Aug. 31: Food Bank, Technology, Housing, and more

Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, Raleigh, awarded $50,000 gift by Sisters of Mercy Foundation of North Carolina, Charlotte.

Teaming for Technology, United Way of the Greater Triangle, refurbished over 1,700 computers last year, putting them in Triangle schools, homes and nonprofits.

Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro supporting 250th home repair by Housing Greensboro through $15,000 grant from its Affordable Housing Fund.

Guilford Education Alliance selected to received $25,000 Piedmont Natural Gas Foundation 2011 STEM Education Grant to establish and fund a teaching fellows program for science, technology, engineering and math teachers employed by Guilford County Schools.

Wake Tech Community College awarded over $2.5 million in grant funding for fiscal 2011-11.

Nearly 600 employees of GSK in Research Triangle Park and Philadelphia will assemble 120,000 meals to benefit hungry people in partnership with Stop Hunger Now, Raleigh-based international hunger relief agency.

Golden Corral pledged to raise $100,000 in September to provide educational scholarships to families affected by multiple sclerosis.

Women’s Impact Fund, Charlotte, accepting applications for five high-impact grants ranging from $40,000 to $100,000; since its inception in 2003, Fund has donated $2.6 million to 34 groups in Mecklenburg County.

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