3.4.19 NC News
Wi-Fi hotspots coming to Robeson County, FailFest allows nonprofits to celebrate epic fails, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity celebrates women builders, and more.
2.11.19 NC News
The Forsyth Promise receives $150,000 from StriveTogether, Corinth Holders High School welcomes Veda Tucker from Rachel's Challenge, Stephanie Trunzo, Global Head of IBM Cloud Garage, to accept CEDAW award at WomenNC gala, and more.
11.12.18 NC News
Currituck-Dare Community Foundation and Currituck-Dare Women's Fund award $25,405 in local grants, Arlan Hamilton of Backstage Capital speaks at the Innovate Raleigh Summit, and Communities in Schools of Durham seeks volunteers for Durham Performance Learning Center, and more.
4.16.18 NC Nonprofit News
The NCTech4Good Conference comes to The Solution Center in Durham, The Family Care Center of Catawba Valley raises 14k, The Currituck-Dare Community Foundation names two new advisory board members, and more.
3.5.18 NC Nonprofit News
GreenHill presents Beauty and the Beast, The NC Early Childhood Foundation receives a one-year grant from The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, The Wade Edwards Learning Lab asks "Are You Smarter Than a 10th Grader?", and more.
10.23.17 NC Nonprofit News
Director Allen Smart releases the first blog post in support of Campbell University's new Rural Philanthropy Analysis project, the Susan G. Komen North Carolina Foundation Triangle to the Coast to hold its 4th Annual Finding Solutions Through Science, Scholars and Survivors Research Luncheon on November 9th, the town of Windsor receives a $500,000 grant from the Golden Leaf Foundation of Rocky Mount for a new public library, and more.
8.21.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation awards $1,440 in local grants, Chatham, Durham and Rowan counties join the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, The Youth Justice Project launches steering committee, and more.
Showing Up: A Community Who Cares
While Read and Feed provides meals and tutoring to Kindergarten and elementary school children, it is so much more than a literacy program.
03.06.13: NC News Bits
WakeMed Health & Hospitals and Wake Tech partner with Read and Feed, Greensboro Housing Coalition launches Pete Street program, Ray Price Harley-Davidson hosts fundraiser for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation and more.
Wake women award $130,000 in grants
Urban Ministries, Read and Feed and SAFEchild each received a grant from the Women’s Network of Wake County during its latest grant cycle.