Butterball donated total of 250 turkeys to Urban Ministry of Durham, Housing for New Hope, Durham Housing Authority, and UDI Community Development Corp.; also donated total of 500 turkeys to Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, Raleigh, and Community of Hope Ministries, Garner.
Wells Fargo contributed total of $100,000 to five Charlotte nonprofits, $60,000 to five nonprofits in the Triad and Western North Carolina, and $60,000 to five nonprofits in the Tr4iangle and Eastern North Carolina.
Over 100 active and sustainer members, Junior League of Charlotte, volunteered in community Nov. 5 during second annual JLC Service Day.
Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, received $15,000 grant from Cemala Foundation to train nonprofit leaders in Guilford County; Center will match grant with in-kind tuition reductions.
North Carolina Bankers Association donated 1,902 diapers to Saint Saviour's Healthy Baby Program, Raleigh.
Kangaroo Express donating total of $6,500 to American Widow Project, USO of North Carolina, Spout springs Emergency Services, and Western Harnett Youth Recreation Program.
Syngenta, Greensboro, accepting applications through Dec. 2 for grants up to $10,000 for projects in Piedmont Triad that promote education in agricultural science or help relieve hunger.
Kay Yow Cancer Fund, in partnership with The V Foundation for Cancer Research, awarded $1 million grant to The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Kay Yow Cancer Fund provided $115,000 grant to help Rex Healthcare, Raleigh, acquire mobile mammography unit.
Welfare Reform Liaison Project, Greensboro, received grant from Lincoln Financial Corp.
Smith Debnam, Raleigh, hosted Cynthia V. McAlister Memor8al Gold Outing and donated over $7,100 to 1 in 9, organization that assists women in Eastern North Carolina undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
Salvation Army of Winston-Salem and Greensboro awarded three-year, $605,579 grant by Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust to fund emergency assistance program.