Dec. 9: Komen, Salvation Army, Philanthropy Forecast, and more

Gloria Scienski, executive director, Charlotte affiliate, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, retiring Dec. 30 after five years.

Salvation Army, High Point, housed nearly 800 people in its shelter in 2012, served nearly 32,500 meals and helped nearly 9,000 individuals with rent and utility assistance, along with food, clothing and furniture.

Triangle chapter, Association of Fundraising Professionals, will hold third annual Philanthropy Forecast on Jan. 30, Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Research Triangle Park, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., featuring luncheon keynote speech by Michael Walden, economist, N.C. State University, and panels on corporate giving, foundations, media, state government, and social entrepreneurs.

Leadership Triangle, Durham, awarded 2011 Goodmon Awards to Dennis Gaddy, Community Success Initiative; Mike Woodward, Durham City Council; Robyn Schryer Fehrman, Teach for America – Eastern NC; Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, or TROSA; and Falls Lake Stakeholder Project.

N.C. Prevention Partners, Chapel Hill, named a 2011 MarCom Gold Award Winner by Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals for its Annual Report 2010-2011.

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