How do you recognize the giving hearts that make our community special? National Philanthropy Day provides a good start, with seven top awards for individuals, corporations and nonprofit organizations.
Community Foundation week starts today, with plenty to be thankful for across the generous community of greater Birmingham.
Ed hands out his own report card on Nov. 8, as the Birmingham Education Foundation reports back to the community on progress in strengthening Birmingham City Schools.
Read and Romp 2012 brought families and children together to enjoy a day outdoors and take home books, calendars, bike helmets and great ideas for future success in school.
The Health Action Partnership brought representatives of key organizations together to celebrate successes and discuss the next steps in key priority areas to make our community a healthier place to live, work and play.
Area nonprofits can learn more about grant partnerships with the Community Foundation by participating in one of four conference calls, starting in October.
Birmingham365 celebrates an upcoming event milestone with a gift for the people and organizations that supply the fuel for this arts and cultural calendar.
Member Day 2012 opens the doors of 18 venues to your membership card from any one of the groups. This is your chance to sample the best of our region’s arts and culture.
Join a focus group on Sept. 12 if you are a young woman who is a breast cancer survivor. Learn more about how your input can help…
Who is the most outstanding philanthropist in our community in 2012? Tough choice, but one that the Alabama Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals has been making for 30 years as part of our community’s annual National Philanthropy Day. You have only four weeks left to submit your own nomination for the top awards…