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
4.24.17 NC Nonprofit News
United Way of Henderson County seeks volunteers throughout the community for their annual Day of Caring on May 13th, The Center for Craft Creativity and Design names recipients of the 2017 Windgate Fellowship for art, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity celebrates the start of the final three houses in its "Shiloh: Let’s Build!" campaign, and more.
2.6.17 NC Nonprofit News
Activate Good has opened up pre-registration in the Triangle area for groups and companies to take part in volunteer projects, The Duke Endowment announced a 4 year, $3.7 million grant to Children's Home Society, The American Heart Association recognizes their 2017 Healthy Heart Champions Award finalists, and more.
11.28.16 NC Nonprofit News
The Smithsonian's “Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation” opens at the City of Raleigh Museum, 100 Women Who Give a Hoot donations for 2016 exceede $45,000, The Durham Rescue Mission hosts Annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner, and more.
07.10.13: N.C. News Bits
Marbles receives gift from Duke Energy Foundation; SECU Foundation opens Crystal Coast Hospice House; Miraclefeet names new director of programs; Greenhill Center rebrands; AFP chapters call for award nominations, and more.
05.29.13: N.C. News Bits
A.J. Fletcher Foundation releases Year in Review report; WRAL hosts telethon to raise money for tornado relief; Junior League of Raleigh receives award; Community Foundation of Henderson County calls for grant applications, and more.