After 40 years, Triangle Community Foundation would not be where we are today without phenomenal partners. In celebration of those connections, over the course of 2023 we are profiling one to mark each year of our existence. Learn more about a few of our many donors, nonprofit partners, staff, Board members, and more. We are so grateful for you all!
DONORS AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Dr. George Hitchings started the Foundation in 1983 with a donation of $1,000 and a vision “for a community that came together, set aside differences, and gave back to those in need.”
Rebecca Balter and Katherine Seligmann are partners in philanthropy, fostering their family's tradition of giving back for future generations.
David Dodson's parents exemplified service to the community, and he carries on their legacy today in the community of Durham.
Marsha Morgan's testimony emphasizes the importance of giving circles and how this form of giving has impacted her philanthropy journey.
Bernard Hsu is passionate about many things – his family and fitness regimen, the arts, and taking time to dig deeper in his community.
Discover how legacy gifts sparked major impact, from catalyzing local arts programs to conserving precious green spaces.
Darryl Lester embodies time, talent, and treasure in his work as a philanthropy evangelist and social uplift engineer.
James "Jim" Stewart is a champion for the community,"living in the arena" rather than the grandstands.
Triangle Capacity-Building Network works to fund organizations led by and serving communities traditionally excluded or overlooked by inequitable funding cycles.
Kiran empowers victims/survivors of domestic abuse by providing access to information, education, and other necessary support.
BUMP: The Triangle engages community youth to spark passion for the power of African-diasporic arts and performance.
College was never in the cards for Erandi Villa until she had a teacher who believed in her and showed her that a scholarship could help make her dream possible.