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Spruce Pine, NC – AMY Wellness Foundation (AMYWF) is pleased to announce the grand opening of the Ellis Lofts apartments, a new workforce housing complex in downtown Spruce Pine. The
For Rent: Exceptional Retail Space in Newly Renovated Historic Building, 208 Oak Ave, Spruce Pine, NC.
Unleash your creativity and bring your business dreams to life in a magnificent newly renovated historic building in the heart of Downtown Spruce Pine! We are excited to present an
AMY Wellness Foundation (AMYWF) has joined forces with WAMY Community Action’s Housing Coalition for the second consecutive year to address critical home repairs for low-income families, elderly individuals, and disabled
It is no secret one of the biggest concerns in Western North Carolina is housing. Whether it be lack of housing stock, a lack of affordable housing solutions, homelessness, or
AMY WELLNESS FOUNDATION CONTINUES TO COLLABORATE WITH DOGWOOD HEALTH TRUST ON URGENT HOME REPAIRS IN AMY REGION.
For the second year, AMY Wellness Foundation (AMYWF) received a $300,000 grant from Dogwood Health Trust (DHT) to address critical home repairs for low-income families, elderly, or disabled residents in
AMY WELLNESS FOUNDATION HOSTING SECOND REGIONAL CONVENING MEETING – SEEKING INPUT FROM COMMUNITY ON FUNDING PRIORITIES
AMY Wellness Foundation (AMYWF) is seeking input from health advocates, nonprofit leaders, and those with lived experience to attend a strategic Regional Convening Meeting to help prioritize AMYWF’s funding priorities
AMY WELLNESS FOUNDATION AND MISSION HEALTH COLLABORATE TO FIND A NEW HOME FOR MITCHELL COUNTY SAFEPLACE
Funding from Dogwood Health Trust will go towards renovations of the former Blue Ridge Regional Hospital building in Mitchell County When people think of the AMY region they picture the
AMY WELLNESS FOUNDATION PARTNERS WITH DOGWOOD HEALTH TRUST TO BRING $300,000 TO AMY REGION FOR CRITICAL HOME REPAIR INITIATIVE
Since AMY Wellness Foundation’s (AMYWF) inception, safe, affordable, and adequate housing has remained a top priority. One of the first grants AMYWF supported was to develop a housing coalition in
In early June, a group of five local advocates for Hispanic families gathered to receive training on how to deliver a program called Abriendo Puertas to parents in the community.
Philanthropy at Work: Partners Aligned Toward Health’s Community Ambassador Real Equality (CARE) was featured in this month’s North Carolina Medical Journal. CARE is a partnership between local community ambassadors, Partners
Through grant funding from AMY Wellness Foundation (AMYWF) four non-profits, Reconciliation House, Partners Aligned Toward Health, TRACTOR Food and Farms, and Dig In Community Garden, are working together to achieve