12.12.16 NC Nonprofit News
Rhoda Thalhimer Endowed Chair of American Art at Virginia Commonwealth University Robert Hobbs examined the work of Lee Krasner, Helen Frankenthaler, and Joan Mitchell in a free public lecture at the Mint Museum, The John Rex Endowment named grant awards totaling more than $179,000 for injury prevention and nonprofit capacity building, BEST NC released their new online resource to monitor and improve the health of the state’s education-to-workforce pipeline, and more.
11.7.16 NC Nonprofit News
Triangle North Healthcare Foundation awarded over $200,000 to local nonprofit and governmental organizations, Organizing Against Racism for the Racial Equity Institute will host community forum on November 12th, Golden LEAF will donate $2 million to local organizations to provide emergency bridge loans to small businesses and farms affected by Hurricane Matthew 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.
9.6.16 NC Nonprofit News
State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation gifted a $1.8 million challenge for the SECU Center for MemoryCare, Fayetteville Technical Community College received a $15,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation to support qualifying students enrolled in a machining-based training program, the 2016 North Carolina Center for Nonprofits Conference will be held from September 21st to the 23rd, featuring FailFest and more
8.1.16 NC Nonprofit News
Duke Energy Foundation awards North Carolina Central University $135,000, Michael Jordan donates $1 million contributions to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and the Institute for Community-Police Relations, Triangle Community Foundation will be moving their office from the American Tobacco campus in downtown Durham to The Frontier in the fall, and more
Golden LEAF’s allocation cut
North Carolina lawmakers this summer voted to siphon $17.5 million a year, for two years, from the amount due the foundation as part of a court settlement with tobacco companies.
Gerlach to lead Golden LEAF
The top economic adviser to Gov. Mike Easley will take over the $700 million Golden LEAF foundation on Oct. 1.