6.20.16 NC Nonprofit News
Trustees of The Duke Endowment approve $7.2 million in grants, 24 Hours of Booty names new executive director, registration opens for the NC Center for Nonprofits statewide conference, the Salvation Army hosts Family Safety Day, and more.
11.30.15 NC Nonprofit News
The Emily K Center received a GSK IMPACT Award, the SwitchPoint conference will be held next year in Saxapahaw and will be produced by IntraHealth International, The Salvation Army of Wake County registered 8,000 children in its Christmas Cheer Program, and more.
10.19.15 NC Nonprofit News
SHIFT NC awarded a 5-year federal grant from the Office of Adolescent Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Food Lion Feeds partners with Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC to host Food Lion Feeds Hunger Relief Day at the NC State Fair, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity celebrates dedication of three new Habitat homes, and more.
9.21.15 NC Nonprofit News
Discovery Place, Inc. receives reaccreditation from American Alliance of Museums, the Salvation Army of Wake County kicks off Takes an Army initiative, Advance Community Health provides health screenings to Louisberg residents, and more.
6.1.15 NC Nonprofit News
Durham's Partnership for Children received $1.77 million in an Early Head Start- Child Care grant, NC Museum of History will be highlighting Eastern North Carolina musicians who influenced funk, the Block Gallery will open June 4, Make-A-Wish Eastern NC granted its 3000th wish, the Carolina Kids Classic Charity Golf Tournament will benefit the Ronald McDonald House Chapel Hill, and more.
10.03.12.: NC News Bits
Saint Augustine University receives grant, Urban Ministries of Wake County announces new Executive Director, United Arts Council calls for grant applicants, and more.
Salvation Army has raised $9 million
The Salvation Army of Wake County is trying to raise $12 million to transform a former printing plant into a 41,000-square-foot Center of Hope that will include a 92-bed shelter for women and children, as well as its administrative offices.
Wake Salvation Army expanding
The Salvation Army of Wake County has launched a capital campaign to raise $12 million to replace and expand its current facilities and address rising demand for services.