GCIP in North Carolina

North Carolina ReportNorth Carolina is the site of NCRP's second in a series of reports from the Grantmaking for Community Impact Project (GCIP). In the newly released report "Strengthening Democracy, Increasing Opportunities: Impacts of  Advocacy, Organizing and Civic Engagement in North Carolina" documented how 13 local nonprofits and their allies leveraged foundation grants to secure nearly $2 billion in benefits for North Carolinians. The first report looked at more than a dozen nonprofits in New Mexico.

Thirteen nonprofits from different regions in North Carolina featured in the research are:

  • Center for Community Action
  • Center for Participatory Change
  • Communities Helping All Neighbors Gain Empowerment (CHANGE)
  • Concerned Citizens of Tillery
  • Durham CAN
  • Equality North Carolina
  • Helping Empower Local People (HELP)
  • NC Housing Coalition
  • NC Justice Center
  • Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods
  • Senior PharmAssist
  • Student Action with Farmworkers
  • Toxic Free North Carolina

In partnership with the N.C. Center for Nonprofits and the NC Network of Grantmakers, NCRP is presenting the results on May 11, at a gathering in Greensboro, N.C. The host committee for this event includes: Andrea Bazán, Triangle Community Foundation; Millie Buchanan, Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation; Betty Craven, Warner Foundation; Gita Gulati-Partee, OpenSource Leadership Strategies; Bobbi Hapgood, NC Network of Grantmakers; David Heinen, NC Center for Nonprofits; Amy Lytle, Nonprofit and Volunteer Connections; Karen McNeil-Miller, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust; Mary Mountcastle, Trustee, Z. Smith Reynolds and Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundations; Donna Newton, Guilford Nonprofit Consortium; Tara Sandercock, Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro; and Bob Wagner, Community Foundation of Western North Carolina.

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