10.17.16 US Nonprofit News
Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County launched a 30 single-family home build project, Twin Creeks Village. Open Medicine Foundation received $260,000 from two donor families for expansion of its END ME/CFS project, and more.
10.10.16 US Nonprofit News
ArtPrize announced the 20 artist entries selected from the first round of public voting on October 2nd, including Loren Naji and his sculpture, Emoh. Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, received a $2.8 million research grant from the National Institutes of Health, and more.
8.3.15 US Nonprofit News
Robin Hood Foundation awards $250,000 grant to Services for the UnderServed, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations and Philanthropy Southwest to host The Collaboration Conference, Forbes announces $1 million global social impact Change-the-World Social Entrepreneurs Competition, and more.
7.6.15 US Nonprofit News
The Navient Foundation awards grant to Luzerne County Head Start, the Desmond Tutu Peace Foundation appoints new Executive Director, Catholic Charities USA’s Annual Gathering to take place in September, and more.
6.22.15 US Nonprofit News
WaterStep sends 100 M-100 water purifiers to Nepal, Citi celebrates 10th annual Global Community Day, NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network opens registration for the 2015 Leading Change Summit, and more.
6.8.15 US Nonprofit News
Pershing Square Foundation awards $10 million to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Heroes for Children joins #JustKeepDancing social media challenge, Chester County Fund for Women and Girls welcomes new Director of Programs, and more.
AT&T invests in dropout prevention
Over the next four years, AT&T will invest $100 million to address what it calls a high-school dropout crisis.