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  • Search Begins for New Program Director

    The Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation seeks a highly collaborative, discerning, mission-driven and experienced grantmaker committed to taking on entrenched challenges and structural inequalities for its next Program Director. With its mission of helping people and places move out of poverty and achieve greater social and economic justice, the Foundation is often described as a pioneer...

  • Babcock Foundation Welcomes New Associate Network Officer

    The board and staff of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation are pleased to introduce our new associate network officer, Reggie Weaver.
    Weaver comes to us from Common Cause, where he served as an organizer in North Carolina’s Triad region. His work focused on expanding the electorate in black and brown communities through get-out-the-vote campaigns, election protection and...
  • Change and Opportunity

    From our board leadership to our staff structure, this year brings significant changes to the Foundation, though many important things will remain the same, including our mission, values, and commitment to racial equity and to the people and organizations that make the South better each day....

  • Welcome our new board members

    The board and staff of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation are excited to begin 2019 with two new directors.

    Stephanie Tyree is...

    Stephanie Tyree, Holt Mountcastle
  • Congratulations to our New and Returning Grantee Partners

    Congratulations to our new and returning grantee partners who received funding in October 2018:

    AEO Democratizing Rural Electric Cooperatives Working Group Alliance for Appalachia Appalachian Voices, Inc. Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta Athens Land Trust, Inc. Black Belt Community Foundation Center for Rural Strategies CommunityWorks Deep Center, Inc...