Leanna Calvin founded Exposure Project, a Unite Charlotte First Year grantee, as a way to introduce students to various career options.
Money Magnets Club encourages entrepreneurship among elementary school kids and their guardians through education, exposure and resources.
More than a hundred volunteers gathered Saturday, April 29, across three locations in Grier Heights, Lakeview and Camp Greene and in Hidden Valley on Saturday, May 6 to participate
Exodus Foundation aims to keep individuals impacted by jails and prison systems in society through mentorship and mental health support.
By Taylor Mabrey, Content Manager Despierta, in English, means “rise up.” For Juliana Lozano and Andrea Mora, that word symbolizes resiliency and empowerment. In 2020, Lozano a
By Taylor Mabrey, Content Manager “One thing that I love is representation. I love getting the opportunity to see kids that look like me represented in literature,” said author
Alluvium, a grantee in the Unite Charlotte initiative, is a nonprofit organization that serves at-risk youth from third to eighth grade.
Care Ring has been serving Charlotte since 1955 and their mission has remained the same after all these years – to provide high-quality healthcare services in a holistic manner
Around 15% of the Mecklenburg County population lives in food deserts, which is greater than the national average of about 11%. (MeckNC.gov) This means that around 15% of the popul