7.18.16 US Nonprofit News
Staples and Boys & Girls Clubs of America are teaming up to help prevent summer learning loss for thousands of kids and teens, Schwab Charitable donated $1.2 billion in grants in 2016, Travels Foundation donated $1 million toward disaster response for Team Rubicon, and more
7.5.16 US Nonprofit News
AmeriCares is sending medicine, first aid supplies and safe drinking water for families affected by the flooding in West Virginia, JPMorgan Chase & Co. donated $175,000 to support Baltimore' YouthWorks summer youth employment, National Park Foundation works to raise $2 million needed to launch the Stonewall National Monument, and more
4.25.16 US Nonprofit News
The CFNWCT has awarded $10,400 to local organizations, AiP Conference on Philanthropy will be held in May, EnCorps launches a scholarship program, Lord & Taylor raise funds for Habitat for Humanity, Goldman Environmental Foundation award 6 for their grassroots efforts, Johns S and James L Knight Foundation awarded $5 million for 37 projects, and more.
1.11.16 NC Nonprofit News
Durham's Partnership for Children received donations of over 3,000 books from Barnes & Noble at Southpoint, Student Action with Farmworkers has released their I Am, I See, I Think, I Wonder documentary, The Lupus Foundation of America NC Chapter will host a Kickoff Rally in support of its 8th Annual Walk to End Lupus Now: Raleigh event, and more.
1.4.16 US Nonprofit News
The Mott Foundation award $600,000 to assist Genesee County residents with basic needs, the Legacy Foundation received the 2015 Prudential Leadership Awards for Exceptional Nonprofit Boards, FACE Africa will host their 7th Annual WASH Gala in New York City in commemoration of United Nations World Water Day, and more.
10.5.15 NC Nonprofit News
The Longleaf Collective launches inaugural grant application, Benevolence Farm to host 3rd Annual Second Chance Dine and Dance, Prevention Partners to hold second annual Healthy Together NC Summit, WomenNC selects five students for Commission on the Status of Women Fellowship, and more.
New technologies boost Haiti aid efforts
In an unplanned and impromptu test, innovative uses of new technologies showed early promise in aiding relief efforts after the earthquake in Haiti a year ago, a new study says.
Knight Foundation: Extending the reach
Through the use of social media, the Knight Foundation is reaching more and different people and ideas, a strategy it believes is critical in spurring the innovation required to strengthen the communities it serves.
Funders aim to spur local Chicago news
A new grant program aims to boost innovative local news coverage and consumption in the Chicago area.
N.C. Dance Theatre prepares for new home
Thanks to a $1.5 million grant from the Knight Foundation and a $2.5 million grant from the Campaign for Cultural Facilities, the Charlotte troupe has begun construction of a new facility.