Gus Heard-Hughes takes part in a panel on what funders want from nonprofit partners as we work together to make our communities great places to live.
Take your pick of School Board 101 sessions, which provide four Saturdays of training for parents, PTA members and school board members, current and future.
Anne Bethea serves as Director of Gift Planning, working with professional advisors and their charitable clients who want to use the Community Foundation as a partner in driving positive change.
Sheree Wilkerson joins Community Foundation as Scholarship Manager and assistant to Grants and Initiatives team.
SAIL forum first in series for funders and nonprofit organizations working together to provide high quality summer learning opportunities for Birmingham’s children.
Valentine’s Day gift to your community — support what you love and what makes your life better in greater Birmingham.
New on-line mental health directory provides resources for this important aspect of health, including Alabama and national resources.
Kate Nielsen announces retirement plans, with search for next Community Foundation president to begin soon.
Creative Birmingham initiative looks for opportunities for job growth in the creative sector, building on what the arts are already doing for our community.
Partnership with new Habitat center opens opportunities for homeowners to learn everything from budgeting to repair techniques, all to help people gain and maintain stable, quality, affordable housing.