UNC Chapel Hill, January 2014—
The American Indian Center at UNC Chapel Hill is pleased to announce that it has secured in excess of a quarter of a million dollars for two years of funding from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in Winston-Salem, NC to strengthen the Healthy Native North Carolinians Network (HNNC)!
The project will improve the lives of local residents by strengthening self-determined efforts of tribes and urban Indian organizations to create sustainable community changes around healthy eating and active living. Visit the Healthy Native North Carolinians website to learn more about the unique and culturally-relevant ways in which North Carolina’s tribes and urban Indian organizations are addressing health & wellness in their communities, with support of the growing HNNC Network and Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust!
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust was established in 1947 and is now one of the largest private trusts in North Carolina. Its mission is to improve the quality of life and quality of health for the financially needy of North Carolina. The Health Care Division promotes wellness state-wide by investing in prevention and treatment. The Poor and Needy Division of the Trust responds to basic life needs and invests in solutions that improve the quality of life and health for the financially needy residents of Forsyth County. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. serves as sole trustee.