Read about recent events, essential information and the latest community news from NCNG member grantmakers.

If you'd like to share your foundation's news with NCNG, please email us at info@ncgrantmakers.org, or add our email address to your press distribution list.
Sep
29

Golden LEAF focuses on job creation, workforce training, and strategic programs to help boost economic opportunities in rural and tobacco dependent communities

The work of the Golden LEAF Foundation has brought resources and creative solutions to rural, tobacco-dependent and economically distressed communities in North Carolina for more than 20 years. With a mission rooted in long-term economic advancement, the Foundation has awarded a combined 1,882 projects across the state since 1999. Projects totaling more than $1 billion have helped create more than 65,000 jobs, support almost $700 million in new payroll and help train more than 85,000 workers. Earlier this month, the Foundation submitted their annual report to the N.C. General Assembly as required by law.

Read more

Sep
23

Dogwood Announces NEW Racial Equity Grants

Racial Equity Community Grants are designed as a first step from Dogwood Health Trust to infuse capital into historically underfunded organizations whose primary purpose is serving Black, indigenous and communities of color, and whose leadership is  representative of the communities they serve. Our goal is to recognize and support the great work and leadership that is already taking place, and help to solidify or expand that work.
 

Read more

Sep
23

Dogwood Health Trust Announces Change in Leadership

Dear Community Partners,

Today, Dogwood Health Trust announced that Antony Chiang will be stepping down as CEO of the organization. While Antony remains committed to Dogwood’s purpose, he has determined that stepping down from his role is the right path for both him personally and the organization.

Read more

Sep
21

New Fund Honors Outgoing President and Supports Community Grants

AS WE REFLECT upon Scott Wierman's 23-year tenure as president of The Winston-Salem Foundation, we are also excited to announce the creation of the Scott and Lauren Wierman Community Vision Fund. This unrestricted endowment will fund Community Grantmaking in perpetuity, supporting the Foundation's ability to respond to ever-evolving challenges and opportunities in Forsyth County.

Read more

Sep
18

NC COVID-19 Rapid Recovery Program Urges Qualifying Businesses and Farms to Apply for Updated Loan Program

As part of the state's ongoing pandemic recovery outreach, the NC COVID-19 Rapid Recovery loan program has expanded services to reach even more North Carolina small businesses in need of loans; focusing on underserved, diverse businesses

Read more

Sep
18

Laughing Gull Foundation Welcomes New LGBTQ Equality Program Officer

Durham, NC – The Laughing Gull Foundation (LGF) is pleased to announce that Christopher J. Cuevas (they/them) will join the staff of the Foundation as the LGBTQ Equality Program Officer in October 2020. In this role, Christopher will help guide LGF's grantmaking focused on supporting the LGBTQ community in the U.S. South to exist without discrimination and live full lives. 

Read more

Sep
10

The Trust Announces Director of Programs Adam Linker, Senior Program Officer Madison Allen

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is excited to announce a new director of programs and Health Improvement senior program officer. Adam Linker, currently a senior program officer at the Trust, has been promoted to director of programs. Madison Allen, senior policy attorney at the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), will join the Trust team in November as Health Improvement senior program officer.

Read more

Sep
10

The Belk Foundation Releases 2020 Annual Report

The Belk Foundation has released it's 2020 Annual Report. View the Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Report here.

Read more

Sep
09

Unsung Suffragist Book Club features Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote, and Insisted on Equality for All and Author Dr. Martha Jones to join October 21 virtual event

Marking the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, and acknowledging that not all American women secured the right to vote in 1920, The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem and MUSE Winston-Salem invite readers to join the Unsung Suffragists Book Club for a community reading experience of Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote, and Insisted on Equality for All, by Martha S. Jones. Recently released by Basic Books, Vanguard is described as an “epic history of African American women’s pursuit of political power,” which chronicles the role of Black women in fighting to secure the ballot for all Americans from the early republic through the Voting Rights Act of 1965. 

Read more

Sep
09

COVID-19 Response Fund Distributes Final Round of Grants

Hendersonville, N.C., September 9, 2020 – The Henderson County COVID-19 Response Fund was formed in March through a joint effort between United Way of Henderson County (UWHC) and Community Foundation of Henderson County (CFHC) to meet increased needs for essential safety-net services caused by the coronavirus health crisis. On Thursday, September 3, the Response Fund’s ninth and final round of grants were awarded totaling $57,466.

Read more

 |<  <  5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14  >  >| 
Displaying results 81-90 (of 713)
Top