2.18.19 US News
Janie's Fund raises $2.8 million at Steven Tyler's Grammy Awards viewing party, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts appoints Henry Timms as President and CEO, The Field Foundation and John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation partner to create a more equitable Chicago, and more.
12.17.18 US News
Cal State LA receives three grants totaling $3.7 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs, Husson University AmeriCorps Team builds window inserts for low-income households, Intel exceeds its 50th anniversary volunteer goal, and more.
2.29.16 NC Nonprofit News
The North Carolina Wildlife Federation launches Butterfly Highway initiative, Emily K Center hosts a 10th birthday celebration, the Tammy Lynn Center to celebrate the 30th birthday of A Toast to the Triangle, Prevent Child Abuse Rowan receives $7,500 KidCents grant, and more.
Legal Relief for Job Seekers with Criminal Records
One serious economic barrier facing Legal Aid clients is the fact that 1 in 5 North Carolinians have a criminal record, which means they are effectively shut out of the job market. With the growing interest in criminal justice reform, an investment in relief from collateral consequences now would pay huge dividends in the future.
Mayors of Super Bowl cities wager volunteer service
As part of ‘Service Bowl,’ winning mayor to host community service project with AmeriCorps members and local volunteers
Wanted: Nonprofits that need apprentices
Public Allies of North Carolina is looking for nonprofits from Greensboro to Garner that would like to hire emerging leaders for a 10-month apprenticeship.
Obama urged to boost nonprofits
A letter signed by more than 1,000 nonprofit and corporate leaders recommends a nonprofit-stimulus package to create jobs and help needy Americans weather the recession.
Americorps helps build nonprofit workforce
Americorps alumni are more likely to pursue nonprofit or public-service careers, a new study says.