7.30.18 NC News

Jul 30, 2018 | News, North Carolina, Philanthropy Journal

Moore Women-A Giving Circle is currently accepting grant applications, Durham Arts Council opened two new exhibits, Craft After Dark will take place on August 9th, and more.

News about grants, gifts

Orange County Arts Commission’s 2018 Emerging Artist Grant Program held a training on July 25th.

Moore Women-A Giving Circle is currently accepting grant applications for projects funded from its community grantmaking fund.

The CVS Health Foundation awarded grants to Reidsville’s Free Clinic of Rockingham County, Elkin’s Grace Clinic of Yadkin Valley, and Raleigh’s Alliance Medical Ministry on July 23rd to support their community wellness programs with a focus in diabetes care.

The North Carolina African American Heritage Commission received a $33,558 federal grant from the national Institute of Museum and Library Services for its project “A Tale of Two Ships: Developing a Research & Interpretation Plan for Revealing Hidden Histories of One Ship with Two Identities.” 

News about people, groups

Durham Arts Council opened two new exhibits on July 20th.

Raleigh ArtsKIDS: Garden Art began classes on July 26th.

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation welcomed Anna Warburton Munroe and Angela Bryant to the Foundation’s Board of Trustees on July 20th.

The North Carolina Chapter of The Grant Professionals Association hosted “Being a Grant Consultant:  Insider information for those who want to become one or higher one” on July 26th.

Guilford Green Foundation hosted an open house at the LGBTQ Center of Greensboro on July 27th.

News about opportunities, initiatives

GreenHill will present Beyond Ornament from August 3rd to November 4th.

PNC will host Stars of Education on October 10th at The Raleigh Marriott City Center.

The Building Movement Project is hosting focus groups in Raleigh, NC as part of the Race to Lead initiative on August 7th.

The Denim Ball’s Online Auction will remain open until August 2nd.

Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge will host two vegan food events on August 25th and 26th.

The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ Nature Art Gallery presents “Woodland Jewels” Gallery reception on August 4th.

Activate Good’s 9/11 Day of Service is still seeking volunteers.

Triangle Wine Experience will present “I Just Love Your Flashy Ways” on August 5th.

Craft After Dark will take place on August 9th.

The North Carolina Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Summit will take place November 14th- 15th at the Wyndham Garden Hotel.

Delivering Trauma-Informed Sexuality Education will be held on August 23rd in Durham.

Burning Coal Theatre Company will tour in Dublin April 21st- 28th, 2019.

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