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WilmingtonBiz Talk About New Hanover Community Endowment

By Staff Reports, posted Dec 19, 2023
William Buster, president and CEO of the New Hanover Community Endowment, sat down with Greater Wilmington Business Journal Editor Vicky Janowski to speak on this year's grant cycle.
The Wilmington BizTalk on Tuesday focused on the New Hanover Community Endowment, which this week announced plans to fund $53 million in grants, with a heavy focus on a health care workforce initiative.
 
William Buster, president and CEO, talks about the grants, focus and future approach to grantmaking.

The endowment plans to give more than $53 million over the next three years to the health care collaboration and other organizations, officials announced Monday. The bulk of that funding will be for renewing “strategic grants” but also includes $1.4 million in nonrenewing “responsive grants,” according to a news release. Over 200 applications were submitted for grants totaling about $336 million in requests, endowment officials said.
 
View the full BizTalk conversation below.


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