Building Our Community.

The Twin County Community Foundation awards grants to eligible 501(c)3 organizations and local government entities to promote the health, education, and welfare of the citizens of Carroll County, Grayson County, and the City of Galax.

Meet Our Past RecipientsHow to Apply

A Little About Us…

The Twin County Community Foundation was established when the Twin County Regional Hospital organization sold 80% of its interest to Duke LifePoint. Per the stipulations of the sale, proceeds are now available for community grants to support health, education and welfare initiatives throughout the Twin Counties.

Our first grants were awarded in November of 2017 to twelve 501(c)3 organizations & local government entities.

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Organizations Pictured: Carroll Wellness Center (1st picture), Book People of FUMC (2nd & 3rd pictures), and Galax Backpack Buddies (4th and 5th pictures)

This Is Our Community,
Meet Our Grant Recipients

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Important Dates & Events

  • Grant Training Session in June at the Twin County Room in the Twin County Regional Hospital
  • Grant applications due by August 1st
  • Grants awarded November 1st
  • Board Meetings in the Twin County Room at the Hospital
    • June 28, 2018 at 8am
    • August 23, 2018 at 8am
    • October 25, 2018 at 8am

About Our Grants

Who is eligible?

Qualified 501 (c) (3) organizations or government entities serving Carroll County, Grayson County, and the City of Galax that support, promote and/or further the Foundation’s mission.

How to apply?

The Grant Guidelines have very specific information concerning eligibility, how and when to apply, and information concerning eligible projects for funding.

When are grant applications due?

The Grant Deadline is August 1 of each year.

When are grants awarded?

Grants are awarded on November 1 of each year.

Is there assistance with grant writing?

Grant Writing Workshops are conducted each year.

Watch the Events page to find out when our next one is coming up.

Additional assistance may be obtained by contacting the foundation at 276-601-8011.

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