4.3.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Salvation Army of Wake County opened its second Family Store in North Raleigh on Friday, John Rex Endowment has made more than $1 million in grants for Wake County Public School System and Youth Thrive, Burning Coal Theatre Company will present their regular Oakwood “cemetery full of life!” plays from May 19th-21st, and more
3.6.17 NC Nonprofit News
Student Action with Farmworkers celebrated its 25 year anniversary with an exhibit opening of Nuestras Historias, Nuestras Sueños / Our Stories, Our Dreams, The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina awarded $460,450 in Focus Area Grants to 13 regional projects, The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is celebrating its 23rd Reptile & Amphibian Day, and more.
I’m not ignoring you. I’m live tweeting.
Effective live tweeting requires concentration and mad writing skills. Molly Rivera offers tips for a successful live tweeting experience.
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
YNPN Triangle NC’s Successes: How, Why & What’s Next?
The Triangle Chapter of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network has experienced rapid growth and success in it's short history. Chair Katie Todd reflects on what has made this chapter so successful.
Look Before You Launch the Next Great Nonprofit
Starting a new nonprofit organization is not inherently a bad idea. At the same time, there needs to be a reality check prior to launching a new effort that may undermine similar missions, stretch already over-strapped resources, and do more harm than good for the cause and for the broader nonprofit landscape.
4.11.16 NC Nonprofit News
NCCF and its local affiliates accepting grant applications, Mint Museum's annual spring fundraising gala will feature a new theme, TLC and DAC partner for a one-day photo workshop, YNPN Triangle prepares for its second annual #NonprofitSTRONG Summit, Crisis Control Ministry launches its rebrand on its birthday, and more.
3.14.16 NC Nonprofit News
Raleigh Arts Commission is accepting nominations for the 2016 Medal of Arts awards, VAE puts out a call for art for its May exhibition, NC Philanthropy Conference will be held on August 18th, Camden County awarded $200,000 by the Golden LEAF Foundation, NC Center for Nonprofits and the Triangle Community Foundation will host a Nonprofit Town Hall in April, and more.
3.7.16 NC Nonprofit News
Wells Fargo donated $15,930,252 to nonprofits in 2015, Leadership North Carolina is looking for its next class of NC leaders, AFP-NC Triad is seeking speakers for its education programs, Triangle Community Foundation is now accepting proposals for Awareness and Public Benefit grants, and more.
2.22.16 NC Nonprofit News
WomenNC's annual Global-to-Local Forum nears, ArtsGreensboro is accepting applications for the 2016-2017 grant year, YNPN Triangle's #NonprofitStrong conference will be held in April, NC Center for Nonprofits hires a transition search committee, Crisis Control Ministries receives help from Food Lion, and more.