one of his favorite and most accessible things to do.
But Lambert is doing more than just enjoying the town’s scenic natural resources with his wife Desiree and two children Lia...
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Moore County and its communities understand the value of high quality education and how it directly impacts the local economy and long-term vitality of the area. In addition to quality K-12 schools, Moore County residents are very fortunate to have access to the exceptional post-secondary educational opportunities offered by Sandhills Community College and the University of North Carolina...
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