Wilmington event to address child hunger issues in coastal county
Community groups seek to empower youth to address local problems, including hunger among school-age children, as part of Saturday’s What Will You Bring to the Table? event in Wilmington.
Harrill steps aside to welcome new era of leadership at Communities in Schools North Carolina
Linda Harrill usually views January's National Mentoring Month as an opportunity for Communities in Schools North Carolina (CISNC) to further its outreach with at-risk students. That's still the case this year, but she's also using the time to prepare resources for her successor, Eric Hall, who will become the organization's second president and CEO on Feb. 1.
Place, Time and Philanthropy
The Changing Philanthropy Research Team wants to know what happens to philanthropic activity when people move to a new location. Their study of long term residents and recent transplants to the Cape Fear area of North Carolina is providing some answers.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association Teams with Partnership for a Healthier America
BCBSA and PHA partner to create 40 new Play Streets to encourage healthy among children and families in communities across America.
Giving by Florida foundations grows
The number of foundations in Florida, and their combined assets and grants, all grew by at least 30 percent between 2001 and 2006, a new report says.
Alabama funders’ giving trails asset growth
While the assets of Alabama foundations grew nearly 40 percent between 2001 and 2006, their grants grew only 13.2 percent, a new study says.