12.2.19 NC News
Wells Fargo awards $225,000 to support communities affected by Hurricane Dorian, United Arts Council has named Charles Phaneuf the organization's next president, WGU North Carolina offers new Salute to the Armed Forces Scholarships, and more.
11.25.19 NC News
SECU Foundation awards $1 million grant to Addiction Recovery Care Association, Urban Ministries of Wake County raises $107,000 at Stone Soup Supper event, Triad Health Project to host film screening in honor of World AIDS day, and more.
8.12.19 NC News
BB&T Charitable Fund awards Old Salem $250,000 multi-year, unrestricted grant, The Collider moves to a volunteer-led collaborative network, Burning Coal Theatre tocelebrate Oakwood Cemetery turning 150 years old this Fall, and more.
7.22.19 NC News
John William Pope Foundation seeks grant applicants, Women's Center of Wake County opens community garden, Closing the Hunger Gap conference comes to Raleigh, and more.
5.27.19 NC News
Reynolds American awards United Way of Forsyth County $20,000, Todd Desgrosseillers joins the board of directors for Camp Corral, applications are now open for Leadership North Carolina Class XXVII, and more.
4.29.19 NC News
Duke University receives a $4 million grant from the Duke Endowment to hire new faculty with global perspectives and expertise, Orange County Arts Commission and Triangle ArtWorks host Alex Lehmann for his “Shoebox Accounting” program, The Barnabas Network will host Chair Affair 2019, and more.
4.15.19 NC News
The Winston-Salem Foundation awards four Community Grants totaling $66,100, MDC launches the new Passing Gear Philanthropy Institute, Durham Rescue Mission to host their Annual Easter Community Dinner and Easter Basket Give-away, and more.
4.8.19 NC News
Boy Scout Daniel Williams fills 400 backpacks for Healing Transitions’ long-term recovery program, State Archives of North Carolina seeks volunteers to transcribe records of men enlisted during World War I, Jazz Arts Initiative is now JazzArts Charlotte, and more.
4.1.19 NC News
Eno River Farmers Market gets grant from Carolina Farm Credit, Peter Buffett comes to the Carolina Theater, Governor Cooper declares North Carolina as an Employment First State, Special Olympics NC hosts 2019 Plane Pull, and more.
3.25.19 NC News
U.S. veterans to receive free pharmacogenetic testing donation-funded program, Carvers Creek State Park names new superintendent, North Carolina Community Foundation seeks grant applications throughout the state, Potters of the Piedmont Pottery Festival happens in April, and more.