May 2017 – NC Grant News Roundup
The NC Grant News Roundup is part of a new initiative for Philanthropy Journal. Each month we will publish a curated list of grant specific news for North Carolina.
5.15.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Carolinas Credit Union Foundation donates $20,000 to the Disaster Relief Fund at North Carolina Community Foundation, United Way of Henderson County hosts annual Days of Caring, AFP Triad Chapter is accepting nominations for the 2017 National Philanthropy Day Awards, 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.
08.21.13: N.C. News Bits
Duke Medicine receives $1.3 million for research, Charlotte Communities In Schools group wins a national award, the Healing Place of Wake County builds a community garden, RAFI-International’s Crop Hop raises money for family farmers, and more.
09.05.12.: NC News Bits
Women’s Impact Fund is accepting Letters of Inquiry, Junior Achievement of Central NC receives grant, United Way of the Greater Triangle announces new CEO, Curamericas Global names new Executive Director, and more.
Philanthropy expert inspires Charlotte women
Hilary Pennington, director of education for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, spoke to the Women’s Impact Fund in Charlotte on Feb. 2.
Women’s fund hires director, eyes independence
Susan Ehrman will lead the Women’s Impact Fund through its 2009-10 funding cycle, and its journey to becoming a stand-alone nonprofit.
Women’s fund accepting grant applications
The Women’s Impact Fund will offer grants to organizations focusing on a variety of issues facing Mecklenburg County.