Twice a year, charity marathon Games Done Quick (GDQ) runs for a week in support of designated non-profit organizations, including Doctors Without Borders.
There is an honesty, courage, and hope in storytelling, particularly of difficult experiences. This is how one North Caroline non-profit ensures that everyone's voice has the opportunity to be heard.
Did you know that 1.6 million Americans are living with type one diabetes (T1D)? T1D is an autoimmune disease that at present is non-preventable and non-curable, impacting both children and adults.
The COVID-19 pandemic challenged us all in expected ways. Children were not spared from its effects. The CMS Foundation works to support Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and develop a community-wide culture of "schoolanthropy"—the support of public education.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBS) is a national network of mentors committed to helping youth meet their full potential. At the core of BBBS is Community-Based Mentoring, fostering one-to-one matches between Bigs and Littles to empower youth while strengthening communities.
By leveraging their collective expertise, technology leaders are fostering a community to continually connect, learn, grow, and lead.
Many of us attribute our success to the mentors and community that shaped us and helped us grow. Here is how one North Carolina non-profit ensures at-risk youth have access to a supportive community.
Social entrepreneurship is disrupting the way people think about the relationship between business and social impact. The field is gaining popularity across college campuses as students work toward a meaningful career rooted in solving the world’s most pressing issues.
Jim Valvano was the basketball coach of NC State University who led the team to win the ’83 NCAA Championship. After being diagnosed with cancer, he helped to establish the V Foundation with one goal in mind: to achieve victory over cancer. Since 1993, V Foundation has funded more than $250 million in cancer research grants.
Food is at the center of New Orleans' culture and economy. This is how one organization uses it as a vehicle for change.