Nov 27, 2017
November 2017 – NC Grants Roundup
The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem's will award $157,000 in grants to local programs and initiatives that address the economic security of women and girls in Forsyth County, the SECU Foundation will grant a $5,000 stipend to each of the ten Public Fellows it has selected for its Public Fellows Internship Program, applications for the Community Foundation of Henderson County Women in Need of Support grants are open until December 15th. and more.
Nov 6, 2017
11.6.17 NC Nonprofit News
ShaLeigh Dance Works to unveil its second evening-length work, I Promise, December 15th-17th, the Emily K Center holds its first Family Night of the year for its students with support from JP Morgan Chase & Co. and volunteers from IBM, friends of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina to match donations up to $56,000, and more.
Oct 30, 2017
10.30.17 NC Nonprofit News
Thanksgiving week, known as flotilla week in Wrightsville Beach, will highlight the 34th annual North Carolina Holiday Flotilla, featuring a massive 20-minute Zambelli Fireworks display and the 13th annual Airlie Gardens’ Enchanted Airlie, ArtsGreensboro hosts artist talks at GreenHill on October 25th with Two Artists | One Space artists Renzo Ortega and Antoine Williams, the North Carolina Humanities Council awards $120,000 in grants to NC cultural organizations, including $20,000 to North Carolina State University's "The Virtual Martin Luther King Project," and more.
Oct 23, 2017
10.23.17 NC Nonprofit News
Director Allen Smart releases the first blog post in support of Campbell University's new Rural Philanthropy Analysis project, the Susan G. Komen North Carolina Foundation Triangle to the Coast to hold its 4th Annual Finding Solutions Through Science, Scholars and Survivors Research Luncheon on November 9th, the town of Windsor receives a $500,000 grant from the Golden Leaf Foundation of Rocky Mount for a new public library, and more.
Oct 16, 2017
10.16.17 NC Nonprofit News
YWCA Greensboro to hold its Fall Bazaar on November 11th, featuring face painting, a bouncy house, food trucks, and Passion to Purse participants and vendors selling local and handmade goods, the North Carolina Community Foundation receives a renewal of National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations for the third time, the Golden LEAF Foundation awards 19 grants totaling more than $12 million, and more.
Sep 11, 2017
9.11.17 NC Nonprofit News
Transitions LifeCare renames building on campus to honor one of the three capital campaign chairs responsible for their $6.1 million expansion project, applications are open through September 22nd for the United Arts Council's Wheels on the Bus grants, Eastern North Carolina's Stop Human Trafficking Now to hold a Celebration to Stop Human Trafficking on October 14th, and more.
Aug 14, 2017
8.14.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Winston-Salem Foundation awarded 23 Community Grants to organizations in Forsyth County, A ribbon cutting ceremony on August 2nd marked the official opening of SECU Hospice Care Center of Yadkin, The International House Annual Benefit Gala will take place on October 14th at Hilton Charlotte Center City, and more.
Jul 31, 2017
7.31.17 NC Nonprofit News
The United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County invest $274,480 in grants, Say Yes Guilford partners with Greensboro Police Department for Operation Pass and with the Carl Chavis YMCA for its Back to School Bash on August 19th, The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design will host Craft After Dark on August 10th, and more.
Jun 26, 2017
6.26.17 NC Nonprofits News
The Leon Levine Foundation announced its support to Communities In Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg by offering a matching gift challenge grant, The North Carolina Community Foundation named Wilson Simmons as its chief financial officer, The first annual Nonprofit Games will take place on July 20th, and more.
Jun 19, 2017
6.19.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Community Blood Center of the Carolinas awarded $5,000 in scholarship money to East Rutherford High School, Brian Brush was selected as the public artist for the Duke Energy Performing Arts Center Public Art Project, Family Care Center of Catawba Valley, Inc. is seeking teenagers or college students to help with landscaping during the summer months, and more.