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Sept. 14: NC Prevention Partners, SJF, Durham’s Partnership for Children, and more

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NC Prevention Partners, with support from Pfizer Inc., launched three-year employer-wellness partnership with Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce and YMCA’s Pioneering Healthier Communities to guide nearly 30 Asheville-area businesses on how to build healthier workplaces and employees and how to reduce preventable healthcare costs.


SJF Advisory Services, Durham, re-launched as SJF Institute, aiming to expand its scope to connect, inspire and accelerate sustainable entrepreneurs.


Durham’s Partnership for Children, a Smart Start Initiative, received 2010 Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility.


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to use Blackbaud Enterprise CRM to manage constituents’ relationships to university across several units and schools, and to generate fundraising revenue.


2010 award recipients, 12th Annual Defenders of Justice Awards: Litigation — Jane Wettach, director, Children’s Education Law Clinic, Duke University School of Law; Grassroots Empowerment/Community Capacity Building — Kay Zwan, health care and disability rights advocate, Wilmington; Legislative Advocacy –State Sen. Joe Sam Queen, Waynesville, and state Rep. Garland Pierce Wagram; Policy and Research Advocacy — Great Schools in Wake.

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