7.30.18 US News
The United Methodist Retirement Communities Foundation received a $2.5 million grant, The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading took place July 24th- 27th, The Tour de Gem will take place on September 2nd, and more.
2.12.18 US Nonprofit News
The Georgia School of Orthodontics and the Georgia Dental Foundation award free orthodontic care through Purple Heart Smiles, The Council on Foundations releases Local Leadership, Global Impact, Global Impact launches Growfund for Giving Circles, and more.
11.27.17 International Nonprofit News
The Australian Wildlife Conservancy prepares to relocate a colony of Mala, Transparency International publishes A Tale of Four Funds, Global Subway's World Sandwich Day program donates a total of 13.3 million meals, and more.
10.30.17 US Nonprofit News
The Barr Foundation welcomes Sue Tierney and Lee Pelton as members of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees, applications are open through January 31st for KidsGardening's newest grant opportunity, Budding Botanist, General Motors to contribute $5 million to the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation to help launch innovative experiences through new exhibitions and programs, and more.
7.10.17 US Nonprofit News
15 American Academy of Family Physicians Chapters each received a $5,000 grant, Accountability Counsel named Gary Cookhorn to the organization’s board of directors, StoryCenter will host a digital storytelling workshop at Hayward Public Library, and more.
6.13.16 NC Nonprofit News
Golden LEAF Foundation awards more than $22.6 million to support infrastructure needs in economically distressed areas across North Carolina, Housing for New Hope hires Olive Joyner as their new Executive Director, The Green Chair Project hosts its Summer Porch Sale, and more.
3.14.16 NC Nonprofit News
Raleigh Arts Commission is accepting nominations for the 2016 Medal of Arts awards, VAE puts out a call for art for its May exhibition, NC Philanthropy Conference will be held on August 18th, Camden County awarded $200,000 by the Golden LEAF Foundation, NC Center for Nonprofits and the Triangle Community Foundation will host a Nonprofit Town Hall in April, and more.
8.3.15 NC Nonprofit News
Hayes Barton Baptist church raises $4,000 for StepUp Ministry, The Beehive Collective is accepting proposals for its 2015 grant cycle, the Boys and Girls Club participates in the Summer Feeding Program, Urban Ministries of Wake Counties partners with Chik-Fil-A, the Hispanic League is looking for vendors and sponsorship for Fiesta 2015, The John Rex Endowment announces a four-year grant, and more.
7.6.15 NC Nonprofit News
The Association of Fundraising Professionals extends its early bird pricing for its 2015 NC Philanthropy Conference, the Emily K Center has met half their goal for summer enrichment programming, the Lupus Foundation of America, NC Chapter will host Lupus Empowerment workshops in North Carolina, Band Together raises 2 million dollars, the Lung Cancer Initiative of NC has selected four 2015-2016 fellows, and more.
6.15.15 NC Nonprofit News
NC Center for Nonprofits responds to the Senate Tax Plan and releases it first comprehensive report about the economic impact of nonprofits, the Lucy Daniels Center raises $25,000, St. Jude Children Research Hospital receives $50,000 from an NC business, Fine Art of Durham Dining and Summer Living 2015 begins, and more.