Joseph M. Bryan Human Services Grant
The Joseph M. Bryan Human Services Grants are awarded to human service programs in the form of stabilization grants. These funds can be extended to a program that has been operating and demonstrating success in the community for a limited number of years and is in need of strengthening the service offered.
The Joseph M. Bryan Foundation established the grant program in 1996 to recognize Bryan's lifelong commitment to the welfare of the Greensboro community. The purpose of the program is to provide significant funding - maximum of $30,000 - for a limited number of high-impact projects that meet the needs of Greater Greensboro citizens.
2014 Bryan Grant Funding Cycle
April 26, 2013
August 30, 2013 by Noon