Remy Fund opens for 2013 grant applications April 1, supporting programs working with traditional companion animals such as rescue, therapy, neutering, education and service animals.
SAIL forum first in series for funders and nonprofit organizations working together to provide high quality summer learning opportunities for Birmingham’s children.
New on-line mental health directory provides resources for this important aspect of health, including Alabama and national resources.
AT&T 50th Anniversary Civil Rights Scholarships commemorate the past and provide boost for Birmingham students who seek a college education, with support from a Scholarship Fund of the Community Foundation.
With the right mix of academics and enrichment, summer programs can boost reading and math scores and help close the achievement gap for low-income children.
Creative Birmingham initiative looks for opportunities for job growth in the creative sector, building on what the arts are already doing for our community.
Seed grant to M-Power Ministries bears great fruit with $1.5 million federal grant for PATH Clinic, serving someof Birmingham’s most vulnerable people.
American Planning Association award honors great model of YWoodlawn and the work of partners, led by YWCA of Central Alabama, to transform a community.
Priority Groups meet in January to move forward with four areas within the Health Action Partnership, including livable communities, tobacco-free, healthy children and youth and healthy food choices.
A free workshop for young breast cancer survivors, families and health professionals is set for Feb. 16, 2013, at the UAB School of Nursing, in partnership with the Women’s Breast Healthy Fund of the Community Foundation.