Documentary on giving to air Nov. 9
The hour-long show, which will air on UNC-TV at 10 p.m., features stories about how North Carolinians give back to their communities.
The magic of youth giving
The 2009 North Carolina Youth Giving Summit drew over 200 young philanthropists for a powerful display of the state’s youth philanthropy movement.
Philanthropy workshop set for Wilmington
The one-day session presented by NCGives and the Center for Community Action will address building community through philanthropy.
Youth givers to gather in Greensboro
On October 17, more than 200 teens from across North Carolina will convene to discuss strategies for giving away more than $60,000.
Giving is the heartbeat of community
With the Philanthropy Journal’s Giving and Community page, you will have the opportunity to celebrate regularly the many heartbeats throughout North Carolina that power community.
Giving dips in N.C., but outpaces U.S.
While giving by North Carolina taxpayers who itemize deductions dipped slightly to $5.4 billion 2006, they remain more generous than Americans as a whole, a new study says.
Giving circle readies for first grant cycle
Members of the Women’s Giving Circle of Fayetteville are educating themselves on community issues in preparation for their first round of grants, to be awarded in June 2009.
Community funders target underserved givers
Fourteen community foundations throughout North Carolina have teamed up to better engage givers who traditionally have operated outside organized philanthropy.
Youth gather to begin grants process
More than 300 young people will convene in Greensboro Oct. 25 to begin the process of awarding more than $160,000 in grants.
Americans give in every season
Over 61 million U.S. residents volunteered a total of nearly 3.2 billion hours in 2006, keeping our society functioning year-round.