On June 1, 2018, United Way of the Greater Triangle will begin accepting applications for their newest investment initiative, ’10 to Watch.’ ’10 to Watch’ was created to develop the leaders and organizations who represent the future of the Triangle. During United Way’s 2016-2017 funding cycle, over 85% of individuals served were people of color.
At Coastal Credit Union Foundation’s Power of Sharing event last night, United Way of the Greater Triangle’s CEO, Eric Guckian took the stage with Leadership Triangle’s Executive Director, Jes Averhart to announce a new investment initiative called ‘10 to Watch’. A highlight of the evening came with the surprise announcement of the first corporate match
More than 300 people filled a room at Raleigh’s Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts Monday afternoon as they listened to the final pitches in the Idea Generation/ Next – College Edition social innovation challenge. Participants made their pitches to a panel of judges, peers, and community members competing for the prize pool of
What: Idea Generation/ Next: College Edition Final Pitch Event and Winner Selection When: Monday, January 15, 2018 from 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm Where: Duke Energy for the Performing Arts Center – 2 E South St., Raleigh, NC 27601 Who: This event is presented by United Way of the Greater Triangle, The Institute, and the
When: Monday, January 15, 2018. Times listed with specific projects. Who: United Way of the Greater Triangle is mobilizing more than 2,500 volunteers in community service projects across Wake, Durham, Orange, and Johnston Counties. This will be the largest mobilization of volunteers in the Triangle on MLK Day, 2018. What: Martin Luther King, Jr’s birthday
A unique partnership of leaders from 14 funders has been working together as a collaborative to learn more about capacity building in the nonprofit sector, and the opportunity for growth. The group commissioned a research project with North Carolina State University’s Institute for Nonprofits, specifically focused on better understanding the capacity building needs of local