Arts Matter Workshop Series

Triangle Community Foundation has partnered with ARTS Action Research to bring a series of workshops to the Triangle designed specifically to help nonprofit arts organizations with planning, resource development, knowledge building, and assessment to further their artistic missions. You’re invited to participate! Over the next year, the Foundation and ARTS … Continued

Creating Connections Between Culture and Nature

Traveling around the Triangle, we see traffic congestion while commuting to and from work, new apartment buildings in the skyline, and more and more construction of highways and roads. These are just results of the Triangle’s popularity across the country as it tops the “best of” lists and more people … Continued

Art Reception: “Beating Hearts”

We invite you to join us for a morning art reception with light breakfast, conversation with the artist, and a special peek into how the works are created. When? Friday, May 17, from 9:00 am – 10:30 am Where? Triangle Community Foundation, 800 Park Offices Dr., Suite 201, Research Triangle Park, … Continued

Triangle Donors Forum: Reinvigorating a Region

How can your philanthropy close the gaps in our community and help reinvigorate our region towards progress? Last Thursday, more than 40 donors and community leaders joined Triangle Community Foundation at our Donors Forum. We were joined by David Dodson, President of MDC, at Hayti Heritage Center to take a … Continued

Nonprofit Town Halls

Join us and the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits for a Nonprofit Town Hall meeting. Nonprofit Town Halls will offer nonprofit board and staff an opportunity to talk with other nonprofit leaders and elected officials about some of the major policy issues facing North Carolina nonprofits in 2019. We’ll strategize ways that we … Continued

What Matters: A Thriving Community

On May 1, over 500 of us gathered at What Matters (click here to see photographs) to learn what it will take for everyone in our community to thrive, and how we can build the roadmap to get there, together. We’ve compiled helpful resources from the day, as well as what … Continued

Social Justice Through Art

How would people living on death row believe they have a story to share? How would they consider their story even matters? Society would relegate them to its “outskirts” along with others deemed unworthy of story, where difference is uncounted. Lynden Harris and the team at Hidden Voices are working … Continued

Nurturing Youth and Community

It’s a picture-perfect autumn afternoon, and the SEEDS two-acre urban farm is a hive of activity. As you walk through the whimsically designed gates, the space stretches ahead, a fusion of cozy backyard and childhood wonderland. A sprawling herb garden embraces the top tier of the property and offers up … Continued

Leaving a Legacy

For Jim Stewart and Frances Dyer, contributing to the community has always been a part of life. Growing up in Durham, Stewart was keenly aware of his father’s (John “Shag” Stewart) passion and impact in the region, and knew he had big shoes to fill. “My dad’s favorite expression was … Continued

The Science of a Legacy

Like many scientists, George Hitchings and Gertrude “Trudy” Elion aren’t exactly household names, despite their incredible achievements. They are best known for winning the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1988. Together, they created innovative drug treatments for leukemia, malaria, AIDS, and more. Those familiar with the history of Triangle Community … Continued