GlaxoSmithKline handed out $400,000 in grants to 10 Triangle area nonprofits on Thursday as part of its GSK Impact Awards.

GSK worked with the Triangle Community Foundation in awarding the grants, each of which totaled $40,000.

“This program shines a light on outstanding nonprofits in our local communities that build the foundation for healthy lives,” said Jack Bailey, President, US Pharmaceuticals, GSK. “The GSK IMPACT Award winners are delivering innovative solutions to real health challenges faced by our neighbors across the Triangle region, and we are proud to support their inspiring work.”

The recipients:

  • Book Harvest: www.bookharvestnc.org @Book_Harvest
  • Charles House Association: www.charleshouse.org @CharlesHouse_NC
  • Club Nova Community, Inc.: www.clubnova.org @ClubNovaNC
  • Communities in Schools of Chatham County: www.cischatham.org @CISChatham
  • Family Promise of Wake County: www.familypromisewake.org @WCFamilyPromise
  • LGBT Center of Raleigh: www.lgbtcenterofraleigh.com   @lgbtcenterral
  • Rebuilding Together of the Triangle: www.rebuildingtogethertriangle.org @RToftheTriangle
  • SEEDS: www.seedsnc.org @SEEDS_nc
  • Student U: www.studentudurham.org @StudentUDurham
  • The White Oak Foundation: www.whiteoakfoundationnc.org @WOMBC_ApexNC