January 7, 2022 Nantahala Health Foundation is pleased to announce it will invest more than $470,000 in 13 regional nonprofit organizations through its Collaborative Health
Nantahala Health Foundation Executive Director Lori Bailey (front, right) presents Amber Coffey, owner of Coffey Customs, with $2,400 in grant funds made available through the
December 20, 2021 The Christmas season is a wonderful time to reflect on the many gifts we enjoy. At Nantahala Health Foundation, we have many
UPDATE: May 12, 2022 A seventh local agency has been awarded Healthy Homes Initiative funding to offer home repair and modification services in Graham County.
Duke Energy District Manager Lisa Leatherman (left) presents Nantahala Health Foundation Executive Director Lori Bailey (right) with $25,000 for distribution to small businesses in Andrews
Highlands Cashiers Health Foundation, Nantahala Health Foundation and Dogwood Health Trust are pleased to announce a new collaborative initiative to address the need for home repairs in Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Jackson, Macon, and Swain counties and the Qualla Boundary.
Release Date: June 8, 2021 Nantahala Health Foundation announced today its intent to invest more than $204,000 in Western North Carolina nonprofits and public service
Nantahala Health Foundation has announced its first 2021 call for grant proposals specifically directed at regional nonprofits and governmental agencies.