Youth Literacy

Empowering Through Education

Ask Dr. Umesh Gulati and his wife Usha for advice about living an impactful life, and they’re likely to say, “Have a conversation. Get to know someone.” Preferably someone who’s not like you. In their early years in the United… Continued “Empowering Through Education”

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… Continued “Nurturing Youth and Community”

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… Continued “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.”

Campaign for Grade-Level Reading Momentum Building Across Triangle Communities

Energy and excitement continues to build across the Triangle as communities join the NC Campaign for Grade-Level Reading. The campaign is part of a national initiative of more than 300 communities working to ensure more low-income children are reading at… Continued “Campaign for Grade-Level Reading Momentum Building Across Triangle Communities”

Wake Up And Read: Pacesetter in Youth Literacy

The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (CGLR) is a collaborative effort of funders, nonprofit partners, business leaders, government agencies, states and communities across the nation to ensure that many more children from low-income families succeed in school and graduate prepared for… Continued “Wake Up And Read: Pacesetter in Youth Literacy”

Camp Changes Lives

More than anything, Matthew wanted a friend. The transition from elementary school to middle school can be tough on any kid, but for Matthew, a child with autism, finding friends and fitting in was even more difficult. “His mother would… Continued “Camp Changes Lives”