Giving Medical Researchers Unprecedented Freedom Yields Groundbreaking Results
Please enjoy this feature from our archives published November 2015. Sometimes the greatest scientific innovations aren’t the result of a new finding in a lab, but rather, the very way the research itself is directed – or not directed. The Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s goal is to support “people, not projects,” and it has yielded some dramatic results.
12.26.17 International Nonprofit News
UBM Mexico to donate £150k to the Carlos Slim Foundation, The Hilton Prize Coalition recognizes its 2017 Hilton Prize Coalition Fellowship class, the National Administration of Conservation Areas and conservation NGO African Parks sign 25-year agreement to restore, develop and manage Mozambique’s Bazaruto Archipelago National Park, and more.
12.18.17 US Nonprofit News
News about grants, gifts GRID Alternatives received a $500,000 grant from Bank of America Charitable Foundation to support its SolarCorps Fellowship Program. The Chick-fil-A Foundation has granted 23 nonprofits the 2018 True Inspiration Award. The organizations represent 13 states throughout the […]
12.18.17 NC Nonprofit News
NCMA receives $50,000 art education gift, Wake Tech Foundation Launches The Legacy Society, AIDS Services Foundation Orange County is now Radiant Health Centers and more.
12.11.17 US Nonprofit News
The Television Academy Foundation is now accepting applications for its 2018 Internship Program, the Parkinson’s Foundation awards $60,000 in grants, the Braille Institute Los Angeles hosts its Creative Vision Holiday Boutique, the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation will develop and pilot a yet-to-be-named Center focused on nonprofit support, and more.
12.11.17 NC Nonprofit News
Golden LEAF Foundation allocates the remaining $14,347,101 in Disaster Recovery Program funding, Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina grants their 3,500th wish, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust opens their February 2018 Grant Cycle, and more.
What Matters Isn’t What We Bring, It’s What We Leave Behind
In developing nations all over the world, people are in need of immediate help and long-term solutions. Surgeons of Hope aims to address congenital heart disease by sending doctors to areas of need and training local doctors to perform life-saving procedures.
12.4.17 US Nonprofit News
Chester County Fund for Women and Girls to accept applications for its Core Grants Program, the Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation awards Community Grant to P396K, Lighthouse Guild hosts annual LightYears Gala, and more.
12.4.17 NC Nonprofit News
Marbles Kids Museum opens a children's greenhouse exhibit, The Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter to host its Second Annual Memory Gala, Ronald McDonald House Charities of NC grants more than $64,000 to eight nonprofits, and more.
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Patient Care
Please enjoy this feature from our archives published October 2015.The Allergy & Asthma Network’s success stems from their interdisciplinary approach to patient care. Each of their four focus areas and their related programs bring different stakeholders together to benefit allergy and asthma patients.