8.12.19 NC News
BB&T Charitable Fund awards Old Salem $250,000 multi-year, unrestricted grant, The Collider moves to a volunteer-led collaborative network, Burning Coal Theatre tocelebrate Oakwood Cemetery turning 150 years old this Fall, and more.
8.20.18 NC News
The Isabella Santos Foundation received a $45,000 donation, BikeWalk NC named Terry Lansdell Executive Director, The 2018 Prosperity Now Summit will take place September 5th- 7th, and more.
8.6.18 NC News
The Wells Fargo Foundation donates to Communities In Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Transitions LifeCare adds an executive team member, The Elizabeth Edwards Foundation seeks volunteers and more.
6.25.18 NC News
Guilford Green Foundation will award $30,000 in grants, WOKE took place as part of the artist UNITED Project, The Equity Paradigm's Foundations in Racial Equity workshop took place on June 24th, and more.
6.4.18 NC Nonprofit News
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America awarded grant funding to the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Athenian hosted their Create and Co-lab Market Series, Activate Good is launching Signs for Good, and more.
3.26.18 NC Nonprofit News
United Way of Henderson County hosts Days of Caring, The Durham Rescue Mission needs Easter Baskets, The North Carolina Community Foundation awards $25,000 in disaster relief, and more.
3.19.2018 NC Nonprofit News
Carolina Cup to benefit North Carolina Coastal Federation, New Frame represents the NC PTA, Bailey’s Fine Jewelry donates over $76,000, and more.
12.26.17 NC Nonprofit News
Laurel Oaks residents celebrate the launch of the first HUD ConnectHome community in Durham, The Human Rights Campaign gives Greensboro the highest NC score in its Municipal Equality Index, Student Action with Farmworkers is now recruiting bilingual college students and more.
12.4.17 NC Nonprofit News
Marbles Kids Museum opens a children's greenhouse exhibit, The Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter to host its Second Annual Memory Gala, Ronald McDonald House Charities of NC grants more than $64,000 to eight nonprofits, and more.
9.25.17 NC Nonprofit News
Student Action with Farmworkers hosts their orientation retreat, the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation is providing $100,000 to organizations across the state in response to the end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the Mint Museum opens its exhibit on the costume designs of William Ivey Long, and more.