Blackbaud Ranks Most Generous Online U.S. Cities for 2012; Five N.C. Cities in Top 50
Nine North Carolina cities are included in Blackbaud’s fifth annual ranking of the Most Generous Online U.S. Cities for 2012. Cary, Raleigh and Durham are in the Top 30.
Fundraisers name award recipients
The Charlotte chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals has announced the winners of its 2008 National Philanthropy Day Awards.
Arts & Science Council to invest $14.5 million
Charlotte group will invest over $14.5 million for projects such as music therapy for autistic children and expanded youth-orchestra opportunities.
Statewide AFP conference set
Three North Carolina AFP chapters will host a statewide philanthropy conference in Durham on Aug. 7.
United Way CEO gets big benefits boost
Gloria Pace King, president of United Way of Central Carolinas in Charlotte, received a boost in benefits to more than $800,000, igniting a controversy.
Arts groups tune up for planned giving
The Greater Charlotte Cultural Trust aims to help partner groups of the Arts & Science Council prepare themselves to build their endowments.
Dow Bauknight: Plugging back into community
Executives are moving to the charitable marketplace after working in the corporate suite. Here is last of three PJ profiles.
Attorney nominees sought for pro-bono award
The Impact Pro Bono Awards will recognize North Carolina attorneys making a difference in their communities through pro-bono work.
Carol Hardison: Skills honed in corporate world
Aiming to pursue fulfilling work and give back to the community, corporate execs are migrating to nonprofits. Here is the second of three PJ profiles.