11.4.19 NC News
March of Dimes issues state-wide infant health report card, Voices Together hires fundraising executive John Mitterling, SweetPotato Commission makes Food Bank Thanksgiving donation, and more.
8.26.19 NC News
The Beehive Collection seeks applicants for environmental justice grants, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity opens second ReStore, Marbles Kids Museum to hold $10,000 raffle, and more.
7.8.19 NC News
North Carolina Community Foundation, in partnership with the North Carolina Local News Lab, awards more than $300,000 in grants, Wendy Poteat joins Say Yes Guilford as President and CEO, Duke University’s Office of Durham and Community Affairs now accepting applications for the Community Care Fund grant program, and more.
5.13.19 NC News
Duke University received a $5 million grant from The Duke Endowment, Shaniya Turner receives inaugural Our Towns Habitat for Humanity “Build Your Career” scholarship, Community Foundation of Henderson County seeking nominations for the Richard C. and Vina L. Sauer Charitable Leadership Award, and more.
1.21.19 NC News
The North Carolina Community Foundation board of directors allocates $1 million for the initial round of grants to support long-term recovery from Hurricane Florence, The Duke Endowment appoints Lily Zhang to the new position of Associate Director of Data & Analytics, The Beehive Collective is currently accepting applications for their 2019 Small Grant, and more.
1.14.19 NC News
CFC gives furloughed federal employees short-term assistance during shutdown, The Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter hosts “Alzheimer’s Advocacy 101," 24 Foundation kicks off its 18th annual 24 Hours of Booty, and more.
11.12.18 US News
Assurant raises more than $200,000 at their 5K for United Way Miami-Dade, Lutz Buddy Up connects veterans locally by building a network of comrades who form life-long bonds by providing peer support, community building and overall well-being, Tracy Collander, LCSW joins the expanding team at Accreditation Guru, Inc, and more.
11.13.17 NC Nonprofit News
Sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on view from November 16th-19th at the Greensboro History Museum, more than 50 regional potters participated in the Potters of the Piedmont Pottery Festival on November 11th, the Golden LEAF Foundation awards $1.5 million to the the town of Oak Island, and more.