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Wake County ABC is committed to being a positive part of our community.

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The 2022-2023 Grant Application submission window is now closed. Thank you to all who applied.

The Wake County Board of Alcohol Beverage Control is honored to provide financial assistance to non-profit agencies serving the citizens of Wake County. Every year, we award $5 million dollars in grant money to various non-profit organizations.

Funds must be used on programs and services for the research, education, and/or treatment of alcohol and substance abuse. Criteria for such grants must adhere to North Carolina General Statutes and Wake County ABC policies.

Wake ABC 2022-2023 Grant Recipients

A full list of grant recipients is available by contacting the General Manager at 919.832.2726.

SouthLight Healthcare is a most recent recipient of grant money towards research, education, and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse. The good folks at SouthLight Healthcare do excellent work engaging, educating and empowering those living with substance abuse challenges.

Raleigh Rescue Mission is the one of the latest recipients of Wake ABC grant money. Raleigh Rescue Mission is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to serving those experiencing homelessness in our community.

Wake County ABC takes our future seriously by investing in our children and partnering to educate them early about alcohol and substance use. One of the most recent recipients of our grant money is the Boys & Girls Clubs serving Wake County. They do great work with seven facilities around the County.