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It takes a coalition of the willing and the committed. We are grateful for the generous support of our current and past supporters. We continue to grow this list along our journey to showcase to the world how Substantial we are.

North Carolina Community Foundation
NC Community Foundation
NC IDEA Foundation
NC IDEA Foundation
NC Education Lottery
NC Education Lottery
Walk West
Walk West
The Diversity Movement
The Diversity Movement
Capitol Broadcasting Company
Capitol Broadcasting Company
5 Prime Media Group
5 Prime Media Group
NC Civil
NC Civil
MWBE
MWBE Greenville NC
City of Greenville NC
City of Greenville NC
East Carolina University
East Carolina University
Pitt Community College
Pitt Community College
Ear Fluence
Ear Fluence
Vidant Health
Vidant Health
Creative Allies
Creative Allies
Taylor Made Publishing
Taylor Made Publishing
U Good, Bro, Inc.
U Good, Bro, Inc.
The Sport Shop
The Sport Shop
Dell
Dell
Villa Verde
Villa Verde
Community Investment Network
Community Investment Network
The Black Light Project
The Black Light Project

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NC IDEA, a private foundation committed to supporting entrepreneurial ambition and economic empowerment in North Carolina, announced today that the organization has awarded $160,000 to sixteen North Carolina startups in its fifth NC IDEA MICRO grant cycle. Substantial Magazine is one of the Grant Recipients Selected from Diverse NC IDEA MICRO Applicant Pool.

NC IDEA Awards Total of $160,000 to Sixteen NC Small Businesses

NC IDEA, a private foundation committed to supporting entrepreneurial ambition and economic empowerment in North Carolina, announced today that the organization has awarded $160,000 to sixteen North Carolina startups in its fifth NC IDEA MICRO grant cycle. Substantial Magazine is one of the Grant Recipients Selected from Diverse NC IDEA MICRO Applicant Pool.

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Substantial Media LLC secures investment and Board of Directors commitment from Donald Thompson, CEO of Walk West and co-founder of The Diversity Movement

NC IDEA, a private foundation committed to supporting entrepreneurial ambition and economic empowerment in North Carolina, announced today that the organization has awarded $160,000 to sixteen North Carolina startups in its fifth NC IDEA MICRO grant cycle. Substantial Magazine is one of the Grant Recipients Selected from Diverse NC IDEA MICRO Applicant Pool.

NC IDEA Awards Total of $160,000 to Sixteen NC Small Businesses

NC IDEA, a private foundation committed to supporting entrepreneurial ambition and economic empowerment in North Carolina, announced today that the organization has awarded $160,000 to sixteen North Carolina startups in its fifth NC IDEA MICRO grant cycle. Substantial Magazine is one of the Grant Recipients Selected from Diverse NC IDEA MICRO Applicant Pool.

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