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.
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
3.28.16 NC Nonprofit News
SAF celebrates National Farmworkers Awareness Week, LFANC to host annual Walk to End Lupus Now in Charlotte and Raleigh, Potters of the Piedmont Pottery Festival will take place April 9th, PJ and YNPN Triangle NC host a panel discussion for young nonprofit leaders, The John Rex Endowment gifts over $200,000 to several NC nonprofits, 24 Hours of Booty welcomes Val Camargo, and more.
Reader survey launched for feedback to guide website, e-newsletter overhaul
Philanthropy Journal seeks your feedback through an online survey regarding ways we can improve our website and weekly e-newsletter. Submit your comments and give your favorite nonprofit a chance to win free advertising.
Managing Editor Named to Philanthropy Journal
We are pleased to announce that Jill Warren Lucas has been appointed as Managing Editor of the Philanthropy Journal, effective Oct. 29. Lucas will oversee the transformation of Philanthropy Journal to more effectively build the capacity of nonprofits and to foster a higher level of engagement between partners and stakeholders, both within the online publication and through a robust social media presence. Click the header to read more.
Philanthropy Journal Transitions
In order to ensure the Philanthropy Journal can continue its important mission of providing an independent voice as a champion for nonprofits and their supporters, the journal has undergone some necessary changes. What has not changed is our commitment to delivering news, information, and resources about charitable giving, fundraising, management, leadership, marketing and communications. Please click on the title to read more about PJ as it transitions.
Philanthropy Journal joins Institute for Nonprofits
The move, supported by a multi-year gift from the A.J. Fletcher Foundation, will strengthen the services the Journal and the Institute can provide to the nonprofit sector.
Progress Energy gift to help build law clinic
The law school at Campbell University plans to launch a clinic to provide legal services to underserved senior citizens.
Regional receive awards
Leadership Triangle recognizes four Goodmon Award recipients for their outstanding regional leadership.
King says nonprofits pay too little
Ousted last August as CEO of United Way of Central Carolinas over her compensation, Gloria Pace King says in an exclusive interview that she helped raise awareness about the need for better pay for nonprofit professionals.