5.29.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Duke Energy Foundation awards $15,000 to The Hill Center of Durham, Project SEARCH Wake holds its first graduation for nine interns, the East Durham Children's Initiative seeks volunteers to serve lunch at its community Summer Lunch program, and more.
4.10.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Hispanic League held its first 2017 FaithAction ID Drive Friday on March 31st, The John Rex Endowment has given three grants totaling more than $120,000 to support nonprofit capacity building, The 24 Foundation is holding their fourth annual "Pink to Drink" cancer fundraiser on April 20th at Sugar Creek Brewing Company, and more
8.8.16 NC Nonprofit News
Special Olympics North Carolina to host Over the Edge, Habitat for Humanity of Wake County names new members and officers to their the Board of Directors, The United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County awards more than $18,000 in grants to local artists, 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.
11.20.13 N.C. Nonprofit News
SAFEchild raises more than $217,000 to prevent child abuse, The Duke Endowment selects a new vice president, ActivateGood kicks off a volunteering pledge drive on Giving Tuesday, ASU students turn the Hunger Games into a canned food drive, and more.
Children’s advocacy center plans to expand
SAFEchild’s facility, which opened in October 2010 and conducts medical evaluations of children who had been sexually or physically abused, uses a multi-disciplinary-team approach to assist local agencies that investigate, prosecute and treat abuse.
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.
Wake getting center for abused children
SAFEchild is set to open a child advocacy center for Wake County, the biggest county in the state without a one-stop shop for investigating allegations of child abuse and providing services and treatment for abused children.
Groups team to help domestic-violence victims
SAFEchild and Interact are partnering to offer the MOVE program, which helps domestic-violence victims boost their parenting skills and self esteem.
Wake women support women, kids
In its second annual grant cycle, the Women’s Network – Connecting for Change awarded two grants totaling $104,000 to local groups serving women and children.