4.4.16 NC Nonprofit News
Foundation For The Carolinas raises $1.78 billion in 2015, Kidznotes receives capacity building grant of $37,300 from the John Rex Endowment, Durham Rescue Mission holds its Annual Easter Community Dinner, Winston-Salem Heart & Stroke Walk to hold a celebration for National Walking Day, Activate Good to host a "Triangle Military, Veterans, & Families Volunteering Together" social in Raleigh and more.
2.22.16 NC Nonprofit News
WomenNC's annual Global-to-Local Forum nears, ArtsGreensboro is accepting applications for the 2016-2017 grant year, YNPN Triangle's #NonprofitStrong conference will be held in April, NC Center for Nonprofits hires a transition search committee, Crisis Control Ministries receives help from Food Lion, and more.
6.1.15 NC Nonprofit News
Durham's Partnership for Children received $1.77 million in an Early Head Start- Child Care grant, NC Museum of History will be highlighting Eastern North Carolina musicians who influenced funk, the Block Gallery will open June 4, Make-A-Wish Eastern NC granted its 3000th wish, the Carolina Kids Classic Charity Golf Tournament will benefit the Ronald McDonald House Chapel Hill, and more.
Three agencies honored with 2013 Nonprofit Sector Stewardship Award
The N.C. Center for Nonprofits presents its highest honor, the 2013 Nonprofit Sector Stewardship Award, to three exceptional organizations during its annual statewide conference.
Conference honor helps nonprofit boost awareness and increase service
Cape Fear Literacy Center leverages increased recognition from the Nonprofit Sector Stewardship Award from the N.C. Center for Nonprofits to launch a capital campaign to expand its Wilmington, N.C., facility and expand services to adult learners.
NC nonprofits fared well overall in this round of state tax changes
Nonprofit tax exemptions and incentives for charitable giving are at the heart of the bill overhauling North Carolina’s tax system, which Governor Pat McCrory signed into law last week.
Proposed budget offers mixed news for North Carolina nonprofits
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory released his budget proposal for the next two years. Overall, the 323-page proposal – which includes a 2 percent increase in state spending for next year– offers mixed news for nonprofits.
Grant proposals require clarity, logic, details
Writing applications for grants has become a strategic task that requires understanding funders and making a clear and compelling case, supported by evidence, that the program or project the grant will fund will be effective in addressing a particular problem or need.
Three nonprofits honored at statewide conference
The Davidson Housing Coalition, Disability Rights North Carolina and Partnership for Children of Cumberland County each received the Nonprofit Sector Stewardship Award, presented by the N.C. Center for Nonprofits.
Migliore joins N.C. Community Foundation
The former director for collaboration and training at the N.C. Center for Nonprofits will lead and coordinate a statewide team for the foundation in the area of affiliate and donors services, scholarships and grantmaking.