11.4.19 NC News
March of Dimes issues state-wide infant health report card, Voices Together hires fundraising executive John Mitterling, SweetPotato Commission makes Food Bank Thanksgiving donation, 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.
11.12.18 NC News
Currituck-Dare Community Foundation and Currituck-Dare Women's Fund award $25,405 in local grants, Arlan Hamilton of Backstage Capital speaks at the Innovate Raleigh Summit, and Communities in Schools of Durham seeks volunteers for Durham Performance Learning Center, and more.
10.2.17 NC Nonprofit News
Carolinas HealthCare System receives a $2 million charitable commitment from the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation, Marbles Kids Museum hosts its 10th Birthday Media Preview Party, arts and cultural organizations in all 100 North Carolina counties to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the North Carolina Arts Council in October, and more.
10.24.16 NC Nonprofit News
Strowd Roses, Inc. hosted a gathering at the Gene Strowd Community Rose Garden to celebrate 15 years of grantmaking, The Guilford Green Foundation will host a masquerade ball, All Hallow’s Takeover, on October 29th, Google for Nonprofits will host an event on November 11th at the Marbles Kids Museum for nonprofits, 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.
12.21.15 NC Nonprofit News
Eastwood Homes raised $58,000 for Levine Children's Hospital at their annual Charity Golf Outing, Freedom House will expand its residential treatment program into Reidsville, Burning Coal Theatre Company’s new Director of Education will be teaching a class in Public Speaking for Professionals, and more.
Pitt County nonprofit a family affair
First Born Community Development Center provides food, clothing and nutrition education to roughly 500 families a month, or 1,500 individuals, in 21 rural communities in Pitt County.