05.04.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
N.C. Central gets $1.5 million North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation; Npower Charlotte Region changes name to Apparo; Perry Colwell gets volunteer award; and a lot more.
04.26.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
Kevin Brice resigns from Triangle Land Conservancy; SECU Family House piloting collaborative effort to help future health-care professionals better serve family caregivers; Dining for Friends to benefit Triad Health Project; and more.
04.20.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
Toni Freeman to head Association of Junior Leagues; Mary Freeman retiring from Tammy Lynn Center; Susan Jenkins retiring from Cherokee Preservation Foundation; and a lot more.
04.12.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
Greensboro Day School gets first gift over $1 million; Crosby Scholars launches $3.7 million campaign; UNC-CH gets $10 million commitment; and lots more.
04.06.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
Foundation of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte increases total assets to over $20 million; Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte names new CEO; Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation hires executive-search firm to help identify next chief executive; and lots more.
03.29.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
AFP annual conference set for Aug. 23 in Greensboro; United Way providing more food-filled backpacks for needy kids; Jacob’s Ladder Job Center in Charlotte and Wade Edwards Foundation and Learning Lab in Raleigh name executive directors; and a lot more.
03.22.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
Wake Technical Community College launches campaign to raise $10 million; Food Lion associates and customers raise record-high $4.5 million during annual fundraising effort for Easter Seals; Lucy Daniels Center, Cary, getting two grants totaling over $1.2 million from John Rex Endowment, Raleigh; and lots more.
03.16.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
Damon Circosta named executive director, A.J. Fletcher Foundation; Shaheen Syal named director of communications, Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation; nine rural health clinics getting equipment and facilities improvements, thanks to $1 million grant last year to N.C. Rural Center from Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust; and lots more.
03.09.12: This week in N.C.: Nonprofits & giving
Second-grade teacher wins Charlotte social-innovation competition; Triangle Community Foundation, Durham, hires Greensboro firm to assist search for new CEO; United Way of Greater Triangle meets with local agencies to address gap in services for former clients of YWCA of Greater Triangle, which closed Feb. 29 after 110 years; and lots more.
High Point University gives food
High Point University has developed a new ongoing program, partnering with Food Donation Connection and Open Door Ministries to donate surplus food from the university.