Foundation For The Carolinas

4 ways Foundation For The Carolinas can help your nonprofit

Here are four ways to take advantage of what the Center for Nonprofit Sustainability offers to help nonprofits thrive and focus on mission.

Nonprofits in the Charlotte region can find a helping hand at The Center for Nonprofit Sustainability at Foundation For The Carolinas. In addition to fund management, the Center provides seminars and networking opportunities, meeting space and more. Here are four ways to take advantage of what the Center offers:

Learn and Network:  Join nonprofit organizations and community partners for discussions and seminars on capacity-building topics ranging from risk management to board leadership to investment trends. Next up — Planned Giving: A Platform for Growth and Stability. This session will focus on how nonprofits can best prepare themselves to launch a planned giving initiative. Oct. 17, 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., USC Lancaster. Register now.

Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary recently placed its endowment with the Greater Charlotte Cultural Trust, an FFTC subsidiary foundation dedicated to sustaining Charlotte’s vibrant cultural community.

Establish a Fund:  Agency Funds are a simple and efficient solution to help nonprofits build future resources through skilled investment management and stewardship.  Nonprofits are relieved of the administrative burden of endowment management and have access to sophisticated investment options and top-quality managers at low costs. The Center provides a wide range of solutions designed to ensure your organization’s financial security and increase your ability to focus on your mission. Learn more.

Gift Acceptance:  We can facilitate gifts of a wide variety of assets, such as appreciated stock, real property, and closely held business interests. This increases the potential ways your donors can contribute to your organization and helps remove barriers preventing additional support.  Learn more.

Need meeting or event space? Foundation For The Carolinas offers conference rooms of various sizes to nonprofits within our 13-county region free of charge during weekday business hours, subject to availability. Event spaces and conference rooms are also available to rent – weekdays, evenings and weekends – for business meetings, receptions, celebrations and nonprofit fundraisers. Located within our Levine Conference Center, our 16 meeting rooms accommodate between 5-40 guests. We offer a variety of layouts, including a tiered-seating classroom. Book a space now.


Visit the website to learn more about how The Center for Nonprofit Sustainability can help you build your capacity to help others.

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