5.20.19 US News
The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission receives a $1 million contribution from the National Football League, Developmental Disabilities Institute partners with students of Vic D’Amore’s American Studio of Performing Arts to produce Dancing for Autism, Big Plans: Picturing Social Reform will open at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum this June, and more.
3.18.19 US News
Actress Elizabeth Banks helps raise $380,000 for the Center for Reproductive Rights, Journeys footwear retailer fits nearly 900 for teens in Nashville with new shoes, Pajama Program forms a Good Night Advisory Council, and more.
1.21.19 US News
Indiana University alumnus Doug Hamilton and his partner of 35 years, Don Vossburg, create new $2.2 million scholarship for LGBTQ students, IEG names Peter Laatz as its new Global Managing Director, Keep America Beautiful is teaming up to help mobilize affiliate organizations and volunteers across the country to clean up these shared public spaces during shutdown, and more.
12.17.18 US News
Cal State LA receives three grants totaling $3.7 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs, Husson University AmeriCorps Team builds window inserts for low-income households, Intel exceeds its 50th anniversary volunteer goal, and more.
10.15.18 US News
Stanford receives nearly $250 million in recent gifts, the Council on Foundations appoints Kathleen P. Enright as new President and CEO, Alliance Healthcare Foundation launches Request for Proposal to establish the Valley Wellness Foundation, and more.
5.21.18 US Nonprofit News
The Gruber Foundation awarded $1.5 million to scientists, Aisha Alexander joined Meyer Foundation as Senior Director, Innovation Enterprise’s Digital Publishing Innovation Summit will take place July 18th and 19th in New York, and more.
3.12.18 US Nonprofit News
The International African American Museum receives $350,000 pledge from SunTrust Bank Charitable Irrevocable Trust, the city of Los Angeles and national civil rights leaders commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of Chavez's 25-day water-only fast, the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU presents the U.S. premiere of Stranded in Shanghai: Arthur Rothstein’s Photographs of the Hongkew Ghetto, 1946, and more.
1.8.18 US Nonprofit News
Power Monitors, Inc. donate $20,003.50 to the American Red Cross,New Horizons Board of Directors appoints John C. Brauer as President and CEO, Palm Healthcare Foundation to hold its first annual Train the Brain “Better Health” campaign, and more.
7.10.17 US Nonprofit News
15 American Academy of Family Physicians Chapters each received a $5,000 grant, Accountability Counsel named Gary Cookhorn to the organization’s board of directors, StoryCenter will host a digital storytelling workshop at Hayward Public Library, and more.
5.29.17 US Nonprofit News
The H&M Foundation donates $20.5 million to three new Global Programs, National Charity League, Inc. launches its new brand campaign “We Are,” the Ellen MacArthur Foundation in partnership with leading global innovation firm NineSigma, launches the Circular Materials Challenge, and more.