3.18.19 US News
Actress Elizabeth Banks helps raise $380,000 for the Center for Reproductive Rights, Journeys footwear retailer fits nearly 900 for teens in Nashville with new shoes, Pajama Program forms a Good Night Advisory Council, and more.
3.18.19 NC News
Asheville ReStore celebrates $1 million milestone, Outlander author Diana Gabaldon visits Newbern and Burlington, The Thunderbirds come to Goldsboro, and more.
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As we say goodbye to our Multimedia Producer, David, we're saying hello to a new production team. Stay tuned for more from TNE!
Swipe Right for Donors: How Building a Brand of Attraction Connects You to Long-Term, Loyal Donors
Do you ever feel like finding your dream donor is like finding a dream date? How can you connect with those like-minded people who share your organization’s passion and mission?
3.11.19 US News
Actress Ana Gasteyer presents Brooklyn Community Foundation's Spark Prizes to all-women led organizations, Parkland Health & Hospital System’s Garland Health Center features colorful sea creatures in pediatric exam rooms, United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Wells Fargo launch Avanzar program, and more.
Why Gen Z is Compelled to Do Good
As Gen Z age into the workforce and gain financial independence, nonprofits must adapt their fundraising initiatives to fit the profile of these new potential contributors.
3.11.19 NC News
St. Gerard House in Henderson County gets $40,000 from SECU Foundation, Urban Ministries of Wake County dedicates Open Door Clinic to the late Dr. Gary Greenberg, THRiVE Leadership Summit features Danyel Surrency Jones, and more.
3.4.19 NC News
Wi-Fi hotspots coming to Robeson County, FailFest allows nonprofits to celebrate epic fails, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity celebrates women builders, and more.
3.4.19 US News
The Civic Life Project receives a $6,000 grant, Brooklyn Community Foundation honors social justice nonprofit organizations, Miami City Ballet School partners with The Bass Museum of Art, and more.
Moms Against Poverty Bring Nutrition and Stability to Underprivileged Children
Moms Against Poverty (MAP) began as a small group of caring individuals that has expanded into a nationwide network for child enrichment, along with a global orphan care program.