March 2018 – NC Grants Roundup
NC Early Childhood Foundation receives a one-year grant of $85,000 from The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Housing for New Hope meets their fundraising goal for their Hearts for Durham campaign, local artists invited to apply for a Professional Development Grant for Artists sponsored by United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, and more.
3.5.18 NC Nonprofit News
GreenHill presents Beauty and the Beast, The NC Early Childhood Foundation receives a one-year grant from The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, The Wade Edwards Learning Lab asks "Are You Smarter Than a 10th Grader?", and more.
3.6.17 NC Nonprofit News
Student Action with Farmworkers celebrated its 25 year anniversary with an exhibit opening of Nuestras Historias, Nuestras Sueños / Our Stories, Our Dreams, The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina awarded $460,450 in Focus Area Grants to 13 regional projects, The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is celebrating its 23rd Reptile & Amphibian Day, 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.
8.15.16 NC Nonprofit News
St. Gerard House’s Feed the Need program receives $20,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Henderson County, designer Francis Bitonti speaks at The Mint Museum, Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency to host 3rd Annual 3K Sickle Cell Run/Walk, and more.
7.25.16 NC Nonprofit News
The NC Early Childhood Foundation receives a $325,000 grant from The Duke Endowment, Kendra K. Martin named Executive Director for United Way of Lee County, The National Folk Festival seeks 1000 Greensboro-area volunteers, and more.
2.15.16 NC Nonprofit News
OCAC to hold an Artists' Salon on February 19th, Nonprofit Town Hall meetings to be hosted throughout the state, NCECF receives several grants from ChildTrust and The Belk Foundation, Winston-Salem Community Foundation Luncheon to be held in May, Heart Math Tutoring receives a $5,000 anonymous gift, and more.