May 2018 – NC Grants Roundup
The NC Grants Roundup can be a helpful tool when researching grant opportunities for your organization. For more tips read Becoming a “Grant Detective”: Best Practices for Grantseekers by Sarah Mann Willcox of the NC Network for Grantmakers. News about grants, gifts This year the […]
5.14.18 NC Nonprofit News
High Point University receives $600,000, The Power of the Dream adds new board members, SEEDS seeks pie bakers, and more.
7.24.17 NC Nonprofit News
Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity has completed nearly 200 Home Repair projects since 2010, The North Carolina Housing Coalition was awarded over $1.1M to support homelessness prevention efforts, Spaces are available for a free Board Leadership Boot Camp in Fall 2017 presented by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NC Foundation, Executive Service Corps of the Triangle, the Triangle Community Foundation and Youth Forward, 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.
Charlotte United Way aims to engage
To help address the region’s health-and-human-service needs, United Way of Central Carolinas in Charlotte has set a goal of raising $20.5 million in its annual campaign this year, up 3.4 percent from the $19.8 million it raised last year.
Integrated strategy key to effective tech use
Nonprofits can put technology to more productive use through better planning, investment and training.
Philanthropic culture key for fundraising
Nonprofits that want to build their fundraising capacity need to change their organizational culture through a focus on philanthropic history and strategies, community needs and genuine engagement of donors.
Changes on tap at Charlotte United Way
Despite falling $5 million short of its goal and of the previous year’s total in its 2010 annual fund drive, United Way of Central Carolinas will distribute nearly the same level of funds as last year, although big changes are in the works in its funding model.
Nonprofits outsource tech services
NPower Charlotte Region serves as information-technology department for nearly 20 local nonprofits, including United Way of Central Carolinas, The Duke Endowment, Foundation for the Carolinas, and the Arts & Science Council.
Critical needs fund moves to United Way
The Critical Needs Response Fund has a new home at United Way of Central Carolinas and received a $1 million challenge grant from the Levine Foundation.