CAROLINA’S | TENNESSEE LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2021-03-31T11:29:35-07:00
Carolina’s | Tennessee Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Wednesday - April 14
The latest local Charlotte/Charleston/Nashville/Memphis area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Fewer moms received prenatal care in Wilkes County, and more babies were born prematurely than in recent years (source: 2021 County Data Cards)
👉When parents & caregivers have the #healthcare they need, kids are healthier too! @journalpatriot
Despite last year's challenges, we stayed true to our mission and continued rescuing and rehabilitating injured, neglected and abused animals in the Mid-South. In fact, we conducted 97% MORE medical exams and treatments than we did in 2019. Help us continue by donating. ❤️🐾
Thousands of N Carolinians have spoken out & urged the #NCGA to #StopHB358, which would single trans youth out for discrimination at school by excluding them from school sports. ACT NOW: Urge your lawmakers to oppose this dangerous bill: https://t.co/uGZovda1LF #ProtectTransKids
📣Call to action!📣 Email City Council before 4/19 at Council@durhamnc.org & ask them to fund Legal Aid with rental assistance to help people prevent eviction. Many Legal Aid clients cannot use DSS funds to pay rent if they have no income, live in a hotel, or got help last year.
Families rely on our #EarlyEd system to keep working, and #ChildCare teachers are the workforce behind the workforce. Higher wages are urgently needed to attract and retain early educators who can support young children’s development and keep NC working. #WorthyWagesNC
Ciertas actividades pueden reducir la sensación de estrés y ayudarle a sentirse más conectado con su niño. Estas actividades pueden usarse en cualquier momento para relajarse, reducir el estrés y reconectarse con su niño: https://t.co/Sn7QEJE6IQ @ZEROTOTHREE @ncdhhs @ncsmartstart
“Hispanic culture has different beliefs & how we raise our children. I wish the services would help instead of judging.” New #EarlyWell report with @ncecf shows racism affects access to services. Cultural, linguistic humility = essential. Read the latest: