2.18.19 NC News
Mecklenburg County Village HeartBEAT wins $500,000 in Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge, ArtsGreensboro names Jada Monica Drew as 2019 Chair of Annual ArtsFund campaign, Institute for Nonprofits at NC State and Office of Raleigh Arts hosts COMx at Google Fiber in Raleigh on February 28th, SOAR hosts free Community Health Fair on March 30th in Raleigh, and more.
2.11.19 NC News
The Forsyth Promise receives $150,000 from StriveTogether, Corinth Holders High School welcomes Veda Tucker from Rachel's Challenge, Stephanie Trunzo, Global Head of IBM Cloud Garage, to accept CEDAW award at WomenNC gala, and more.
10.1.18 NC News
Oakbridge Financial Group raises $15,000 for the Me Fine Foundation, The Hill Center becomes The Hill Learning Center, the NC Center for Nonprofits reschedules its annual conference, and more.
4.24.17 NC Nonprofit News
United Way of Henderson County seeks volunteers throughout the community for their annual Day of Caring on May 13th, The Center for Craft Creativity and Design names recipients of the 2017 Windgate Fellowship for art, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity celebrates the start of the final three houses in its "Shiloh: Let’s Build!" campaign, and more.
Every community has its own set of challenges, resources and needs. There isn’t one blanket solution that will transfer across communities, so it is imperative to the success of Place Matters that it is resident-led and addresses the priorities determined by the residents.
5.16.16 NC Nonprofit News
Nine organizations in NC and SC share $730,000 in new grants from the Duke Energy Water Resources Fund, DAC receives an NEA $100,000 prize, WomenNC seeks board members, VAE Raleigh's Ignite Conference will take place in June, Chapel Hill Festifall Arts Festival will take place in October, and more.
Women’s group boosts education
Formed in 2007, the Women’s Leadership Council at United Way of Forsyth County has raised over $2.1 million to improve education in the community.
Forsyth United Way hits goal
United Way of Forsyth County raised $17.3 million in its annual fund drive last fall, meeting its goal and equaling the total it raised the previous year.
Forsyth United Way sets $17.3 million goal
In the face of rising demand for services at health-and-human-services agencies, United Way of Forsyth County has set a goal of $17,325,000 for this year’s annual fund drive, the same as last year, when the campaign exceeded the goal by $1,000.
Triad United Ways honored
United Way of Greater High Point and United Way of Forsyth County were the only two local United Ways in North Carolina honored by United Way Worldwide for excellence in securing individual gifts of $10,000 of more in their 2010 annual campaigns.