Stories

Some call it stories. Others call it a blog. But here you will find nuggets of goodness to use and -- you guessed it -- SHARE!

‘Tis the season for Holiday Shopping!

 

Your Guide to Holiday Giving for Charlotte Nonprofits

Are you searching for a local nonprofit to support this holiday season? Join in with friends and family and use this Holiday Giving Guide to make a difference this season. You can make an impact by providing support in exactly the way these organizations need it most, everything from providing meals, pajamas, toys, gift cards to donating books!

Behind the Red Vest

Recognize these red vests? The red vests are symbols of the helpful faces at Lowe’s that help make your home and garden beautiful. However, the red vest also represents so much more!  Lowe’s has a long history of generously providing support to local nonprofits in their hometown of Charlotte, helping to create  a stronger community for everyone.

Navigating the Necessities Digital Guide

Navigating the Necessities Digital Guide

presented by SHARE Charlotte and WellsFargo

The Navigating the Necessities Digital Guide is here. It  features 24 non profit organizations providing support in the areas  of Food, Child Care, Employment and Housing. These non profit organizations are providing resources to mothers and families in need across Mecklenburg County. 

Laura Ashley gives away hundreds of items to local nonprofits

Laura Ashley, global lifestyle brand known for its iconic floral prints and classic fashion and home furnishings, operates its North American headquarters in Fort Mill, SC. 

The Fort Mill office oversees the design and distribution of Laura Ashley products in the U.S and has established a local showroom to archive and display the brand’s collections. Unable to properly distribute incoming samples during the pandemic, the brand accumulated thousands of items that needed to be cycled out of the showroom.

Mecklenburg County Mothers face challenges at a heavy price

Share Charlotte hosted our first-ever Navigating the Necessities event on Thursday, October 13th.

More than 125 Charlotteans gathered at the Loaves and Fishes/Friendship Trays Warehouse to connect and hear five dynamic women speak about the challenges women face in Mecklenburg County.

Housing Collaborative, formerly Socialserve, provides resources to aid in the affordable housing crisis and how can you help

Finding a place to live when you are experiencing homelessness can be next to impossible with the increasing cost of rent in Charlotte.
 
Housing Collaborative, formerly known as Socialserve, is a comprehensive resource and support center for residents and nonprofit organizations to find affordable housing. Each day, they make a difference, collaborating with different people, groups and organizations to increase access to housing by providing flexible, and responsive support. 
 

Share With Us!

We have so much great news to share from our nonprofit partners about their amazing work. But, we'd love to hear from you. Let us know if you have stories you'd like to tell and we'll make you a guest blogger!!