Grab N’ Go: Hispanic Literacy ProjectBy Kavya Sriram April 2022
Old Home Place RecordingsBy Aaron Stone April 2022
Women Imprint: Portrait Series PodcastBy Kaitlyn L. Allen October 2021
Reconnecting ReentryBy Amanda Cary June 2021
Let STEM Be Your GuideBy Dale Rush March 2020
Ending Diaper NeedBy Meagan Leimena December 2019
MotherWise Postpartum Mental Health TextsBy Jennifer Schermerhorn December 2019
SeekHealingBy Megan Piscitelle September 2019
Colorful Pages CoalitionBy Bianca Gragg August 2019
Playground StageBy Leslie Putnam July 2019
The Prison Songwriting ProjectBy Amalia Grannis April 2019
Affrilachia & AppalachA'villle Together at YMIBy Carol Boggess March 2019
Asheville Mini Maker FaireBy Steve Altemeier February 2019
BlkGirlAffirming (Yoga as Embodied Social Change)By Jazmin Rogers August 2018
Ukulele ChorusBy Susan Carrara June 2018
The AMC's SHOW TRUCKBy Aaron Snook April 2018
Booth Fairy Project (Sh#%ty Advice $1.00 booth)By Elle Erickson April 2018
Circus Arts for Personal Enrichment (CAPE)By Hazel Willis March 2018
Earthy Summer Camps for Underserved YouthBy Lena Christine Ruark-Eastes March 2018
Awesome AshevilleFM on Wheels!By Friends of Community Radio, Inc. December 2017
HexBy Removed on request November 2017
AC Reynolds Clothing ClosetBy Tammy Young September 2017
Story Art ProjectBy Jim Stilwell July 2017
Community Creativity & Celebration at LedgewoodBy Alina Ever & Melody Henry July 2017
Appalachian Medical SolidarityBy Dave Pike May 2017
Cancer Transitions:Moving Beyond TreatmentBy Catherine Desfosses May 2017
Reach for the SunBy Erin Manuel March 2017
The 90-Second Newbery Film FestivalBy James Kennedy March 2017
The Fish TankBy Doriyan Johnson December 2016
Water Catchment System at VEG!By Jonathan Williams October 2016
Chefs @ DowntownWelcome Table Creative PartnershipBy Laura Kirby September 2016
Rights Of Passage Adventure WeekendBy Jordan Foltz September 2016
Forensics in the classroomBy Renata Crawley June 2016
Free Range AshevilleBy Jeff Arnal May 2016
Welcome Home ProjectBy Jenny Simmons March 2016
Signs of AcceptanceBy Steve Shell January 2016
It has been a wonderful six years of working with our community and providing grants to amazing people and groups who make our society better in so many different ways.
Thank you to all of the wonderful trustees who have dedicated their time and money to fund these projects.
Thank you to all of the grant recipients who have used our funding to spread love in so many different ways.
Thank you to those who didn't receive grants and still went on to enliven and better our community.
At this time the Asheville Chapter is no longer accepting grant applications. If there is a new group of people who are able to manage and fund this chapter, it may start up again. But at this time we are no longer operating.