8.14.17 US Nonprofit News
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented more than $2.8 million dollars in donations at its annual Grants Banquet, Katherine Kinane and Kathleen Weinstein were named to the executive committee of the Women & Girls Fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, Nominations are open for DMN's 40 Under 40 awards, and more.
7.10.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Golden Leaf Foundation awarded several Triad organizations and groups a total of $12.4 million, Journeymen Triangle held their annual TNT fireworks fundraiser sale this past week, Student Action with Farmworkers will host an End of the Summer Celebration in August, and more.
LEADing the Way for a New Model of Sustainability
By becoming leaner in its operations, more selective and engaged in its recruiting practices, more strategic in fundraising and development strategies, and more intentional in research and development, Shaw University’s renaissance has been nothing less than transformational.
Diversification of the Fundraising Profession: Nonprofits’ Role
Diversity and inclusion are no longer obstacles to be overcome. Instead, they should be viewed as an opportunity to reflect the diversity and richness in the communities served.
6.22.15 NC Nonprofit News
The A.J. Fletcher Foundation awards Spring 2015 grants totaling over $2 million, NC Center for Nonprofits alerts House and Senate about repercussions of the Senate tax plan, Midas works to drive out hunger , GSK Impact holds roundtable about upcoming grant, the Richard K. Lublin Teaching award awarded to Dr. Michael Hardt, and more.
5.18.15 NC Nonprofit News
Alexander Youth Network raises over $440,000, Fraley Marshall begins as Band Together's new project manager, Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina partners with Triangle companies for Sort-A-Rama event, Community Foundation of Henderson County opens applications for the Saucer Award, the Hispanic League sponsors the first Latino-American Women's Conference, and more.
Interns provide help, energy to Durham shelter
Students from five local universities are helping Urban Ministries of Durham provide more and better care, while sharpening their own skills.
Media discussion set for Feb. 17
Shaw University will host a panel of area news professionals who will discuss how nonprofits can get media attention in a rapidly changing environment.