Stories

Storytelling is such an important part of our community, and we work hard to amplify voices that represent those who care deeply about the Triangle and those who work hard to make it a better place for everyone.

Giving Differently in 2021

This article ran in the Triangle Business Journal in January 2021, as a part of the A Better World series.   At the start of each new year, it is human nature to assess the past and attempt a clean… Continued “Giving Differently in 2021”

Creative Fundraising, the Philanthropic Response, and the Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Local Arts Organizations in the Triangle

“Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Arts & Health at Duke is working remotely so you can reach us by email. Our Music at Bedside program is on hold until further noticeDurham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) has suspended all… Continued “Creative Fundraising, the Philanthropic Response, and the Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Local Arts Organizations in the Triangle”

What Comes Next?

This blog post originally ran in the Triangle Business Journal, as part of their "A Better World" piece, a monthly column from philanthropic leaders.  After the shock of a crisis wears off and the initial surge of charitable giving dies… Continued “What Comes Next?”

An Inside Look at Artist Lakeshia T. Reid’s show, In Front of the Mirror

We’re so lucky at Triangle Community Foundation to have new art exhibits every six months through our partnership with Durham Art Guild’s [email protected] program. As part of the Foundation’s focus on regional cultural arts, our office space also serves as… Continued “An Inside Look at Artist Lakeshia T. Reid’s show, In Front of the Mirror”

Gratitude for our Planet: Celebrating an Adapted 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

This year, April 22nd marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. It will also be my family’s 38th day at home due to COVID-19. Although this year’s celebration of Earth Day won’t look anything like how I’d (or probably anyone… Continued “Gratitude for our Planet: Celebrating an Adapted 50th Anniversary of Earth Day”

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