John Winter's legacy as a devoted father, philanthropist, and advocate for marginalized communities lives on. We are honored to be the stewards of his charitable intentions and to continue his mission of making a positive difference in the lives of children.
Gwen's parents grew up in the Jim Crow South and met while studying at North Carolina A&T, a historically Black college and university. Her father entered a segregated Army and her mother was a teacher. It is this keen awareness of the sacrifices and triumphs...
Even well after her tenure ended at Heman Street Elementary School, Rhoda Sike's passion for teaching never wavered and she found a way to continue making an impact on students.
It was an “a-ha” moment for Pamela Kip Reisman Monaco when she read another woman’s story of leaving a planned gift to the Community Foundation.
Giving Voice Fall 2022: Donor Story
Per household, the average value of assets set to transfer over the next 10 years is $79,700, so an average gift of $4,000 from each household could make a significant difference!
Caragh believes that building a financial plan is like putting together a puzzle and charitable giving is an important piece.
Dr. Robert J. Vitkus adored the outdoors, and Tomorrow's Neighborhood's Today seeks to continue his vision.
Despite never attending college himself, his dedication to education and the improvement of local school facilities was recognized when the city renamed its Northeast location Henninger High School.
George listened to each constituent and valued their time. He appreciated talent whether it was from a high school student or a senior citizen.