El Pueblo: the Definition of Community
Rhetoric is important for the nonprofit sector, because it’s a means of getting “people to listen to their message.” El Pueblo has demonstrated the effectiveness of mission alignment to create safe environments that foster critical dialogues that lead to systemic change.
3.12.18 NC Nonprofit News
Housing for New Hope meets fundraising goal for their Hearts for Durham campaign, the Athenian Press & Workshops will celebrate their grand opening on March 25th, Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro kicks off their new season of Lunch & Learn at the Lusk Center, and more.
Serving the Servers
How do you connect with your community when your schedule is upside down? TIPS- This Is Proper Service bridges community activism and service industry lifestyles.
3.28.16 NC Nonprofit News
SAF celebrates National Farmworkers Awareness Week, LFANC to host annual Walk to End Lupus Now in Charlotte and Raleigh, Potters of the Piedmont Pottery Festival will take place April 9th, PJ and YNPN Triangle NC host a panel discussion for young nonprofit leaders, The John Rex Endowment gifts over $200,000 to several NC nonprofits, 24 Hours of Booty welcomes Val Camargo, and more.
2.1.16 NC Nonprofit News
SECU Foundation provides an interest-free construction loan of $660,000 to Gaston Residential Services, Hispanic League holds their 24th Annual Meeting, International House in Charlotte will hold an Immigrant and First Generation College Information Session, and more.
Smaller El Pueblo forges ahead
Despite the departure of its executive director and a major decline in fundraising, El Pueblo’s mission and direction remain intact, says Pablo Escobar, one of the organization’s interim leaders.
Funding woes, arguments stall El Pueblo
Amid budget troubles and the departure of its executive director, the statewide advocacy organization is stepping back just when the immigration debate is heating up.
Andrea Bazán receives national recognition
The president of the Triangle Community Foundation has been named chair of The National Council of La Raza and one of the most influential Latino leaders in the U.S.
Getting through growing pains
Community foundation president Andrea Bazán offers tips for maintaining mission and passion in a growing nonprofit.