3.27.17 US Nonprofit News
Kraft Heinz will collaborate with several nonprofit partners including Rise Against Hunger to donate 1 billion nutritious meals to people in need by 2021, The Medica Foundation makes more than $1.2 million in grants, Border Angels holds March Advanced Water Drop, and more.
5.23.16 US Nonprofit News
WSF awards $194,250 in funding to 40 organizations , Chester County Fund for Women and Girls ' 2016 Girls Advisory Board is now open, Cecily Sommers to speak at PMDMC, NEA Chairman Jane Chu approves more than $82 million to fund local arts projects, and more.
3.21.16 US Nonprofit News
The Johnson Center for Philanthropy and the Council of Michigan Foundations to begin Grantmaking Webinar Series in April, Public Media Development and Marketing Conference to take place in August, Higher Achievement receives a three-year $1.89 million grant, Services for the Underserved receives $1.2 million, and more.
11.02.15 US Nonprofit News
YPM and other teens in Atlanta work to build a shelter for homeless youth, ALTSO raises over $500,000 at its annual Rocktoberfest Hedge fund event in NYC and Chicago, New York Life will donate $20,000 to aid wildfire relief efforts, The deadline to submit a letter of interest for The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage 2016 Project grants cycle is approaching, Blackbaud appoints a new Chief Technology Officer, and more.
6.29.15 US Nonprofit News
Disney and Out & Equal Workplace Advocates host the LGBT Equality Institute, The Watermill Center establishes Inga Maren Otto Fellowship, The Women Donors Network announces Reflective Democracy Innovators program, and more.
6.22.15 US Nonprofit News
WaterStep sends 100 M-100 water purifiers to Nepal, Citi celebrates 10th annual Global Community Day, NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network opens registration for the 2015 Leading Change Summit, and more.
5.4.15 US Nonprofit News
AbilityFirst sets fundraising goal to $750,000, $5 million dollars was awarded in grants to 4 school districts by The Big Lift Initiative, Silicon Valley Foundation, the Harold Grinspoon Foundation has contributed more than $13 million in grants to Jewish camps, and more.