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 […]
February 17, 2022

Moving Mountains In Western North Carolina

Since 1978, Pisgah Legal Services (PLS) has advocated on behalf of the most vulnerable populations of Western North Carolina (WNC). The work demands equal parts tenacity […]
January 18, 2022

Staying the Course in Uncharted Territory

How a strategic plan helped Charleston nonprofit move forward with faith Jewish Family Services of Greater Charleston (JFSGC) was poised for a major organizational shift at […]
December 1, 2021

Playing To Their Strengths

One nonprofit’s mission to improve academic performance in Charleston, SC   Children are living, breathing celebrations. In their excitement and wonder is an invitation to view […]
September 30, 2021

Fluent In Compassion

Camino Health Center: Fluent In Compassion For some, the “unprecedented times” that have come to define 2020 resulted in silver linings. More quality time with family, […]
August 31, 2021

Easy As ABC

Easy As ABC: Reach Out and Read opens doors to literacy in the Carolinas Once upon a time, Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s statistics on early childhood literacy were troubling […]