Jan. 25: Ronald McDonald, Redwoods Group, School of Government, and more

Sharon Fulcher-Tatom, former executive director, Masonic Children and Family Services of Texas, named executive director, Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem, succeeding Anita Ogburn, who is retiring after 14 years in the position.

FirstNet Learning, Denver, and The Redwoods Group, Morrisville, N.C., launched The Redwoods Institute, free online university designed to help YMCA, Jewish Community Center and resident camp staff learn to keep kids safe by preventing drowning, injury, abuse, vehicular accidents and other incidents.

Working with NonProfit Organizations, by Margaret Henderson, Gordon Whitaker, Lydian Altman, Eileen Youens, Suzanne Julian, published by School of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

March 4 is deadline for submitting nominations to Winston-Salem Foundation for The Winston-Salem Foundation Award, recognizing personal dedication in support of the foundation’s basic mission, and for Echo Award, honoring people and informal groups who are building social capital.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation accepting applications from nonprofits across North Carolina seeking to improve their organizations through capacity-building efforts designed to promote sustainability; proposals are due March 11.

Hospice of Wake County added two members to board of directors as condition of its recent merger with Hospice of Harnett County — Linda Johnson, co-owner, Glass Doctor of Central Carolina, and Eric Young, chief financial officer, Harnett Health Services.

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