2017 Executive Directory Academy Graduates

2016-2017 Executive Director Academy Graduates: Anita Brock-Carter Ivan Canada Paulette Dodson Leslie Isakoff Kista Mansell Jacqueline Phillips Maria Rosato Joe Rotondi Robin Lindsey Anne Tubaugh Dianne Walker Chris Williams Facilitators: Joan Tavares and Chris Musselwhite  

Consortium Members Receive Online Discount to N.C. Center for Nonprofits

We are pleased to announce our members are eligible to receive a discount on their memberships to the N.C. Center for Nonprofits. The Center’s services augment the benefits you receive through the Consortium. You’ll have access to Information Central, a robust on-line library of sample policies, templates, and carefully vetted articles. Through Member Assistance, your staff…

Robin Sizemore wins GNPC Donna Newton Scholarship for 2014

Hopscotch Adoptions Director wins Donna Newton Executive Director Academy Scholarship For Robin Sizemore, International Adoption is not just a career; it is a way of life. While she has been an Adoption professional since 1995, she also is the adoptive mother of a child from the Republic of Georgia. This personal interest has led her…

Peacehaven Community Farm Named Nonprofit of the Year

Peacehaven Community Farm was named the 2014 Premier Bank Nonprofit  of the Year at the annual Celebration of Nonprofits held at the Greensboro Country Club on November 6.  Executive Director Buck Cochran accepted the award on behalf of Peacehaven.  Along with the recognition, Peacehaven received a check for $1000 from Lou Nunn, a representative of Premier…

Nonprofit Consortium – Navigating in Difficult Times

From the News & Record The Guilford Nonprofit Consortium, started in 2003, fosters training and networking for the nonprofit sector. The nonprofit sector employs 22,000 people in Guilford County, according to the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, and these institutions generate more than $2.7 billion in revenue. More than 100 representatives of nonprofits from across…

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For the past two decades, in response to societal needs, nonprofit organizations have proliferated in Guilford County and around the country. This growth prompted Skip Moore, president of the Weaver Foundation, to question whether our local nonprofit sector and our community might benefit from nonprofits coming together to support one another in meeting their ever-increasing…