8.22.16 NC Nonprofit News
ActivateGood.org is accepting applications for fashion designers "Couture for a Cause" to be held November 5th, International House and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools partnered to provide more than 300 elementary schools with free summer literacy education in June and July, Lenoir and Lee County named their community grant-making fund recipients, and more
2.1.16 NC Nonprofit News
SECU Foundation provides an interest-free construction loan of $660,000 to Gaston Residential Services, Hispanic League holds their 24th Annual Meeting, International House in Charlotte will hold an Immigrant and First Generation College Information Session, and more.
11.09.15 NC Nonprofit News
SECU Foundation provided an interest-free construction loan to Community Alternatives for Supportive Abodes to help build a supportive housing development for homeless veterans, the North Carolina Housing Coalition honored Patricia “Pat” Garrett and Spencer Duin was presented with award for their volunteer work, the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts will begin TCVA 140: The Creative Incubator this month, and more.
8.10.15 NC Nonprofit News
WakeEd Partnership prepares for Stars of Education awards gala, Association of Fundraising Professionals Triangle chapter opens nominations for the National Philanthropy Day Award, Will Jones named new Duke Endowment Fellow, Boy Scouts from Chapel Hill cycle to raise awareness about teen cancer, WomenNC opens its fellowship application, and more.
8.3.15 NC Nonprofit News
Hayes Barton Baptist church raises $4,000 for StepUp Ministry, The Beehive Collective is accepting proposals for its 2015 grant cycle, the Boys and Girls Club participates in the Summer Feeding Program, Urban Ministries of Wake Counties partners with Chik-Fil-A, the Hispanic League is looking for vendors and sponsorship for Fiesta 2015, The John Rex Endowment announces a four-year grant, and more.
2.16.15 NC Nonprofit News
Inaugural Heart Balm Ball sells out, For The Love of Art Auction and Gala tickets on sale, Culture Mill launches, and more.
Supported by community, Urban Ministries’ Open Door Clinic treats chronically ill
Community support enables Urban Ministries' Open Door Clinic to give those in poverty who suffer from chronic illnesses access to affordable treatment and monitoring of their conditions.
10.03.12.: NC News Bits
Saint Augustine University receives grant, Urban Ministries of Wake County announces new Executive Director, United Arts Council calls for grant applicants, and more.
Urban Ministries adapting to recession
With the recession fueling demand for services and putting stress on its finances, Urban Ministries of Wake County has streamlined its programs and spending.
Food donations, demand up at Urban Ministries of Wake County
Donations over three months are up nearly a fourth from last year, while recent demand for food is up 25 percent to 30 percent.