Awarded Grants

  • The Winston-Salem Foundation awards IFB Solutions with an Adaptation Grant

    The Winston-Salem Foundation awarded IFB Solutions with an Adaptation Grant for $5,000 in April 2020. This specific grant covers expenses related to technology, equipment, cleaning products and sanitizers that IFB Solutions needed to purchase so our employees could work remotely or feel safer working at IFB Solution due to COVID-19. Learn more about The Winston-Salem …

    04/09/20
  • Clemmons Community Foundation awards IFB Solutions with grant for Focus on Literacy Program

    The Clemmons Community Foundation awarded IFB Solutions with a $5,000 grant in April 2020 for the Focus on Literacy Program. This grant will help IFB Solutions serve K-12 students who have unique low vision needs from the Clemmons and Lewisville, NC communities. Learn more about the Clemmons Community Foundation here. We are grateful for their …

    04/09/20
  • High Point Community Foundation awards IFB Solutions with grant for Focus on Literacy

    The High Point Community Foundation awarded IFB Solutions with a $6,785 grant in November 2019 for Focus on Literacy through the Mobile Vision Center Program. These funds will help IFB Solutions serve K-12 students who have unique low vision needs in the High Point area. Learn more about the High Point Community Foundation here. We …

    04/09/20
  • First Bank Awards IFB Solutions with a $5,000 grant to Assist with Training

    These funds will go toward training 5 people who are blind or visually impaired, plus covering the cost of a trainer who is blind. Workforce Development Through Training and Education is a year-round program designed for people who are blind or visually impaired. It allows them to get the job skills and tools to perform …

    01/28/20
  • The Dollar General Literacy Foundation Award for Focus on Literacy Program

    September 5th, 2019 IFB Solutions was awarded a $4,000 grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. This grant will be used for the Focus on Literacy Program. With this grant, IFB Solutions will be able to purchase two Braille Displays. These displays will help up to 100 program participants who are blind or visually impaired …

    09/09/19
  • The Glass Foundation Award for the SEE Adventure Camp 2019

    April 30th, 2019 IFB Solutions was awarded $10,000 in April from The Glass Foundation. This grant will be used for our 2019 SEE Adventure Camp.   We thank The Glass Foundation for this grant.

    05/06/19
  • IFB Solutions Awarded Grant for Focus on Literacy Programs in Henderson County

    April 12th, 2019 IFB Solutions was awarded $15,000 in April from the Community Foundation of Henderson County. The grant will be used for the Focus on Literacy Program through ensuring greater access to independent learning outside of the classroom, specifically covering the cost of eye exams and specialty equipment.   We thank the Community Foundation …

    05/06/19
  • IFB Solutions Awarded Grant for Focus on Literacy Programs in Davie County

    April 16th, 2019 IFB Solutions was awarded $5,000 in April from the Davie Community Foundation. The grant will be used for the Focus on Literacy Program in Davie County, North Carolina.   We thank the Davie Community Foundation for this grant.

    05/06/19
  • The Cannon Foundation Awards Grant for Transportation

    April 10th, 2019 The Cannon Foundation, Inc. awarded a grant of $40,000 to IFB Solutions. This grant will go towards transportation busses in the Winston-Salem area.   We thank The Cannon Foundation, Inc. for this grant.

    05/03/19
  • IFB Solutions Awarded Nearly $10,000 in Grants for Program that Provides Free Assistive Technology to Children Who are Blind

    Contact Nicole Ducouer, IFB Solutions Senior Director of Corporate Communications and Programs 336-685-2393 | nducouer@ifbsolutions.org   IFB SOLUTIONS AWARDED NEARLY $10,000 IN GRANTS FOR PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES FREE ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY TO CHILDREN WHO ARE BLIND WINSTON-SALEM, NC (Feb. 21, 2019) – During the school day, children who are blind or visually impaired have access to …

    02/25/19