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ZSR announces the recipients of its 2020 Sabbatical Program. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the program.
ZSR has provided grants to two organizations for their efforts related to the Confederate monument, Silent Sam.
ZSR held a convening to bring together the five grantees of the its Collaborative Problem-Solving approach.
Executive Director Maurice "Mo" Green provides an update on the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and COVID-19.
Check out UNC-TV's video on The Black Light Project in Rocky Mount, one of 10 ZSR Inclusive Public Art sites.
Check out UNC-TV's video on El Futuro's Community Mural in Durham, one of 10 ZSR Inclusive Public Art sites.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation has announced the recipients of its Fall 2019 State-Level Systemic Change grant awards.
Center For Design Innovation at UNCSA and WSSU on Triad Today to talk about Inclusive Public Art project, "Present Absence."
ZSR funds to go toward Piedmont Land Conservancy’s acquisition of a permanent conservation easement at Crossnore.
ZSR is seeking a Grants Administrator to support the strategies set forward in its grantmaking framework.
An online digital report that shares where we are first full year of implementing our All For NC Framework.
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