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

FailFest

March 16 | 5-8 pm | Kings Bar, Downtown Raleigh | First 50 registrants get a free beer! FailFest is a storytelling event for nonprofits to celebrate their epic fails. Nonprofits are sometimes held to higher standards than for-profit organizations. But how do we learn to soar without falling down – at least … Continued

Triangle Community Foundation and United Way of the Greater Triangle Spearhead Regional Reading Proficiency Campaign

The North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation (NCECF) is partnering with the United Way of the Greater Triangle, Triangle Community Foundation and community coalitions in Chatham, Durham, Johnston, Orange and Wake counties to ensure children are on a pathway to grade-level reading by the end of third grade, giving them the … Continued

Working to Ensure Kids Can Succeed

For a man with a big heart, giving back in his community seems like a natural way to honor his daughter, Julia, who passed away suddenly in 2001. All of his families’ grantmaking is to be reminiscent of her, something she would have been proud of or something that would … Continued

A Family Commitment to Change

How much is enough? That question stuck in Dave’s mind after participating in a JustFaith group at his church, where they met once a week to learn about major issues like hunger, poverty, racism, immigration, and more. He started adding up all of the birthday, anniversary, and holiday gifts that … Continued

Closing the Gap Through Art

Spending her professional career in public policy and city planning, Carol was no stranger to the opportunity gap, particularly as it related to children and access to cultural resources. But it wasn’t until she retired that she was able to combine this knowledge with her love of the performing arts … Continued

One Encounter Changed Him Forever

She walked into the rural Florida emergency food center on the arm of a disheveled, swaggering man. She was noticeably younger, she didn’t speak, and her gaze only fleetingly raised to meet Tim’s that day. The man she came with did all the talking, and when they left that day, … Continued

2017 Innovation Award Pitch Day

Are you energized by new ideas? Do you thrive off of creativity? Does nonprofit storytelling tug at your heartstrings? We invite you to be our LIVE audience! The selection committee has chosen five finalists that will compete for this year’s $25,000 Innovation Award, presented at What Matters: Our Kids on April 26, … Continued

Nonprofit Town Hall 

February 13, 2017 | 2:30PM – 4:30PM | The Frontier (800 Park Offices Drive, RTP) Join the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits and Triangle Community Foundation for a Nonprofit Town Hall meeting to get a preview of major trends, threats, and opportunities for nonprofits in 2017.  As policymakers head to Raleigh and Washington … Continued