12,000 CHILDREN AGES 5 to 17, FROM CHATHAM, DURHAM, ORANGE & WAKE COUNTIES HAVE ENJOYED ALL CAMP HAS TO OFFER THROUGH SEND A KID TO CAMP™ SINCE 1984.

THAT’S $3.3 MILLION RAISED BY YOU TO ENSURE ALL KIDS HAVE ACCESS TO CAMP ENRICHMENT. Since 1984, the Send A Kid To Camp™ program of Triangle Community Foundation has provided a safe, educational, healthy outlet for our community’s children through summer camp scholarships.  All children can benefit from a camp … Continued

Giving Circles Feature: The Beehive Collective

While not a new concept, giving circles have become an increasingly popular and important form of philanthropy, allowing a group of individuals to combine resources to have a larger funding impact on an organization or issue area. We believe in the power of collective giving to make great change, and … Continued

What Matters: Women

Nearly 800 community members, the largest crowd yet, came together for this year’s What Matters to learn about how women continue to face significant challenges as it relates to health, housing, employment, and education. The Raleigh Convention Center was packed with both women and men from all walks of life. … Continued

Family Legacy Meets Social Justice

Rebecca Balter’s story begins long before she was even born. Balter comes from a long line of entrepreneurs; her family built a successful bank in Dresden, Germany at the turn of the 20th century. In fact, the family believed so much in building a legacy for their employees, that it … Continued

A Life of Service: There is No Other Way

As Vice President of Operations at Methodist Home for Children, Ken Perry says that he has always had a passion for philanthropy. The human service agency that he has grown to become a pillar of provides safe, stable homes where at-risk children can thrive and ultimately succeed. The organization builds … Continued

Conserving Land and Legacy

With your help, we have granted $767,111 to environmental organizations through Fund for the Triangle since FY 2013-2014 While strolling through Good Hope Farm on a sunny afternoon, one gets the curious feeling that the farm is a living, breathing organism all on its own. A resident farmer pulls up … Continued

Tackling Systemic Homelessness Together

With your help, we have granted $642,450 to community development organizations through Fund for the Triangle since FY 2013-2014 Lack of affordable housing, financial insecurity, and systemic unemployment are intersecting crises of global proportions. While Chapel Hill and Durham’s dearth of affordable housing is typical of most U.S. cities, Community … Continued

Heart Surgery and Hammers

Cécile Noël would rather comfort a ten-year old Nicaraguan boy with a hole in his heart than attend a board meeting. “When he came at the beginning of the week, the boy had a cough and a runny nose so he couldn’t be evaluated for treatment because you can’t intubate … Continued