Category: Nonprofit

Bank of America has invested $200,000 in the Wilmington Renaissance Corporation towards mobilizing artists engaged with improving the Quaker Hill and West Center City neighborhoods. The investment comes as Mayor Mike Purzycki rolls out his Neighborhood Stabilization Plan for West Center City — the first neighborhood in a citywide initiative to focus extra resources on communities…

A panel discussion on human trafficking on September 9 will feature state officials and nonprofit staff familiar with the issue. The panelists include: Yolanda Schlabach, founder of Zoe Ministries Commissioner Mary McDonough of the Court of Common Pleas Human Trafficking Court Commissioner Loretta Young of Delaware Family Court State Police Major Daniel Meadows Nancy McGee…

Mayor Mike Purzycki yesterday a hosted ribbon cutting event for the Wilmington Green Box, a makeshift market and gathering place for healthy foods and jobs. The project began in 2016 as a mobile food cart that hired at-risk youth while supplying locally-sourced food across Wilmington. It served food to over 600 community members and made…

(AP) — The Delaware Institute for the Arts in Education has a new director. The News Journal reported on Thursday the Institute recently named one of its teachers as the artistic director. Ashley SK Davis has been a teaching artist for DIAE since 2008. The choreographer and actor earned a bachelor’s in philosophy at Spelman College in…

The Delaware Community Foundation has awarded $253,152 in capital grants to 18 organizations in Sussex and New Castle Counties: $22,750 to CAMP Rehoboth for infrastructure repairs to its community center in Sussex County. $20,000 to Children’s Beach House in Sussex County for interior building renovations. $10,000 to the Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council in New…