The following list of nonprofit organizations represent the partner grantees of the Foundation in conjunction with our focus areas; fundholders are not limited to granting to these organizations.
View a list of Sustainable Communities nonprofit partners since 2013.
- Alliance for Climate Education
- Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association
- Eno River Association
- Extra Terrestrial Projects
- Haw River Assembly
- Integrative Strategies Forum*
- New Hope Audubon Society
- North Carolina Botanical Garden / UNC American Indian Center
- North Carolina Business Council
- North Carolina Justice Center
- Piedmont Conservation Council
- The Eco-Institute at Pickard's Mountain
- Toxic Free NC
- Trees Durham
- Triangle Bikeworks
- Triangle Land Conservancy
- Urban Community Agrinomics
- WakeUP Wake County
* Permanent funding from a designated fund at TCF
- Chapel Hill Carrboro Meals on Wheels
- Chatham Outreach Alliance
- Community Success Initiative/ Communities In Partnership
- Durham Community Land Trustees
- El Futuro
- Families Moving Forward
- The Hope Center at Pullen, Inc.
- Inter-Faith Council for Social Service
- The LGBTQ Center of Durham, Inc.
- The Marian Cheek Jackson Center
- PLM Families Together, Inc.
- Rebuilding Together of the Triangle
- Refugee Community Partnership
- Western Wake Crisis Ministry
Featured Story: Banding Together for the Trees
“I believe that you just cannot do work on environmental issues at the local level without the community [being] involved,” says Elaine Chiosso, Executive Director of the Haw River Assembly (HRA). Her organization has spent six years advocating for better environmental protections to be required in Chatham Park, a 7000+ acre planned development community that will be partially situated along the Haw River in Chatham County.
Supporting Families Ineligible for Federal Aid During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has illuminated and deepened inequities that already existed in our community. Federal and state laws disqualified undocumented residents, agricultural workers, and others in our community from receiving this spring's stimulus checks, continued unemployment benefits, and additional resources. In April, Triangle Community Foundation granted $25,000 from our Fund for the Triangle to five local nonprofits focused specifically on direct aid for these families, and our donors rallied, raising an additional $109,000 that was mobilized for this cause.