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Oct
23

Warren County Community Foundation awards $2,160 in local grants

The board of advisors of the Warren County Community Foundation recently announced $2,160 in local grant awards from the community grantmaking fund, according to Richard Hunter, board president.

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Oct
23

Wayne County Community Foundation awards $1,170 in local grants

The board of advisors of the Wayne County Community Foundation recently announced $1,170 in local grant awards from the community grantmaking fund, according to Robert Logan, board president.

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Oct
23

Futrell-Mauldin Community Foundation for Greater Rocky Mount and Edgecombe Charitable Foundation award more than $90,000 in local grants

The board of advisors of both the Futrell-Mauldin Community Foundation for Greater Rocky Mount and the Edgecombe Charitable Foundation recently announced $90,980 in local grant awards from their respective community grantmaking funds, according to Sam Johnson, Futrell-Mauldin board president and Jane Thorne, ECF board president.

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Oct
16

The Duke Endowment: Evaluating our Fellowship Program

Since its launch in 2005, The Duke Endowment’s Fellowship program has been an opportunity for outstanding individuals to spend two years immersed in philanthropy. The goal is to give Fellows exposure to the philanthropic landscape and develop their leadership skills, while contributing to the Endowment and its mission.

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Oct
16

The Duke Endowment: Helping Davidson Grads Make an Impact

For as long as he can remember, Bruno Mourao has wanted to be a physician. But after graduating from Davidson College in May 2017, he decided he wanted to learn more about critical issues in health care before starting medical school and launching a career in medicine.

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Oct
16

The Duke Endowment: Sowing Change in Rural Churches

The large sign has only three words – Goldston Community Garden – and that’s intentional. Even though the rows of tomatoes, peppers and squash are planted on the property of Goldston United Methodist Church, the congregation wants everyone to feel welcomed.

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Oct
16

The Duke Endowment: Innovative Care for Mothers-to-Be

When December Sumpter first heard about CenteringPregnancy, she wasn’t sure it was right for her. But she decided to give it a try – and she’s now a big believer. 

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Oct
16

The Duke Endowment: Opening their Home and Hearts

The first time the Stanfields met Alexis, she was 4. Dressed in pink shorts and a white T-shirt, she had long brown hair that draped her pale face. Removed from her family because of safety concerns, she was waiting for her social worker to find her a temporary home. Her clothing and her stuffed bunny filled the black plastic garbage bag beside her.

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Oct
11

Council on Foundations Appoints Kathleen P. Enright as President and CEO

Highly respected leader will reinvigorate the Council’s role as a proactive partner to the philanthropic sector that enhances the field’s ability to advance the common good.

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Oct
09

Applications for Community Foundation of Henderson County WINS grants due by November 15

Hendersonville, N.C., October 8, 2018 – Applications for the Community Foundation of Henderson County WINS grants are due to CFHC by 5 p.m., Thursday, November 15th.


 

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