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.
10.08.2018 US News Bits
Pro-Vision receives a $450,000 gift from The Robert and Janice McNair Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation names their 2018 MacArthur Fellows, Johnson & Johnson Vision launches worldwide campaign to #spotlightsight in honor of World Sight Day, and more.
8.20.18 US News
Ballmer Group announced a $59 million, five-year commitment to Social Solutions, The 9th annual Apollo In the Hamptons was held on August 11th, The 31st Annual National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon will take place on November 1st, and more.
8.13.18 US News
Helen’s Hope Chest received a $10,000 grant from the Mesa HoHoKams, Daryl Newell was named President of Seaway, Good Grief will kick off the 12th season of Nights of Support this September, and more.
7.23.18 US News
The Cancer Support Community partners with Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, Green Structure Homes of Alabama donates new building materials, Baseball for All offers player fee scholarships, and more.
6.11.18 US Nonprofit News
Habitat for Humanity of Collin County received a grant award, The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures announced Brendan Connell, Jr. as its new Chief Operating Officer, Alliance for Justice’s Justice First! Luncheon will be on June 18th, and more.
6.4.18 US Nonprofit News
Open Medicine Foundation received a $1 million anonymous pledge, Guitars Over Guns was named a 2018 Marlins Charity Partner, The 2018 Sing for Hope Pianos will be placed in New York City public schools this week, and more.
11.13.17 US Nonprofit News
A Walk on Water hosts its sixth bi-coastal event of the 2017 season, Communities Foundation of Texas launches CFT for Business, eleven cities across the U.S. to receive close to a million dollars for sustainability efforts, and more.
Death is Taboo, but Good Grief is Normalizing it for Kids
Ninety percent of children will experience the loss of someone they know before the age of 20. Yet in 2017, we still fall short in talking openly about death in ways that are meaningful to children. Good Grief’s mission is attempting to change the culture around death and provide children with the resources they need.