Lezlie Briggs announced that Truliant Federal Credit Union is making grants of up to $1,000 to area nonprofits for programming or capacity-building. Details here.
Lezlie Briggs announced a link to grants being made by Cardinal Innovations in 20 N.C. counties.
Lezlie Briggs announced a free city Neighborhood Exchange breakfast on Saturday, April 21 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. at 1764 Norland Rd. Details here.
Lezlie Briggs announced that, as an outgrowth of city discussions of how to curb homicide and domestic violence, City Council approved a $50,000 fund to support $500 Jumpstart Community Safety micro-grants for projects to be completed by June 30 on issues of conflict resolution and mediation; crime fighting and prevention; and opportunities for youth and/or parents. Details here.
Jessica Davis announced a free community advisory interest roundtable to discuss concerns about the justice system over dinner. Event is Tuesday, March 27 with dinner at 5:45 p.m. and event from 6:15-7:15 at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Main Library Francis Room, 310 N. Tryon St. Flier here.
Blanche Penn announced a 2nd Annual Summer Arts Camp running during six weeks between June 11 and July 20 at West Charlotte Recreation Center, 2401 Kendall Dr.
Tiffani Teachey announced the National Council of Negro Women Charlotte Section’s 24th annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Celebration on Saturday, March 24 from 5 p.m. at Hilton Executive Park, 5624 WestPark Dr. Flier here.
Nakisa Glover announced that some honoraria are available for speakers and performers engaged with the upcoming Justice First Tour. Raleigh’s April 12 launch here. Charlotte launch April 14.
Judith Wilson Burkes announced the 2nd annual Single Parent Forum on Saturday, March 24 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at 1520 West Blvd. Flier here.
Burch Walker announced a summer camp registration day on Tuesday, April 10 from 4-7 p.m. at C.W. Williams Community Health Center, 3333 Wilkinson Blvd.
Burch Walker announced that the annual C.W. Williams Community Health Center Health Fair would be held Aug. 11.
Ceretha Sherrill invited people to join United Voices as its plans Juneteenth programming. The group meets after the Forum at 700 Parkwood Ave.
Sylvia Grier sent in a packet about Genesis Project’s 11th anniversary celebration in April and May.
Justin Harlow sent in his March 20 District 2 Update.
Greg Phipps sent in an announcement of a City Council District 4 town hall on Tuesday, March 27 from 6-8 p.m. at Oasis Shriners, 604 Doug Mayes Place. Flier here.
April Barnes sent in an announcement of a free screening of the PBS Frontline film, “Being Mortal,” to be held Monday, April 17 from 6-8 p.m. at PACE of the Southern Piedmont, 6133 The Plaza. Flier here.
April Barnes sent in a flier about “What Would You Do?” an exploration of issues around “aging, transportation and isolation” typically faced by older adults, to be held Tuesday, May 1 from 9:30-a.m.-noon at Aldersgate Retirement Community, 3211 Bishops Way Lane. Free breakfast. RSVP at 980-224-0882 or by e-mail.
Brenda Robinson sent in a flier about her June Aviation Camp. Discounted price through April 22.
Joyce Waddell sent in a comment about breakup of school districts nationwide.
Dena Diorio sent in her March 19 Board Bulletin.
Keiba Young sent in a statewide directory of summer camps for children with special needs, produced by the UNC School of Social Work.