The Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation is seeking applications for its grant program to improve the quality of life for the economically poor, especially women, children, and elderly, by supporting effective education, health care and social service organizations that have systemic impact and empower those without a voice.
Donor Name: Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation
State: North Carolina and South Carolina
County: All Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
The Foundation makes grants on behalf of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas to support the work of selected non-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt healthcare, educational and social service organizations.
- Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation is a ministry of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas operating exclusively for their Community and extending their outreach through community based philanthropy.
- The goal of the grant program is to give those experiencing poverty access to services and opportunities that foster self-sufficiency and self-determination, and transform the quality of their lives in a sustainable way.
- The Foundation provides grants to tax-exempt health care, educational and social service organizations which meet its criteria and effectively assist women, children, those who are elderly and those who are poor to improve the quality of their lives.
- The Foundation values working with organizations whose efforts are collaborative, ecumenical, multicultural and evidence-based. Its grantmaking focus is on organizations that serve the unserved or underserved.
Tax-exempt health care, education, and social service organizations or units of local government in North and South Carolina, which meet the Foundation’s criteria, as listed in Foundation Focus, are eligible to apply to the Foundation for a grant.
For more information, visit SOMNC.