The Community Foundation is supporting a youth symposium and a statue honoring lives lost in the church bombing, two ways to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Civil Right events and look to the future.
Woodlawn senior Shelby Wilson wins Community Foundation Scholarship award for 2013.
Cromwell Trust Scholarship of Community Foundation helps aspiring performers with training needed to take their talent to new heights.
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.
Valentine’s Day gift to your community — support what you love and what makes your life better in greater Birmingham.
AT&T 50th Anniversary Civil Rights Scholarships commemorate the past and provide boost for Birmingham students who seek a college education, with support from a Scholarship Fund of the Community Foundation.
Lora Terry joins Kathryn Corey in supporting Donor Advisors as partners in philanthropy, giving together to drive positive change across greater Birmingham.
Advised Funds continue to grow as a flexible form of philanthropy, with Community Foundation donors joining the trend of partnerships to make the most of charitable giving.
Ken Jackson gift of $500,000 expands grants for Remy Fund, plus $100,000 for Advised Fund — all part of his partnership with the Community Foundation ot make greater Birmingham even greater.
American Planning Association award honors great model of YWoodlawn and the work of partners, led by YWCA of Central Alabama, to transform a community.