2.12.18 NC Nonprofit News
The Durham Arts Council names the 2018 recipients of the Ella Fountain Pratt Emerging Artists Grants, The Barnabas Network elects new board members, Foundation For The Carolinas opens the 2018 Longleaf Fund grant cycle and more.
May 2017 – NC Grant News Roundup
The NC Grant News Roundup is part of a new initiative for Philanthropy Journal. Each month we will publish a curated list of grant specific news for North Carolina.
5.1.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Durham Rescue Mission held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the James T. Ball, Jr. Family Student Housing, MiracleFeet received a $5 million grant from the Oak Foundation over five years to help end the disability caused by untreated clubfoot in low-income countries, The Triangle Race for the Cure will be on May 6th at the Frontier Research Triangle Park, and more
10.10.12.: NC News Bits
IBM supports CISNC early learning initiatives, Autism Society of NC receives grant, Band Together NC names new board members, and RAFI-USA announces grant, and more.
Levine Museum gets challenge grant
The Levine Museum of the New South has nearly doubled its goal of raising $350,000 in its 20th anniversary year, raising over $635,000 since last fall, and received a challenge grant from The Leon Levine Foundation that could total $3 million over 10 years.
Funder gives $20 million for cancer center
The Leon Levine Foundation in Charlotte has given $20 million to Carolinas HealthCare System to launch a cancer institute spanning 32 local hospitals.
Critical needs fund moves to United Way
The Critical Needs Response Fund has a new home at United Way of Central Carolinas and received a $1 million challenge grant from the Levine Foundation.
Charlotte arts facilities drive raises $83 million
A $15 million gift from the Leon Levine Foundation and a $5 million gift from Duke Energy in honor of Sandra and Leon Levine helped the effort meet its goal. Additional public support totaled $158 million.
Funders team up for cancer research
Eight philanthropic groups are giving $5.7 million to support clinical trials by the Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Center at Levine Children’s Hospital.
Leon Levine Foundation funds Israel trips
The Leon Levine Foundation has given $130,000 to the Birthright Israel Foundation, a gift that will be matched by the Birthright Israel Foundation and let 80 young Jewish adults from Charlotte visit Israel.