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More Than 150 Local Nonprofits Attend SHARE Fest

Written by antia_14924    on September 26, 2022    in

SHARE Charlotte hosted their first-ever SHARE Fest event on Thursday, September 22, at the Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont in Charlotte, N.C. More than 150 nonprofit partners attended the event in hopes to connect with service providers who can help their organization thrive. 

SHARE Fest provided an opportunity for local nonprofit organizations to meet 18 service providers in accounting, grant writing, event planning, finance, human resources, IT, assessment, photography, graphic design and much more. 

Nonprofit veteran Shannon Walker, Advancement Manager for the Carolina Raptor Center, a nonprofit focused on environmental stewardship in addition to rehabilitation of birds of prey, was excited to attend the event and see so many familiar faces. 

Antia Dawkins Joins SHARE Charlotte as Marketing Director

Written by antia_14924    on September 20, 2022    in

SHARE Charlotte is pleased to announce that Antia Dawkins has joined our team as our new marketing director. In this role, Antia will be responsible for creating a broad awareness about SHARE Charlotte through the creation and execution of annual marketing plans for neighbors, nonprofits and partners. She will also be responsible for managing three annual community wide giving campaigns: Do Good Week, Shop for Good and #GivingTuesdayCLT. 

#SpotlightOnCLT: Hispanic Heritage Month

Written by Erin Morris    on September 14, 2022    in
Hispanic Heritage Month
September 15th - October 15th

National Hispanic Heritage Month is annually celebrated from September 15 to October 15 in the United States for recognizing the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture, and achievements for the United States.

SHARE Charlotte is proud to highlight Hispanic Heritage Month through our #SpotlightOnCLT series by amplifying the voices of nonprofits in our community.  See below just a small section of organizations who are doing the good work to help support and empower the hispanic community in Charlotte.  Follow along with us on social media all month as we share these inspiring stories.

Amplifying Youth Service Across the Community

Written by Erin Morris    on September 8, 2022

Amplifying Youth Service Across the Community

SHARE Charlotte, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and GenerationNation are partnering to increase and improve youth service across the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area. This project is supported in part by Youth Service America, whose national goal is 50% youth participation by America’s 250th birthday in 2026.

Project initiatives include: 

  • Engaging youth, nonprofits, schools, and community leaders on youth service