3.21.16 US Nonprofit News
The Johnson Center for Philanthropy and the Council of Michigan Foundations to begin Grantmaking Webinar Series in April, Public Media Development and Marketing Conference to take place in August, Higher Achievement receives a three-year $1.89 million grant, Services for the Underserved receives $1.2 million, and more.
8.10.15 US Nonprofit News
The Valspar Foundation donates $20,000 to the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh to support STEM education and career development programs for students, The Western Center on Law and Poverty has compiled the Western Center Sources Reference Guide, Partnership With Native Americans has launched a 100-day supply drive for Native Americans living on remote and isolated reservations, and more.
7.20.15 US Nonprofit News
The 2015 National Conference on Philanthropic Planning will take place on October 21st-23rd in Orlando, Hopewell, a therapeutic farm community for adults with mental illness, has just introduced a new, mobile-friendly website, the First Response Team of America recognized Lowe's for its $750,000 donation to aid the team's disaster relief efforts , and more.
02.07.13.: US News Bits
UJA-Federation of New York receives grant for Sandy relief, International Women’s Media Foundation hires new executive director, Nestlé calls for Prize in Creating Shared Value nominees, and more.
08.30.12.: US News Bits
American Conference on Diversity receives grant, Minnesota Council on Foundations announces new research, Executive Director of the American Anthropological Association retires, and more.
Effort aims to develop community health leaders
With research projecting a massive turnover in nonprofit leadership because of retirement and burnout, the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro has teamed up with the biggest national health-care foundation to develop a new generation of community health leaders.
Funders team up to boost social change
A new effort aims to spur social change by making successful programs more widely available to the communities that need them.
New health-policy effort launched
The $7.2 million project aims to help policymakers identify the health-related consequences of their decisions.
Health funders invest in nursing
The latest $2.2 million from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Northwest Health Foundation will be awarded to local foundations across the U.S.
Partnership targets community-health leadership
The Center for Creative Leadership and the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust are teaming up to train the next generation of community-health leaders in Eastern North Carolina.