9.17.18 US News
The John A. Hartford Foundation awards four new grants totaling nearly $7 million, The Global Down Syndrome Foundation’s 10th Anniversary of the Be Beautiful Be Yourself Fashion Show will take place October 20th, Charity Navigator launches Hot Topic for Hurricane Florence, and more.
9.17.18 NC News
The SECU Foundation teams up with EducationNC, Community Blood Center of the Carolinas partners with Carowinds, ShiftNC teaches "Affirming LGBTQ Youth 101", and more.
A Study of Interim Leadership in Nonprofits
An interim leader can prove to be an essential advocate beyond managing the financial and moral stability and health of a nonprofit during an executive leadership transition.
Nonprofits with board members who are aware, equipped, and engaged will help keep funds flowing, and support sustainability of the organization.
Hunger Action Month 2018
No matter where you live, lack of food is detrimental to your community’s progress. But there are ways to help!
9.10.18 US News
GRAMMY Museum Mississippi receives $22,550 grant from the Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area, Upswell announces six finalists for the 2018 NGen Leadership Award, 4-H launches ‘Inspire Kids to DO’ campaign, and more.
9.10.18 NC News
The Housing Opportunity Foundation awards $64,999.70 to 15 area local nonprofits and eight area Habitat for Humanity agencies, United Way of Central Carolinas selects Laura Clark as new President and Chief Executive Officer, NC Rural Center to host Zero Barriers Policy Roundtables in seven towns, and more.
A Culture of Working With…
Words matter at Urban Ministries and words keep reshaping the roles our volunteers play in how we offer our programs, how the programs work, and the outcomes we pursue.
Lending a Helping Hand
Regardless of one’s faith, ethnicity, or background, it is universal humanitarian values which have brought many to action in order to help those around the world affected by conflict or disaster.
The Messy, Beautiful Work of Social Enterprise for Nonprofits
By design, nonprofit organizations have a different purpose than our for-profit friends. By incorporating social enterprise into their work, New Moms has been able to to bring job training and real-life skills to participants in their programs, stretching their investments of time, money and human resources just a little bit farther.