Tag Archives: NGAAP-Charlotte

Lessons from Charlotte: How to Recruit New Members

By Ed Franklin and Meka Sales, who are members of the New Generation of African American Philanthropists. ______ We are blessed to be part of a giving circle – we have enough time, talent, and treasure to give. So, we … Continue reading

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9 Things You Missed If You Weren’t at the CIN Summit

Cathy Peterson is a registered nurse and founding member of New Generation of African American Philanthropists (NGAAP-Charlotte). She’s had a momentous, whirlwind year that you can read all about in her bio. Cathy represented her circle in Chapel Hill at … Continue reading

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Valaida’s 2012 Retrospective: publishing, framers of philanthropy and “the book”

Valaida Fullwood, is a founding member of Charlotte’s New Generation of African American Philanthropists giving circle as well as a member of the CIN board since 2009. Yet, she is becoming most recognizable as the author of Giving Back: A … Continue reading

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A Confluence of Influence

“The nation’s premier multi-cultural awards show celebrating the outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in the arts as well as those individuals or groups who promote social justice through their creative endeavors” — About the 43rd NAACP Image Awards … Continue reading

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Keep On Talking as Our Children Are Listening

Our kids were ages 3, 5, and 7. At that age, they hear and repeat everything. My husband and I were having discussions about our family legacy. How we wanted to be remembered. My mentor introduced me to giving circles … Continue reading

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