North Carolina Community Foundation local affiliate foundations in the following communities will begin accepting grant applications for local programs funded on June 22, with all applications due at noon July 24.
Read our recently published summer newsletter to catch up on the latest from the Catawba Valley on early childhood education, the new NCCF Disaster Relief & Resilience Scholarship, how one nonprofit grew its endowment from $10,000 to $250,000 and much more.
The generous First Citizens Bank executive and philanthropist was instrumental in NCCF's success and helped to found our affiliate in Johnston County.
Jeff Hamond of Van Scoyoc Associates (VSA) spent some time talking with staff, board and fundholders of the North Carolina Community Foundation and the Triangle Community Foundation at a recent breakfast meeting at NCCF’s headquarters in Raleigh.
The North Carolina Community Foundation and local affiliate foundations, the New Hanover County Community Foundation and the Brunswick County Community Foundation, hosted Wilmington’s Pop-Up Philanthropy event April 18 at the Cameron Art Museum.
Recent changes in tax law may impact your charitable giving. We summarize a few options that you might want to consider.
The members of the Women's Giving Network of Wake County recently hosted a panel discussion with experts on human trafficking in North Carolina.
Louis Duke has been promoted to senior communications specialist at the North Carolina Community Foundation in Raleigh.
The North Carolina Community Foundation announces the new NCCF Disaster Relief & Resilience Scholarship, established to support students affected by Hurricane Matthew.
Many NCCF affiliates are gearing up or in the midst of grantmaking, and evaluating local needs is a critical part of the process. Read about New Hanover County Community Foundation’s recent guest speaker, who spoke to critical issues there.