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.
2.15.16 NC Nonprofit News
OCAC to hold an Artists' Salon on February 19th, Nonprofit Town Hall meetings to be hosted throughout the state, NCECF receives several grants from ChildTrust and The Belk Foundation, Winston-Salem Community Foundation Luncheon to be held in May, Heart Math Tutoring receives a $5,000 anonymous gift, and more.
1.11.16 NC Nonprofit News
Durham's Partnership for Children received donations of over 3,000 books from Barnes & Noble at Southpoint, Student Action with Farmworkers has released their I Am, I See, I Think, I Wonder documentary, The Lupus Foundation of America NC Chapter will host a Kickoff Rally in support of its 8th Annual Walk to End Lupus Now: Raleigh event, 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.
11.23.15 NC Nonprofit News
N.C. GreenPower launches pilot program to provide matching grants for the installation of a solar PV array at schools, Food Lion will partner with customers to donate to the Food Lion Feeds "Holidays Without Hunger" campaign, Lenovo announced a partnership with Dress for Success Triangle, and more.
11.09.15 NC Nonprofit News
SECU Foundation provided an interest-free construction loan to Community Alternatives for Supportive Abodes to help build a supportive housing development for homeless veterans, the North Carolina Housing Coalition honored Patricia “Pat” Garrett and Spencer Duin was presented with award for their volunteer work, the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts will begin TCVA 140: The Creative Incubator this month, and more.
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