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The Winston-Salem Foundation is a 98-year-old community foundation comprised of more than 1,300 funds created by charitable individuals and organizations. Since 1919, individuals, families, and corporations have used our expertise to improve the quality of life in Forsyth County, its surrounding ar
2011, marked the 10-year anniversary of the passing of Bharati Parekh. She was a caring, selfless mother who touched the lives of everyone who knew her. She was a bright woman, educated as a chemist and finishing at the top of her class in Gujarat! Always with a smile, she was a devoted wife, mothe
In many ways, the Foundation's mission and values are intertwined with those of our community. As a philanthropic organization with a broad community focus, we witness our values being practiced on a daily basis – among community members, students, businesses and nonprofits just to name a few. Co
CPCC has been a part of the Charlotte landscape for over 50 years. It has more than six campuses located throughout Mecklenburg County. CPCC provides a comprehensive assortment of services and resources to help you reach your full potential as a student or working professional. The College’s staf
The Winston-Salem Foundation has been recognized for having organizational and financial practices that are in accordance with the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations. In 2000, The Council on Foundations (www.cof.org) and leaders in the community foundation field created National S
The Women’s Independence Scholarship Program, Inc. began as a program of The Sunshine Lady Foundation (SLF) in 1999 and for 8 years provided scholarships to women survivors of intimate partner abuse who were changing their lives through education. In December 2007, SLF Founder and President, Dori