11.12.18 US News
Assurant raises more than $200,000 at their 5K for United Way Miami-Dade, Lutz Buddy Up connects veterans locally by building a network of comrades who form life-long bonds by providing peer support, community building and overall well-being, Tracy Collander, LCSW joins the expanding team at Accreditation Guru, Inc, and more.
11.12.18 NC News
Currituck-Dare Community Foundation and Currituck-Dare Women's Fund award $25,405 in local grants, Arlan Hamilton of Backstage Capital speaks at the Innovate Raleigh Summit, and Communities in Schools of Durham seeks volunteers for Durham Performance Learning Center, and more.
Ep 11: On The Table
In this special episode, we share conversations from the recent On The Table event in Charlotte, NC, where participants from different backgrounds came together to discuss the legacy and impact of segregation in their communities.
Interrupting Systemic Oppression
People should be able to be themselves fully in their home communities, feeling not only safe to do so but sensing complete belonging as well.
Meet. Share. Do.
A civic engagement initiative, born in Chicago, sparks a national movement.
No Sides, Only Love
There is far less that divides us than the things that make us all human. Encircle gives youth a place they can come every day to feel respected and loved.
An “Equi-center” of Alliances
While collaborations may have a funding benefit, nonprofits should consider an informal alliance as a way to help improve the stability of their organizations. Sharing best practices, new ideas and even struggles experienced by an organization can give others new insights on ways to secure funding, enhance their programs, and use their resources more effectively.
Creating a Space for Youth to Find (and Be) Themselves
The Magic City Acceptance Center provides resources and support for Birmingham's LGBTQ youth.
What Traits do America’s Favorite Charities Share?
If you could only support one charitable organization, which organization would it be? Grey Matter dives in to find out what traits America’s favorite charities share.
55 Years Later, The Lawyers’ Committee Continues the Fight for Justice
The Lawyers’ Committee has been a strong player in the enforcement of civil rights and a vocal source of information and education about the need and justification for the protections of minorities and the importance of the rule of law. While it has many accomplishments, there is still much more to be done.