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.
10.30.13 N.C. Nonprofit News
Johnson C. Smith University receives $2.5 million Duke Endowment grant for scholarships, the Watauga Crisis Assistance Network seeks to warm homes, Susan G. Komen gives awards to North Carolina contributors, and more.
11.07.12.: NC News Bits
GlaxoSmithKline partners with Food Bank, Kangaroo Express donates to NC National Guard soldiers, The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust announces NFP program, and more.
Johnson C. Smith awarded $35 million
The gift from The Duke Endowment will support science programs, scholarships and capital improvements, and is one of the biggest gifts ever to a historically black college or university.
Johnson C. Smith preparing for campaign
Realizing the vision of its president to transform the historically-black university into Charlotte’s ‘premier independent urban university’ could cost an estimated $500 million, with the school planning for its biggest fundraising campaign ever, a five-to-seven-year drive that has not yet set a goal.
Belk Foundation aims for impact
The Belk Foundation has hired its first full-time director and is sharpening its focus in an effort to be more strategic and mission-driven in its giving.
Johnson C. Smith gets $5.7 million gift
The historically-black university in Charlotte will use the money to launch two new efforts and fund scholarships and financial aid.
Duke Endowment gives over $200 million in 2008
The Duke Endowment awarded nearly 400 grants totaling $204.5 million to nonprofits throughout the Carolinas last year.