5.20.19 US News
The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission receives a $1 million contribution from the National Football League, Developmental Disabilities Institute partners with students of Vic D’Amore’s American Studio of Performing Arts to produce Dancing for Autism, Big Plans: Picturing Social Reform will open at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum this June, and more.
2.11.19 US News
Guidestar and the Foundation Center merge to form Candid, Airstream matches donations up to $25,000 given to the National Forest Foundation to support Campsite Cleanup Campaign, Central Scholarship's first Executive Director, Margie Black Warres, dies at age 100, Young People's Chorus of New York City hosts Annual Gala Benefit Concert and Dinner in March, and more.
9.11.17 US Nonprofit News
Audre Lorde Project hosts their 19th annual Chillin N' Grillin' BBQ, Painters and Allied Trades for Children’s Hope Foundation to donate up to $10,000 to support the National Alliance on Mental Illness' Ending the Silence program, Pasadena Latino Coalition names Roberta Martinez their new Chair, and more.
6.12.17 US Nonprofit News
Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography at ArtCenter received a $2 million gift, Developmental Disabilities was selected as a 2017-2018 National Association of Special Education Teachers School of Excellence, Hayward Public Library will host a free Digital Storytelling Workshop June 16th-17th, and more.
2.8.16 US Nonprofit News
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America receives $1.3 million in fundraising support from Nerium Ripple Foundation, Over $4 million raised for Barrow Neurological Foundation at the 2016 Barrow Grand Ball, Leon County Humane Society and Wounded Warrior Project both receive a $1,000 donation from Partners in Association Management staff, and more.
Group pushes intergenerational funding
To better address issues that cut across generational lines, Generations United is recommending a holistic grantmaking approach that pools resources to foster lasting change.