Photos by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE A celebration of the history of giving in the African-American community was held at the Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) gala at
The Winston-Salem Foundation hosted its annual Community Luncheon on May 4 with a record-breaking crowd of over 1,200 community members in attendance. The Foundation also announced the recipients of the 2016 Winston-Salem Foundation Award and the 2016 ECHO Awards.
Special to The Chronicle The New Winston Museum is pleased to announce it has received a $25,000 grant from the Frances and Jesse Temple Fund of the Winston-Salem Foundation. These funds
In above photo: Winston-Salem Foundation The Winston-Salem Foundation and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) are pleased to announce the Peer Project, a 5-year, $2 million commitment by the Foundation. The program
The Winston-Salem Foundation announces 25 Community Grants totaling $422,896 that will touch the lives of many living in Forsyth County.
(pictured above: Volunteers treat hundreds of patients.) Hundreds of people braved the cold and endured an hourslong wait to have
Nuisance abatement is a fancy legal term for an age-old problem. From the Bible to the Hatfields and McCoys, there
NBN hopes groups benefit from network of sharing (pictured above: NBN’s Dee Washington greets meeting attendees.) Neighbors For Better Neighborhoods’ grantees