Nonprofit Spotlight: Chatham County Senior Games Training Program

A 2017 Innovation Award finalist, this training program is made up of partners Chatham County Council on Aging, NC Senior Games, Inc., Chatham County Public Health Dept., Chatham County and the Town of Siler City Parks and Recreation Dept. The project aims to develop and model a wellness intervention for … Continued

Nonprofit Spotlight: Bridge Builders

The 2017 Innovation Award winner is made up of partners Refugee Community Partnership, No Lost Generation – UNC, UNC RCP, East Chapel Hill High RCP, and the Southeast Asian Culture Society. This project works to break the cycle of chronic isolation of refugees living in Orange County. Through personalized support, … Continued

Nonprofit Spotlight: Durham Waste Revolution

A 2017 Innovation Award Finalist made up of partners Keep Durham Beautiful, Don’t Waste Durham, and several local Durham businesses. The project is a community effort to reduce waste in Durham, implementing a GreenToGo program that utilizes reusable take-out food containers for Durham restaurants and their customers. Additional components include a … Continued

Donor Profile: Jim Emshoff

 “I don’t want to just sit and write about this, I want to do something. I have a passion to be involved.” If I had to use one word to describe Jim, it would have to be fascinating. As an educator and businessman, from the moment he starts speaking it’s … Continued

Art Reception: Moriah LeFebvre

You and your friends are invited to see the work of artist Moriah LeFebvre as part of her exhibit, ” Hometown Inherited,” at the Triangle Community Artists Gallery in partnership with the Durham Art Guild. Opening reception & Meet the Artist: September 20, 2017 from 4 – 6:30 pm. This … Continued

RACE: Fostering Empathy

What does the word “race” mean to you? At the start of summer, Foundation staff and board members spent an afternoon reflecting on that question and more, as we toured the RACE exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh. As a part of our ongoing … Continued

Chatham LIVE

Chatham LIVE 2017 will explore the lifecycles of nonprofits, including identifying the challenges and opportunities of each stage.  Whether your nonprofit is new, growing, or mature, this conference will offer you and your team information, tools, and facilitated discussion opportunities to promote your nonprofit’s health and sustainability.  Workshop topics will … Continued

Foundation Art Gallery Exhibit Feb-July 2017

The Triangle Community Foundation and the Durham Art Guild present “With Every Mile” featuring a photo-documentary project by DAG member artist Veronique Moses centering around the Moore Square Transit Station in Raleigh.   This art exhibit runs from February – July 2017 during business hours in our office in The Frontier, 800 … Continued

Triangle Donors Forum

Changing Demographics, Widening Inequality, Stalled Social Mobility… What Else is a Donor to Do? Equity remains at the center of our dialogue and work here at Triangle Community Foundation. We were glad to see so many of you at our last Triangle Donors Forum where we explored what it means to … Continued