5.6.19 NC News
Winston-Salem State University and Johnson C. Smith University receive $100,000 American Heart Association grants, Forsyth Futures names Adam Hill Executive Director, the LGBTQ Center of Durham’s Host Home Program will present 1st Annual Home Host Symposium, and more.
9.10.18 NC News
The Housing Opportunity Foundation awards $64,999.70 to 15 area local nonprofits and eight area Habitat for Humanity agencies, United Way of Central Carolinas selects Laura Clark as new President and Chief Executive Officer, NC Rural Center to host Zero Barriers Policy Roundtables in seven towns, and more.
11.6.17 NC Nonprofit News
ShaLeigh Dance Works to unveil its second evening-length work, I Promise, December 15th-17th, the Emily K Center holds its first Family Night of the year for its students with support from JP Morgan Chase & Co. and volunteers from IBM, friends of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina to match donations up to $56,000, and more.
2.13.17 NC Nonprofit News
The State Employees' Credit Union Foundation Board of Directors announced a $2 million grant for the SECU Family House at UNC Hospitals, International House announced that Associate Director Rusty Reynolds will be taking over as executive director of the organization, The African American Community Foundation is hosting a grant writing seminar on March 1st in Charlotte and more
7.18.16 NC Nonprofit News
The MIX 101.5/WRAL-TV BackPack Buddies MediaThon raised more than $200,000 and 10,000 pounds of for Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote will join NCSU Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity as Director of the Women's Center, Activate Good will hold a Summer Social and Open House, and more
3.14.16 NC Nonprofit News
Raleigh Arts Commission is accepting nominations for the 2016 Medal of Arts awards, VAE puts out a call for art for its May exhibition, NC Philanthropy Conference will be held on August 18th, Camden County awarded $200,000 by the Golden LEAF Foundation, NC Center for Nonprofits and the Triangle Community Foundation will host a Nonprofit Town Hall in April, and more.
Growing food for the hungry
A local food shuttle and garden center have launched a campaign to encourage Triangle residents to plant extra produce for their hungry neighbors.
Day of volunteering set for Oct. 11
The annual Triangle Impact Day provides residents with hands-on service activities at nonprofits throughout the area.