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Mar
26

NC Community Foundation to host free grantseekers workshop

Nonprofit organizations in Robeson County seeking grant funding from the North Carolina Community Foundation are invited to participate in a free grantseekers workshop, according to Anne Sorhagen, regional director.
 

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Mar
26

Triangle Community Foundation brings Dr. Johnnetta Cole to the Triangle to speak on issues affecting women including health, housing, education, and employment.

Research Triangle Park -- March 26, 2018: The focus is on women at Triangle Community Foundation’s annual What Matters community luncheon this spring. For the past few years, the Foundation has focused the annual educational event under the umbrella of “A Region of Opportunity,” diving into issues like equity and our region’s kids. This year’s focus on women will explore gender inequality specifically as it relates to health, housing, education, and employment. The event is typically attended by over 500 leaders from various sectors in the Triangle, and will be held on Tuesday, April 24, at the Raleigh Convention Center.
 
 

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Mar
25

Dan Gerlach, Golden LEAF: Lessons learned over a decade serving rural N.C.

There’s no shortage of public and private sector concern and sincere interest in helping rural North Carolina move forward. As president of the Golden LEAF Foundation, an organization directed by a court order, law, and charter to help transform the economy of rural, tobacco-dependent and economically distressed areas of our state almost 20 years ago, I’m often asked what we are doing and what needs to be done to fulfill that awesome mission.

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Mar
23

Foundation Hosts Annual Community Luncheon on May 2

The Winston-Salem Foundation’s 2018 Community Luncheon will take place on Wednesday, May 2 at the Benton Convention Center from noon to 1:30pm.

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Mar
22

NC IDEA picks 25 startup semifinalists for $50,000 grants

DURHAM – Economic development foundation NC IDEA has picked 25 startups ranging from the coast to the mountains as semifinalists for its latest round of seed grants worth $50,000.

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Mar
22

Foundation for the Carolinas started with $3,000. Here’s how it’s grown in 60 years. Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article206344344.html#storylink=cpy

Originally written for the Charlotte Observer

Foundation for the Carolinas set records for assets and grants to nonprofits in 2017, the organization will announce at its annual meeting Thursday, and is developing a lucrative new source of donations.


Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article206344344.html#storylink=cpy

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Mar
21

Cone Health Foundation: This bill could widen access to mental health care

Originally written for the News and Observer.

Once again with the rhetoric regarding gun violence, we have an opportunity to address the issue of mental health, as too many people automatically connect these issues.

But, in fact, people with mental illness are more likely to be victims of gun violence than offenders.


Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/opinion/op-ed/article205980454.html#storylink=cpy

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Mar
21

NC Community Foundation awards $25,000 Disaster Relief Fund grant to support Hurricane Matthew documentary

The board of directors of the North Carolina Community Foundation recently awarded a $25,000 Disaster Relief Fund grant to Longleaf Productions to support the production of a Hurricane Matthew documentary, according to Laura Beasely, statewide grants committee chair and a member of the board of directors.
 
 

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Mar
20

NC Community Foundation awards $25,000 Disaster Relief Fund grant to UNC-Chapel Hill Coastal Resilience Center

The board of directors of the North Carolina Community Foundation recently awarded a $25,000 Disaster Relief Fund grant to the UNC-Chapel Hill Coastal Resilience Center to support the Hurricane Matthew Recovery and Resilience Initiative, according to Laura Beasely, statewide grants committee chair and a member of the board of directors.

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Mar
16

Friends of the Smokies and Cherokee Preservation Foundation collaborate on SPiN program

ASHEVILLE, NC – Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) will continue to work together to expand and improve the Seeking Paths in Nature (SPiN) program to reach more students in Western North Carolina through a $106,000 grant from the Cherokee Preservation Foundation.

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