Triangle United Way, Research Triangle Park, NC, raised over $25 million in its 1999 capital campaign.
Capitol Broadcasting Company, Raleigh, NC, collected 6500 coats and over $90,000 in partnership with the Celebration of Lights for its eleventh annual Coats for Children drive.
The Charlotte Symphony, Charlotte, NC has changed both its box office and administrative phone numbers. The administraive office can be reached at 704-972-2003 and the box office at 704-972-2000. The old number 704-332-0468 will be phased out over the next six months.
Moses-Cone Wesley Long Community Health Foundation, Greensboro, NC, awarded $138,000 to elementary programs in the greater Greensboro area. Funds will be used to set-up ten new Project Fit America sites.
Ann Lichter, director of Intergovernmental Relations in the Office of the Governor, Raleigh, NC, named board chair of the International Visitors Council, Research Triangle Park, NC.
Sally Jones, Winston-Salem, NC awarded the Bill Holman Award for Environmental Advocacy by the Consevation Council of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC.
11,000 Wake County students voted in mock elections held recently by Kids Voting USA, Raleigh, NC. The elections and outreach programs teach students the importance of voting.
Arts and Science Council, Charlotte, NC, has set $8.6 million as the goal for its annual fundraising campaign. The campaign will run through February 24 and monies raised will fund program and grants expansion.
Carolina Recycling Association, Raleigh, NC, will hold its Tenth Annual Conference at the Grove Park Inn Resort, Asheville, NC, March 13-15. Call 919-851-8444 for information.
James Meena, former general director and conductor of the Toledo Opera, Toledo, OH, named general director, Opera Carolina, Charlotte, NC.
Jenny R. Hitt, former assistant director of development Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, named assistant director of development, Providence Day School, Charlotte, NC.