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.
1.17.17 NC Nonprofit News
United Way of Henderson County launches Volunteer Matching Program, AJ Fletcher Foundation awards grants totaling $575,000 to seven nonprofit organizations, The Women Givers of Northeast North Carolina to host ninth annual Power of the Purse & Pretties raffle and silent auction, and more.
6.1.15 US Nonprofit News
SeaWorld commits $1.5 million to Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program, the Postal Service dedicates Limited Edition Medal of Honor: Vietnam War Forever Stamps, Enset unveils plans for .NGO and .ONG domains for all validated non-profits, and more.
12.18.13 N.C. Nonprofit News
Wake Technical Community College raises more than $17.5 million in first major gifts campaign, Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina appoints new board members, an anonymous donor helps 1,600 Salvation Army Angels, Carolina Diesel Trucks Christmas Convoy delivers Toys for Tots, and more.
08.14.13: N.C. News Bits
Belk donates 3,300 new school uniforms to the United Way; the Beehive Collective seeks grant applications from local, grassroots organizations; the V Foundation for Cancer Research gets a 4-star rating; the Salvation Army opens a new center in Raleigh; and more.
10.24.12.: NC News Bits
SunTrust Foundation continues support of Wake Tech, new computer lab opens at Ken Carlson Boys and Girls Club, Triangle Land Conservancy announces new executive director, and more.
Salvation Army raises $139 million
U.S. donors made record-high donations million in 2009 to the annual Red Kettle Campaign of The Salvation Army, up 7 percent from 2008, the organization says.
Triad’s Salvation Army corps team up
The eight Salvation Army corps in the Piedmont Triad are working together to improve and market their fundraising, programs and services.
Red Kettles raise record $130 million
That’s a 10 percent increase over the previous year for the Salvation Army, the largest jump in giving in over a decade.
Leave a Legacy to hold planned-giving program
The program, to be held March 25 in Charlotte, aims to alert fundraisers to common problems that arise when trying to close major and planned gifts.