8.14.17 US Nonprofit News
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented more than $2.8 million dollars in donations at its annual Grants Banquet, Katherine Kinane and Kathleen Weinstein were named to the executive committee of the Women & Girls Fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, Nominations are open for DMN's 40 Under 40 awards, and more.
6.26.17 US Nonprofit News
Ruby's Inn raised $700,000 for the Bryce Canyon National History Association, Doug Herbert was inducted as a “Legend of Thunder Valley," Help for Children will present the 10th annual New York Golf Day in July, and more.
9.6.16 NC Nonprofit News
State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation gifted a $1.8 million challenge for the SECU Center for MemoryCare, Fayetteville Technical Community College received a $15,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation to support qualifying students enrolled in a machining-based training program, the 2016 North Carolina Center for Nonprofits Conference will be held from September 21st to the 23rd, featuring FailFest and more
Linking Interactive Education to Environmental Conservation for Avian Protection
By working with the public and emphasizing the consequences of destroying the natural environment, Sylvan Heights Bird Park has been able to educate other animal protection agencies and individuals on the connections between the health of the earth, animal protection, and human health.
Kinnaird seeks community-based groups to support voter rights effort
Former NC Sen. Ellie Kinnard resigns from Legislature with goal of working with nonprofits and grassroots organizations to ensure that citizens obtain mandated voter identification cards. “This is a personal, neighborhood effort, and that’s where nonprofits really have impact,” Kinnaird says.
Statewide AFP conference set
Three North Carolina AFP chapters will host a statewide philanthropy conference in Durham on Aug. 7.
North Carolina nonprofits serving women and children
Women traditionally give their time, talent and treasure to nonprofits that support women and children. Here’s a list of nonprofits in the state that serve women and children.
Dubester leaves Hispanics in Philanthropy
Ilana Dubester has stepped down as program coordinator of Hispanics in Philanthropy in North Carolina, a role she held for almost five years.
State sees some progress in child well-being
North Carolina has made slight improvements in child well-being but still lags significantly behind other states, a new study says.
Arts groups tune up for planned giving
The Greater Charlotte Cultural Trust aims to help partner groups of the Arts & Science Council prepare themselves to build their endowments.