April 6, 2023

Honoring the Legacy of Leon Levine Remarks from Thomas W. Lawrence, III, President On Wednesday, April 5, we lost a beacon of light for our community.  […]
March 1, 2023

Greensboro Jewish Federation’s Guiding Light

Greensboro Jewish Federation’s Guiding Light Executive Director Reflects on Upcoming Retirement Marilyn Chandler was twenty-three, married, and working in the Catskill Mountains when she received a […]
January 30, 2023

Meet Gillian

Gillian Small joins TLLF as new Program Officer TLLF: How has your prior work experience impacted your desire to pursue a career in philanthropy? GS: I’ve […]
January 11, 2023

The Sound of Celebration

Charlotte nonprofit celebrates 55 years of speech-language and hearing interventions People make hundreds of choices every day. In many cases, these choices are innocuous and often […]
September 27, 2022

Special Delivery for Greenville Seniors

Special Delivery for Greenville Seniors Long before the days of COVID-19, numerous Americans were housebound. For decades, Meals on Wheels of America has provided support to […]
September 22, 2022

Meet Jacob

Jacob Wiltshire joins TLLF as new Program Officer TLLF: You’re originally from Asheville. What’s something you most enjoy about that part of the state?JW: The natural […]
August 18, 2022

You’ve got a friend in us

Charlotte nonprofit creates Fun Zone for individuals with developmental disabilities If we’ve learned anything from the past few years of uncertainty, heartache, and isolation, it is […]
July 6, 2022

Feeling Right At Home

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte helps kids thrive at local shelter When Amy Hudson was 40, she went back to college. As a student […]
May 19, 2022

Prescribing Hope

Prescribing Hope: Meet the Georgetown, SC health network changing lives For an uninsured patient, the barriers to care can seem insurmountable. But healthcare networks throughout the […]