7.31.17 NC Nonprofit News
The United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County invest $274,480 in grants, Say Yes Guilford partners with Greensboro Police Department for Operation Pass and with the Carl Chavis YMCA for its Back to School Bash on August 19th, The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design will host Craft After Dark on August 10th, and more.
July – NC Grant News Roundup
Chowan Community Funds Foundation gave $16,000 in local grant awards from its community grantmaking fund, The Asheville Merchants Fund of The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina awarded $405,000 in grants to nine Buncombe County nonprofit organizations to fund projects designed to strengthen the community, Duke University’s Office of Durham & Regional Affairs is accepting applications for 2017 Community Care Fund grants, and more
Business as usual at Wachovia philanthropic services
While it could over a year to completely consolidate, the charitable-services groups at Wachovia and Wells Fargo have begun sharing information about their strategies and operations.
Philanthropy among corporations and their executives
Many executives are unaware of strategies that can help them make donations while preserving preserve as much of their wealth as possible for future generations.
The impact of changes in tax rates on charitable giving
Given that many affluent donors give more when tax rate are low, nonprofits should avoid putting too much emphasis on tax advantages when working with wealthy contributors.
Working with younger affluent donors
They aren’t their parents or grandparents. To engage these donors, nonprofits need to know who they are and how to approach them.
Targeting gifts through a family foundation
Before you embark on the journey to create a family foundation, you have to decide exactly what you want your foundation to achieve.
The importance of a gift acceptance policy
Knowing when and why to say ‘no’ to a gift ultimately will serve your nonprofit well, philanthropic experts say.
Wake Education Partnership raises $500,000
The Wake Education Partnership has passed the halfway mark in its annual campaign, raising over $500,000 from area corporations.
Homelessness in Triangle edges up
At least 1,929 people in the Triangle, including almost 300 children, live in shelters or on the streets, says a recent count by local agencies.