SECU Comprehensive Cancer Center 

This is an exciting new project that is in the beginning stages.  The CarolinaEast Foundation is honored to be a part of the efforts to make this dream a reality for this community. For more information, please visit SECU Comprehensive Cancer Center.


 


Nonprofit Partners


We are honored to support the following organizations and programs in the second grant cycle fiscal year 2017 totaling $134,700.00:


Backpack Blessings, Inc.- Summer feeding and high school nutrition programs for children with food insecurity at home

Camp Sea Gull / Seafarer - Camp weekend for families livin g with & surviving c ancer

Carteret Co. Domestic Violence Program - Provide nutritional foods and medical assistance to victims of domestic violence

Catholic Charities - Senior Pharmacy Program for low-income seniors, ages 60 and older 

Coastal Women's Shelter - Programs to address the needs of children and mothers experiencing domestic violence.

Community Coalition-Craven Co Children - Provide education and prevention information to reduce substance abuse in our community

Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC - Nutritional meals and health education for children in need

Hope Clinic - Medical care and substance abuse treatment to uninsured adults

Mile of Hope Foundation - Event filled weekend escape for children and their families facing cancer

NC Dental Health Fund - Craven County - Free two-day dental program serving the dental needs of the uninsured and underinsured

New Bern Parks & Recreations - Update exercise equipment as the Stanley White Recreation Center to increase wellness

SECU Comprehensive Cancer Center - Community Health Garden at CarolinaEast to encourage healthier eating and activity

SECU Family House at UNC Hospital - Provide affordable housing for patient and caregivers who travel to UNC Hospitals *
                                                      * patients assisted are from our five county service area.







We are honored to support the following organizations and programs in the first grant cycle fiscal year 2017 totaling $89,500.00:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Coastal Carolina - Program that increases physical activity in youth and helps them make smart food choices

Craven Literacy Council - Integration of health literacy instruction into existing basic skills lessons

Crystal Coast Autism Center -  Therapeutic classes for children with autism and other developmental disabilities

Eastern Pregnancy Information Clinic - Equip Education Program to train young parents to make healthy lifestyle choices

MERCI Clinic - Equipment and medications for orthopedic care and a diabetes program

Promise Place - Trauma-focused therapy and childhood sexual assault prevention education

Religious Community Services (RCS) - Medical-related expense assistance program

Reviving Lives Ministries of New Bern - Faith-based 12 step residential recovery program for substance abuse

True Justice International - Therapeutic program for women who have escaped trafficking

Twin Rivers YMCA - 3rd and 4th Grad Water Safety Program and spring swim lessons






We are honored to support the following organizations and progams in the second grant cycle fiscal year of 2016 totaling $107,764.50.

Backpack Blessings, Inc.- Provide nutritious food for at-risk high school students

Camp Sea Gull / Seafarer - Camp weekend for families living with & surviving cancer

Carteret Co. Domestic Violence Program - Provide nutritional foods and medical assistance to victims of domestic violence

Coastal Women's Shelter - Provide housing assistance for victims of domestic violence

Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC - Kids Meals and more: mentoring and hot meals for students in need

Hope Clinic - Medical and dental care of indigent adults in Pamlico Co.

Mile of Hope Foundation - Event filled weekend escape for children and their families facing cancer

Pretty in Pink Foundation - Financial assistance & support for uninsured/underinsured breast cancer patients

Radio Reading Service of Eastern NC - Provide audible local news and information to persons with visual impairments

Religious Community Services (RCS) - Medical-related expense assistance program

Vanceboro Rotary Club - Outdoor learning environment for excepetional children

 


We are honored to support the following organizations and programs first grant cycle fiscal year 2016 totaling $103,214.00.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Coastal Carolina - Program that increase physical activity in youth and helps them make smart food choices

Catholic Charities - Senior  pharmacy for low-income seniors, ages 60 and older

Communities In Schools of NC - Pamlico Co. - Substance abuse and violence prevention program for upper elementary schools students

Craven Co. Health Department Foundation - Program to reduce asthma patients exposure to common triggers

Craven Co. Senior Services - Program that provides temporary relief to caregivers who are caring for loved ones

Craven Literacy Council - Integration of health literacy instruction into existing basic skills lessons

Crystal Coast Autism Center - Therapeutic classes for children with autism and other developmental disabilities

Eastern Pregnancy Information Clinic - Equip education program to train young parents to become independent

MERCI Clinic - Pneumovax vaccine for COPD patients. Scanning equipment for electronic medical records

Monarch - Residential assistive technology in eight group homes to enhance independent living

Promise Place - Trauma-focused therapy and childhood sexual assault prevention education

Reviving Lives Ministries of New Bern - Faith-based 12 step residential recovery program for substance abuse

STAFF House - Essential life skills training for young women ages 18-29 and their children

Twin Rivers YMCA - 3rd and 4th grade water safety program and spring swim lessons



 


Grant Application Process

The CarolinaEast Foundation has two grant cycles per year. A new Foundation policy states that each non-profit organization can make one request per year. The deadlines for grant requests for the 2018 fiscal year are December 8, 2017 (Payout would be February 2018) and July 20, 2018 (Payout would be August 2018). Grant applications are due in the Foundation office no later than 5pm. Applicants should submit ten copies plus an original (for a total of 11). Please call the Foundation office at (252) 633-8247 if you have any questions about grant requests or applications.

Please click the link below to download the allocation policies, grant procedures, and application in either a PDF file or Word document.

Note: The Foundation does not fund salaries, events, indirect or promotional expenses.