CASA (Community Alternatives for Supportive Abodes)
Community Alternatives for Supportive Abodes (CASA) was established in 1992 to provide stable, affordable housing in North Carolina’s Triangle area for a particularly at-risk low-income population, those with disabilities.
Habitat for Humanity of Wake County
Crime in the Long Acres neighborhood was bad, and getting worse by the day. Drug dealers walked the streets, abandoned houses abounded, and decay was setting in.
The Boy Scouts of America Occoneechee Council awarded four scholarships totaling $80,000 RALEIGH, N.C. – The Boy Scouts of America Occoneechee Council and John William Pope Foundation have announced the 2017 Pope Eagle Scout Scholars. The annual program recognizes four scouts who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and personal achievement in their academic and scouting lives. … Continued
Courtyard of the Cherokee Project will combine local artisans and cultural elements for an outdoor experience RALEIGH, N.C. – The John William Pope Foundation awarded the 2017 Joy W. Pope Memorial Grant in the Arts to Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center in Graham County. The Stecoah Center received a $100,000 grant for its Courtyard of the Cherokee … Continued
Today, the John William Pope Foundation announced the winner of the 2017 Joy W. Pope Memorial Grant in Human Services. Wesley Shelter in Wilson, N.C. received a $100,000 grant for capital improvements to their shelter housing facility. The change will allow Wesley Shelter to accommodate additional clients and will relocate existing office space to enhance space efficiency.
Katherine Restrepo: Bringing a Fresh Perspective to Health Care Policy
At the Locke Foundation, Restrepo breaks down the complexities of health care so that lawmakers, policy shapers, and interested readers are better informed about the state and federal policies that affect us all.See More Achiever Spotlights