6.11.18 NC Nonprofit News
Vance County Community Foundation announced $7,100 in local awards, The Southern Highland Craft Guild hosted its annual Clay Fest, Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge’s Camp Compassion 2018 will be held in June, and more.
4.23.18 NC Nonprofit News
The Guilford Green Foundation raises 86k, NCDOT names a new Director of Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation, Activate Good hosts Good Together and more.
2.26.18 NC Nonprofit News
Durham Independent Dance Artists present Ginger Wagg & Wild Actions, Activate Good hosts Good Together, Triangle Community Foundation is accepting grant proposals and more.
November 2017 – NC Grants Roundup
The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem's will award $157,000 in grants to local programs and initiatives that address the economic security of women and girls in Forsyth County, the SECU Foundation will grant a $5,000 stipend to each of the ten Public Fellows it has selected for its Public Fellows Internship Program, applications for the Community Foundation of Henderson County Women in Need of Support grants are open until December 15th, and more.
11.20.17 NC Nonprofit News
NCPIRG Education Fund hosts "No Bees, No Thanksgiving" on November 14th featuring NC Senator Mike Woodward, GSK and Triangle Community Foundation grant ten local nonprofit organizations $40,000, Google to hold two free training programs on their suite of tools for nonprofits on November 30th, and more.
Greensboro United Way sets $11.3 million goal
After falling $500,000 short of its goal last year and $200,000 less than it had raised in 2009, United Way of Greater Greensboro has set a goal of $11.3 million this year, up 5 percent from the total it raised last year.
Young black males focus of new effort
A new effort spearheaded by the African-American Leadership engagement group of United Way of Greater Greensboro aims to support young black males through elementary, middle and high school.
Greensboro United Way short of goal
United Way of Greater Greensboro expects its 2010 annual fund drive will raise roughly as much as its 2009 drive, falling about $300,000 short of its $11.2 million goal.
Guilford United Way drives at mid-point
Just over two months into their annual campaigns, United Way of Greater Greensboro has met half its goal and United Way of Greater High Point has met nearly two-thirds of its goal.
Greensboro United Way targets results
As United Way begins its annual fundraising campaign to support roughly 65 health-and-human-service programs at its 30 partner agencies, it is counting on results from those programs to persuade donors to dig deeper and give more in the face of a troubled economy and rising demand for services.