The fortunate North Carolina residents who don’t need the canned food and other supplies they stockpiled before Hurricane Florence came ashore Friday now have a chance to help their neighbors in devastated parts of the state by donating those items and more to the Here to Help Hurricane Relief effort. WRAL-TV and partners United Ways
United Way of the Greater Triangle (UWGT) named the inaugural class of the ’10 to Watch’, a cohort of leaders selected for their impact and potential to shape the future of the Triangle. ’10 to Watch’ is a new investment initiative created to address the racial and cultural disparities between the leaders of nonprofit organizations
When: Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. Where: Durham Central Park, Farmer’s Market Pavilion – 501 Foster Street, Durham Who: United Way of the Greater Triangle, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, 150 Community Volunteers Photo Opps: Best time to take photos is between 9:45 and 10:30 a.m. Details: United Way of the Greater Triangle
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
United Way of the Greater Triangle is pleased to announce four new members of our Board of Directors: Anne Howard, Farad Ali, Michael Goodmon and Scott Byers. “I am extremely excited about our incoming board leadership. Anne, Farad, Scott and Michael possess an impressive and diverse set of skills, but the one thing they all