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Notices for 12-31-01

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  • Foundation for the Carolinas recently awarded $454,510 in grants from its Building Bridges, Impact Fund and Seed Grants programs. $272,850 was awarded to three new and two renewing nonprofit organizations. Some of those included El Centro Hispano, International House, Exodus Homes, and Mint Museum of Art
  • Greater Greensboro Community Foundation will hold a Grantseeker Orientation Workshop January 15, 2002. Attendance for the event is not mandatory, but strongly encouraged to help those applying to the Foundation for grants. For more information or for a registration form, visit http://www.cfgg.org/grant_guidelines_2002.pdf.
  • Foundation for the Carolinas will hold its Annual Meeting Wednesday, March 6, 2002 at the Charlotte Marriott Center City in Charlotte, North Carolina. The featured speaker is Dr. Claire Gaudiani, Senior Research Scholar at Yale Law School. For more information, visit the website.
  • The Direct Marketing Association will host its Statistics and Modeling for Direct Marketers seminar January 10-11, 2002, at the DMA Seminar Center in New York, New York. For more information, call 212-790-1500.
  • Marie Schettino recently named as the new Director of Finance and Administration for the Greater Greensboro Community Foundation. Previously, she served as a senior accountant for Bernard Robinson and Company, LLP.
  • Greater Greensboro Community Foundation’s membership committee recently announced that it has started its 2002 membership drive for the Future Fund, trying to reach 50 new members and a $46,000 goal. Activities will begin in February and will be announced shortly. For more information, email info@cfgg.org or visit the website.
  • The Association of Lutheran Development Executives will host its International Education Conference February 22-25, 2002, at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida. For more information, call 800-458-2363.
  • The North Carolina Center for Nonprofits was recently selected as one of seven satellite offices for the National Risk Management Center of Washington, DC. The collaboration will allow NRMC to provide supplemental risk management assistance in tandem with the Center’s current technical assistance resources. The expanded services will be available through the Center’s website. For more information, call 919-790-1555 or visit the website.
  • The National Committee on Planned Giving has released its 2002 Calendar for Virtual Conference Seminars available through its website. The first seminar will begin January 15, 2002 and will be conducted every three months through September 18, 2002. For more information or to register, visit the website or call 317-269-6274.
  • Greater Greensboro Community Foundation announced the election of five new directors for three-year terms beginning in 2002. They include Eunice M. Dudley, James E. Dunn, Ronald P. Johnson, Randall R. Kaplan, and Lisa Leikam.

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