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.
7.3.17 US Nonprofit News
Omega Institute received a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation, The Barr Foundation appointed two new trustees to its board, Registration is open for individuals seeking to attend the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning, and more.
11.14.16 NC Nonprofit News
Dorcas Ministries delivered two truckloads of supplies to Lumberton, NC on October 28th, to assist with hurricane recovery efforts. Amazon will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases on Amazon Smile to Family Care Center of Catawba Valley, Inc. to help homeless families with dependent children during the holiday season, and more.
12.7.15 NC Nonprofit News
Passage Home received a Bank of America Basic Human Services Grant, Leadership Triangle will host its Awards Gala at the American Tobacco Campus, the Jimmy V Foundation partnered with ESPN to raise cancer awareness and drive donations, and more.
Goodwill honors Bank of America volunteer
Since she started volunteering in 2003 for Charlotte-based Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont, Stephanie Johnson has contributed over 250 hours to the agency.
Building relationships with professional advisors
With wealthy individuals increasingly turning to professional advisors to help integrate their philanthropy in their overall wealth management, it makes sense for nonprofits to cultivate relationships with donors’ trusted advisers.
Volunteer honored by Goodwill Industries International
Cheryl Keller, a Charlotte native who retired in 2007 after a 27-year career with Bank of America, says her impulse to volunteer was rooted in her experience at church as a child, and from the corporate culture at Bank of America.
Bank of America gives $1 million
The gift addresses priority community needs in Charlotte, with half going to United Way of Central Carolinas and half to the Critical Need Response Fund at Foundation for the Carolinas.
Tax plan not seen swaying wealthy givers
Changes in the charitable-deduction rate and the estate tax will have little effect on most wealthy givers, a new study says.
Arts & Science Council drive falls short
The council’s 2009 campaign raised slightly more than $7 million, falling short of its $11.2 million goal.