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  • Furman University, Greenville, SC received $750,000 for buliding renovations and maintenance from the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC.
  • Alexander Children’s Center has launched a new website! By visiting www.alexandercc.org you can find information on the Center’s history volunteer and giving opportunities, and treatment array.
  • Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC granted $850,000 for scholarships funding by the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC.
  • Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities received $40,000 from Ashland Inc, Frankfort, Kentucky to be used for college scholarships for students interested in pursuing teacher’s degrees.
  • Bank of America Foundation has awarded $30,000 to six Southern California nonprofits to support literacy and education programs. The Remedial Reading and Learning Center, Pacoima Urban Village, Stanton Boys and Girls Club, Riverside County Literacy Network, Barrio Logan College Institute and Echo Park Boys and Girls Club each received $5,000 for their endeavors.
  • American Lung Association of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN awarded $115,000 by AstraZeneca to support asthma education and prevention programs.
  • OICW, San Francisco, CA has been awarded $45,000 by Silicon Valley’s iSharp, Inc. to fund job training for the Bay area’s low income population.
  • Duke University, Durham, NC, received $8.5 million to aid several educational programs from the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC.
  • Davidson College, Davidson, NC, awarded $1.5 million to improve campus life, by the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC.
  • Alexander Children’s Center will be hosting its Campaign Victory Celebration, March 30th, at the Morehead Inn. Call 704-944-6088 for details.
  • Atlanta International School, Atlanta, GA awarded $250,000 by the Porsche Foundation to establish a permanent endowment to support American students enrolled in the German program at the school.
  • Urban Insight, an Internet consulting firm, has been accepted to EC2, which affords selected startup companies access to legal, technical, organizational, and funding resources.

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