The Gift of Mobility
When you see a legitimate need, do not wait to get started. Crutches 4 Africa recognizes the intensity and urgency of the needs of disabled individuals, and is able to quickly offer help through awareness and production.
The Undies Project has recognized that there are two sides to addressing poverty in an impactful way: understanding where there is a need, and identifying the places where other service providers may not want to venture.
Restoring the Rhythm of Life
Music Mends Minds (MMM) seeks to improve the lives of patients with neurological diseases, as well as the lives of their families and caregivers, through the power of music music. MMM finds success in pairing older musicians with younger partners to create cross-generational impact surrounding those living with neurological diseases.
Edina ABC believes that children with very high potential are in every community, and its community is willing to share their own opportunity with students who do not have access to as many resources in order to support them and help them grow.
Across the Media, Across the Globe
By mixing online with in-person communications, World Population Balance has learned that working on a difficult global issue such as overpopulation requires a variety of different media approaches.
It’s not (just) about the money
Over the past year, hundreds of youth across North Carolina have demonstrated the meaning of philanthropy – the love of humanity – through their involvement in youth-giving groups.
Book to celebrate state’s African-American givers
A new book from a Charlotte-based giving circle will celebrate the rich traditions and different ways African Americans give back to their communities.
Young Lumbee promotes community involvement
After losing most of her belongings in a fire three years ago, Kendra Danielle Chavis, was inspired by the way the community stepped up to help her rebuild her life.
Teaching social justice to youth philanthropists
Last month, leaders from 20 youth-giving sites across the state gathered to share ideas and inspiration as they prepare to work with more than 400 North Carolina youth philanthropists.
Youth philanthropy: A little can yield a lot
Across North Carolina, youth philanthropists are ‘paying it forward’ by using their unique insights to change their neighborhoods, schools and communities for the better.