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.
How much is enough? The Self-Sufficiency Standard calculates the true cost of meeting basic needs
Many families earning more than the Federal Poverty Level don’t earn enough to make ends meet on a daily basis. The Self-Sufficiency Standard is a tool that can be used to educate communities about this reality and help put working families on the road to financial stability.
2.20.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina’s Pigeon River Fund awarded $309,635 to environmental groups working in Western North Carolina, Heart Math Tutoring held their Third Annual HearthThrob event to support the organization on February 10th, Local artists can apply for $1,500 grant from the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County and more
United Ways gear up for challenging year
With the economy still struggling, the state’s 58 local United Ways are ‘leaving no stone unturned’ in their efforts to raise money to meet critical needs in their communities.
Group urges asset-building
Asset-building, a key strategy in helping all North Carolinians attain prosperity, should be a focus of state policymakers, a new report says.
North Carolina United Ways struggling
United Way fundraising statewide tumbled by almost $20 million last year, and so far, only four local United Ways have met their goals.