A New Way to Grow Philanthropy in Charlotte

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Development Wednesday By Julie Conigliaro, Senior Development Officer I had the privilege this morning of listening to Karla Williams, a national fundraising consultant based in Charlotte, at the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ monthly breakfast meeting. Karla’s message: philanthropy causes community. On the surface, Charlotte seems to be chock full of philanthropists. It seems that everyone …

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Giving Kids A Chance To Change The World

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CCI Tuesday By Christie Kahil, Program Director, Education I don’t know that many people regularly check out the CMS website for news, but I’ve embraced my geekiness, and the news flash about Barringer Academic Center Monday was worth it. Barringer students, with teachers Mindy Passe and Rachel Herring, entered the Siemens We Can Change the …

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Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

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Is it Friday already? It may be hot outside, but there is a ton of cool stuff going on around town for the next two days! Here is just a small sampling of all those cool things in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this weekend. Charlotte Squawks: The 7-Year BIT@# Returning for their seventh edition, the …

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The Next Best Thing?

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CCI Thursday By Robert Bush, Senior Vice President, Cultural & Community Investment Last summer, ASC invited a select group of organizations to apply for our first Cultural Innovation Grants designed to provide support to emerging organizations that show promise programmatically and innovation in serving the diverse population of our region.  Providing this new kind of …

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Thank you. Two simple words that go a long way.

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Development Wednesday By Chavon Carroll, Donor Marketing Officer Thank You. It’s one of those simple phrases that can quickly brighten your day. The problem is that when you have more than 28,000 donors who generously donate to your organization that personal connection “thank you” is oftentimes hard to relay. Enter our savior: The Wells Fargo …

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