At Charlotte Country Day School, fine arts is a lesson in multiculturalism

The school embraces a broader understanding of art, incorporating in its curriculum more artists of color and female artists.
By GlennOaks Media | November 6, 2020

With new hire, Providence Day School builds on its commitment to diversity

As independent schools and universities are being asked to confront past racism, PDS has created a new position that will work closely with alumni and current students of color and their families.
By GlennOaks Media | October 23, 2020

From freshman year to grad school, FFTC scholarship funds help students attain education goals

Foundation For The Carolinas manages nearly 150 donor-funded scholarships that provide support for a range of academic interests.
By GlennOaks Media | September 10, 2020

August is National Minority Donor Awareness Month. Have you considered organ donation?

Courtney Waring, a first-grade teacher in Rock Hill Schools, said a heart transplant two and a half years ago saved her life.
By GlennOaks Media | August 28, 2020

Principles of generosity thread across generations

Black philanthropists share their perspectives on giving for social change.
By Rosalyn Allison-Jacobs | August 28, 2020

Four Black Women on Leading Nonprofits in Charlotte

For some time now, Black women in Charlotte have working to address the needs in their communities.
By Crystal Marie | August 21, 2020

How two nonprofit leaders joined forces to promote Black Philanthropy Month

Before they could collaborate, leaders of SHARE Charlotte and NGAAP first had to establish trust and a shared vision.
By GlennOaks Media | August 14, 2020

As remote learning continues for CMS students, Read Charlotte launches free, online reading tool for grades K-4

With in-school learning halted because of the coronavirus, in-home support has never been more vital for young readers.
By GlennOaks Media | July 16, 2020