6.17.19 NC News
Blue Ridge Humane society receives grant from the Community Foundation of Henderson County, Durham Bulls fans learn CPR, Teen Cancer America hosts North Carolina premiere of "Cancer Rebellion" film, and more.
10.31.16 US Nonprofit News
The Environmental Media Association hosts 26th Annual EMA Awards, the Council on Foundations' 2017 Annual Conference will be held in Dallas, April 23rd-26th, and more.
Blueprint embraces, guards supporting role
Even as it strikes out as an independent nonprofit, the Raleigh-based organization will continue to work behind the scenes to help its member nonprofits gain visibility and influence.
Group urges asset-building
Asset-building, a key strategy in helping all North Carolinians attain prosperity, should be a focus of state policymakers, a new report says.
Center pushes to keep estate tax
President-elect Barack Obama’s proposal to slash the estate tax would hurt working families in North Carolina, says the Budget & Tax Center at the North Carolina Justice Center.
Fletcher promotes Deremia Johnson
With almost five years at the A.J. Fletcher Foundation under her belt, Deremia Johnson is taking on a higher-profile role with the Raleigh-based funder.
State urged to innovate, despite economy
Lawmakers can improve government efficiency and quality of life in North Carolina despite the credit crunch, a taxpayer advocacy group says.
Growth seen straining public services
North Carolina’s rapid population growth is stretching the tax revenue needed for schools and transportation, a new study says.
‘Defenders of Justice’ named
In recognition of their efforts to create a fairer North Carolina, several individuals and groups will receive awards from the N.C. Justice Center.
Justice Center aims to broaden support
The biggest statewide advocacy group serving North Carolina’s working poor has expanded to try to keep pace with the rising demand for services.