A mutually beneficial relationship for RSVP volunteers and the organizations they serve
Want to improve your health? Volunteer. Those who serve with Raleigh’s Retired and Senior Volunteer Program say they enjoy many benefits to volunteering, including better health, as found in a study by United Health Group.
Senior at NC State University receives Community Impact Award
NC State senior Ellen Furby is among 19 North Carolina college students honored with the 2013 Community Impact Student Award. Furby leads Feed the Pack, a campus-based food pantry that is gaining national attention.
Making the most of National Philanthropy Day and Nonprofit Awareness Month
It’s Nonprofit Awareness Month — a great time to celebrate the hard work of nonprofits, volunteers and donors who make a difference in their communities and to give back yourself. Find local events near you throughout November.
Fathers Forever creates second chances for absent fathers
Children without fathers in their lives are more likely to develop behavioral disorders, low self-esteem and trust issues that continue into adulthood. Raleigh-based Fathers Forever bridges the gap to help absent fathers change their lives and their children’s.