May 8, 2024

Take Shelter

Local Leader Reflects on Homelessness and Nonprofit Work In 1990, a social work intern named Deronda Metz became a resident monitor at the Center of Hope […]
April 17, 2024

Sobering Realities

Tony Marciano reflects on tenure as addiction recovery leader On June 9th at 3:00, Tony Marciano will hand a pair of shoes to Trina Fullard, his […]
February 14, 2024

Deepening the Bench

Team Levine Welcomes New Staff Amid Foundation’s Continued Growth It’s an exciting time for The Leon Levine Foundation as leadership determines the vision for a new […]
December 15, 2023

Tidings of Cheer from Team Levine

The wins that made our 2023 merry and bright There are several points throughout the year when we like to slow down and reflect on our […]
October 11, 2023

Harbingers of Hope

Holocaust survivors receive care from Southeast support network “Are there any left? I thought they were all gone.” This is a common refrain regarding Holocaust survivors […]
September 13, 2023

Literacy Nonprofits Put On Their Thinking Caps

How six partners are addressing summer learning loss in Charlotte Classrooms around the nation are filled once again with the sights and sounds of progress – […]
July 12, 2023

TLLF Welcomes First Intern

Meet Cassie This summer, TLLF and family office L&L Management are proud to host our first intern, Cassie Shortman. Get to know her in the brief […]
June 15, 2023

Two Former Charlotte Executives To Join The Leon Levine Foundation Board

The Leon Levine Foundation (TLLF) announces that Michael Marsicano and Arrington Mixon have been appointed to its Board of Directors, effective immediately. The Board voted this […]
May 11, 2023

Mastering the Art of Aging with Dignity and Purpose

Mastering the Art of Aging with Dignity and Purpose For some aging adults, the future is promising. Their families are close by and can provide companionship, […]