3.12.18 US Nonprofit News
The International African American Museum receives $350,000 pledge from SunTrust Bank Charitable Irrevocable Trust, the city of Los Angeles and national civil rights leaders commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of Chavez's 25-day water-only fast, the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU presents the U.S. premiere of Stranded in Shanghai: Arthur Rothstein’s Photographs of the Hongkew Ghetto, 1946, and more.
8.28.17 US Nonprofit News
UnitedHealthcare donates 26 bicycles to students at Rocky Mountain Prep – Creekside Elementary School, the Isaac Bruce Foundation and the Buddy Fund partners to fund a weight room renovation at Carnahan High School of the Future, Univision Communications donates 57 Latin American works of art to the Frost Art Museum, 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.
1.30.17 US Nonprofit News
Rhode Island State Council on the Arts provides a $249,000 State Cultural Facilities Grant to Riverzedge Arts, the MdBio Foundation unveils its new Mobile eXploration Lab, the Chicago Urban League will host a youth employment hearing on January 30th, and more.
1.17.17 US Nonprofit News
The Boston Foundation to receive an anticipated $28 million donation, the Council on Foundations selects 24 promising philanthropic leaders to participate in the fourth Career Pathways Program, American Water opens applications for the 2017 Environmental Grant Program awards, and more.
12.5.16 US Nonprofit News
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation marked the organization’s 50th anniversary by establishing the Open Rivers Fund, Habitat for Humanity launches Habitat Humanitarians, applications are open for the BUILD Health Challenge, and more.
11.21.16 US Nonprofit News
The Archives of American Art receive the Don Tyson Prize, Women for Services for the UnderServed and Outside the Wire present an scenes from Euripides’ Medea, Gulf Coast Community Foundation will select 25 individuals to participate in the Gulf Coast Board Institute, and more.
11.14.16 US Nonprofit News
California State University San Marcos received a $200,000 grant from the Stuart Foundation, which will be used to launch a campaign, ART=OPPORTUNITY. The Alaska FFA Association won the 2016 FFA Hunger Heroes Challenge which encouraged students to donate meals to local communities, and more.
5.23.16 US Nonprofit News
WSF awards $194,250 in funding to 40 organizations , Chester County Fund for Women and Girls ' 2016 Girls Advisory Board is now open, Cecily Sommers to speak at PMDMC, NEA Chairman Jane Chu approves more than $82 million to fund local arts projects, and more.
5.2.16 US Nonprofit News
Valspar provides $2.5 million in cash and product donations to support 51 local Habitat for Humanity organizations in 16 states, the Sidney Hillman Foundation awards their 2016 Hillman Prize, WaterStep prepares for Ecuador earthquake response, and more.