A VIBRANT COMMUNITY FOR EVERYONE
Over $24 million in grantmaking to nonprofits last year alone
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Triangle Community Foundation is building a stronger Triangle for all. By working with dedicated donors and strong nonprofits, we are able to guide gifts in a strategic way to fill in gaps, reduce inequities, and solve the region’s most pressing challenges. We work tirelessly in the Triangle region of North Carolina to help build a more vibrant community for everyone. By taking a broad view, we are uniquely positioned to identify gaps, support the most important needs, and shape a brighter future for generations to come.
As we continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and inexcusable racial injustice, we need to help each other even more. Even as our staff works remotely, we are committed to continued listening to the needs of our community, learning (and unlearning) with our donors and partners, and responding quickly to pressing needs as they arise. We hope you'll join us.
CURRENT ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Gallery Artist: King Nobuyoshi Godwin
The Durham Art Guild and Triangle Community Foundation are thrilled to present work from King Nobuyoshi Godwin in the Triangle Community Artists Gallery. During this time while our office is closed, we are heartbroken that no one can see our beautiful gallery in person. But the show must go on! We encourage you to visit our virtual gallery, where you can peruse the current show at your leisure, and purchase art if you desire.
"King expresses his feelings about the important things in life and love in his paintings. He believes in his work and each creation is precious to him. Colors and numbers are friends with their own special meanings. To King, 4,500 is the happiest number, but 07 is sad, while 77 is a good day! He smiles when he paints and pours his feelings into each canvas.
King thinks being autistic is pretty lucky because it gives him the capability to see beautiful trees and talk to them. Every piece purchased supports his ability to live independently. King’s career as a professional artist is not only inspiring, it serves as proof that life with a disability can be productive and meaningful."
A DIVERSE COMMUNITY
Our region, made up of four counties, is home to a growing number of unique people with a diverse array of abilities and challenges. Interested in learning more? Take a minute to learn more about our continuously growing region, and the nonprofits that serve it.
- Orange County 148,696 people
- Durham County 324,833 people
- Wake County 1,129,410 people
- Chatham County 76,285 people
Source: 2020 U.S. Census