Latest from ZSR

ZSR Awards $650,000 to Organizations Working to Address Immediate Impacts of COVID-19 in Four Areas

June 18, 2020 -

Direct assistance; workers’ rights, safety, and conditions; fair, safe, and accessible elections; innovative, equitable education.

ZSR Issues Statement and Provides $200,000 to Support Organizations Working in the Areas of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Accountability, Equity and Transparency

June 11, 2020 -

In response to recent events related to law enforcement, ZSR has issued a statement and awards funding to organizations.

ZSR Makes Modifications to State-Level Systemic Change Fall 2020 Grant Cycle

May 27, 2020 -

ZSR is notifying applicants of some changes to our SLSC Strategy Fall 2020 grant cycle.

Update from Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation & COVID-19

April 22, 2020 -

Executive Director Maurice "Mo" Green provides an update on steps ZSR has taken to date to address COVID-19.

ZSR Celebrates 30 Years of Awarding Sabbaticals to NC Nonprofit Leaders

April 1, 2020 -

ZSR announces the recipients of its 2020 Sabbatical Program. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the program.

ZSR Provides $50,000 for Organization’s Efforts Related To “Silent Sam”

April 1, 2020 -

ZSR has provided grants to two organizations for their efforts related to the Confederate monument, Silent Sam.

Grantee Reflections from Collaborative Problem-Solving Convening

April 1, 2020 -

ZSR held a convening to bring together the five grantees of the its Collaborative Problem-Solving approach.

Update from ZSR and COVID-19

March 18, 2020 -

Executive Director Maurice "Mo" Green provides an update on the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and COVID-19.

VIDEO: The Black Light Project (ZSR's Inclusive Public Art Initiative)

March 18, 2020 -

Check out UNC-TV's video on The Black Light Project in Rocky Mount, one of 10 ZSR Inclusive Public Art sites.

VIDEO: El Futuro's Community Mural (ZSR's Inclusive Public Art Initiative)

February 19, 2020 -

Check out UNC-TV's video on El Futuro's Community Mural in Durham, one of 10 ZSR Inclusive Public Art sites.

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