Recent changes in tax law may impact your charitable giving. We summarize a few options that you might want to consider.
Grants open March 23, with online applications due at noon April 24, for Franklin, Lee, New Hanover and Onslow counties.
The Democracy Fund establishes the North Carolina Local News Lab Fund to support the future of local news.
Grants open March 16, with online applications due at noon April 17, for Alleghany, Ashe, Johnston, Lenoir and Yadkin counties.
Grants open March 9, with online applications due at noon April 10, for Beaufort, Bertie, Camden, Chowan, Craven, Gates, Hertford, Hyde, Martin, Pasquotank and Perquimans counties.
Grants open March 2, with online applications due at noon April 3, for the Unifour area and Brunswick, Hoke, Montgomery, and Watauga counties.
The Democracy Fund recently established a fund with NCCF to support the future of local journalism.
Visit our Careers page here to check out a summer internship opportunity in our Communications and Marketing Department!
We’re thrilled to report the 2017 Chairman’s Challenge produced remarkable results, reaching impressive milestones.
It’s been 16 months since Hurricane Matthew’s devastating floods hit the eastern part of our state, and the North Carolina Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund is still hard at work.