10.08.2018 NC News

Oct 8, 2018 | News, North Carolina, Philanthropy Journal

The SECU Autism Clinic at ABC in Winston Salem celebrates their grand opening, WNC Nonprofit Pathways names Jeannette Butterworth to co-Leader, The North Carolina Peace Corps Association is now accepting nominations for the NCPCA Peace Prize, and more.

News about grants, gifts

The SECU Autism Clinic at ABC in Winston Salem celebrated their grand opening, thanks to a $1.5 million grant from the SECU Foundation.

The NC Early Education Coalition will award eight communities in North Carolina Think Babies™ Community Advocacy Activity Mini-Grants in order to support community advocacy efforts focused on infants, toddlers, their educators, and their families. This funding is provided by the Coalition, with support from the national ZERO TO THREE Think Babies™ campaign and the Pritzker Children’s Initiative’s National Collaborative for Infants and Toddlers.

News about people, groups

WNC Nonprofit Pathways now has two Senior Consultants leading their work in partnership as Jeannette Butterworth joins Cindy McMahon in this co-leadership role.

The North Carolina Museum of Art named Valerie Hillings as its next Museum director. A Duke University graduate and curator with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation for over 14 years, Hillings is currently curator and associate director of curatorial affairs for the future Guggenheim Abu Dhabi museum. She will join the NCMA on November 1, 2018, when Dr. Larry Wheeler retires after 24 years at the helm of the Museum.

The USTA awarded Abilities Tennis Association of North Carolina the 2018 USTA National Adaptive Tennis Community Service Award.

The Asheville Habitat ReStore announced the winners of the seventh annual ReStore ReUse contest on September 27th.

The Inaugural Croatan Forum 2018 took place in Durham on October 2nd- 4th.

Julie McAteer has been promoted to Director of Finance, Administration & Operations of United Way of Alamance County. Julie joined the United Way staff on May 1, 2014.

News about opportunities, initiatives

The JC Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University will serve as the setting for Moonlight in the Garden November 6-17. Sponsored by the North Carolina Agricultural Foundation and presented by Southern Lights of Raleigh and more than a dozen suppliers, the exhibition is a once-per-year occasion to see the botanical gardens and Arboretum at night.

The Carrack is seeking volunteers for their 4th annual Muse Masquerade on Saturday, October 27th.

SHIFT NC will hold a workshop,  Program Evaluation Design and Implementation, on October 11th. Registration is open now.

The Triangle Nonprofit Communicators next lunch n’ learn, Video Storytelling for Nonprofits, will be held on Tuesday, October 16th at noon at the Stanford L. Warren Branch Library in Durham. Reserve your seat.

The North Carolina Peace Corps Association is now accepting nominations for the NCPCA Peace Prize.

The International House of Charlotte will hold their 30th Annual Anniversary Benefit Gala on Saturday, October 13th. Reservations are available now.

The Orange County Arts Commission and the Hillsborough Arts Councilq will host The Paint it Orange: Plein Air Paint-out and Wet Paint Sale  on October 19th-21st. 

The Shore Grief Center will hold six sessions of Cameron’s Kids Grief Group on Monday nights starting on October 15th. 

The Seventh Annual NC Bike/Walk Summit will be rolling into Raleigh October 19-20, 2018, at the Raleigh Convention Center, with the highly praised “Traffic Bicycling for Transportation Professionals” class on Thursday, October 18. Registration is open now 

The NC Rural Center will host the 2018 Rural Assembly at the Hilton North Raleigh Midtown on November 15th- 16th.

StepUp Ministry is seeking nursery volunteers to care for children from newborn to age 4.

COMx: Women Driving Social Impact Through Entrepreneurship will be held on October 18th.

Click! Photography Festival is being celebrated at Durham Arts Council during the month of October.

The Caregivers Summit will take place on October 30th at The McKimmon Conference Center in Raleigh.

Thanks to support from Heartland Hospice, The Shore Grief Center will be holding six sessions of Cameron’s Kids Grief Group on Monday nights starting on October 15th.

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