7.16.18 NC News
The Warren County Community Foundation is currently accepting grant applications, Dr. Kyle Horton announced the endorsement of the Sierra Club, Activate Good handed out Signs for Good signs and decals on July 14th, and more.
Ep 1: Check Your Bias
Communication professionals Melanie Davis-Jones and Katie Todd talk about affecting systemic change, and challenging our own thinking about the assumptions that we make.
7.9.18 US News
Theresa Siaw recently funded two initiatives to help serve the Humboldt Park community, The Layton Road Group welcomed Daniel Cohen as a Managing Director, Contempo Communications’ Female Entrepreneur Summit will take place on October 24th, and more.
7.9.18 NC News
The Unifour Foundation Endowment announced $240,600 in local awards, Center for Craft hosted a Craft City Rubber Stamp Greeting Cards Workshop, Natural Learning Initiative’s Gathering and Tour 2018 will take place on July 12th, and more.
Why Micro-Donations Are the Future of Fundraising
While a micro-donation of $25 may not seem like it’s worth a ton of time or investment to cultivate, it may actually cost your organization to ignore these smaller donations.
Kayak Fishing Brings Them Back to Life
Heroes on the Water helps veterans and first responders re-adjust to civilian life through kayak fishing and community fellowship.
Ensuring Excellence When You’re Charting A New Course
When your focus is a niche cause that the general public is not aware of, how do you garner awareness and provide the best service possible?
Putting Parkinson’s on the Ropes
Rock Steady Boxing takes the fight to Parkinson's Disease.
Leveling the Playing Field: How Baseball For All Empowers Girls On And Off The Field
What began as one team of 12 girls playing in an otherwise all-boys tournament in Cooperstown, New York has now turned into a nationwide movement.
Empowering Kids to Just be Kids
Victory Junction serves campers with disabilities and illnesses by allowing them to experience a camp where they can achieve anything they set their mind to. Campers feel a sense of accomplishment when they step onto Victory Junction's campus, because they know they can do anything and they have finally found a place to fit in.