Here we are working on raising $245,000 for NCPR and the first article I see in my email this morning is about NYC’s Metropolitan Art Museum receiving a $1billion (yes, that’s billion) gift of early 20th century artwork from the estate...
NCPR’s side of the equation is obvious: every time we ask you for a contribution to help us pay the bills, or an idea for a story, or just about anything we need, you come through, you catch us.
We have to ask ourselves why this is so....
I have been really curious about the logistics–and physicality of –James Cameron’s deep sea dive. Here’s a link to a slate.com article on it.
But it’s fundraiser week, so I’ve been trying to figure out how I could...
Day two of our spring fundraiser.
Now it’s afternoon…I’m about get on the job, hosting the Blue Note…and of course asking for money. Here are a few more shots:
Want to contribute now? Here’s the link. Thank you!
Mar 04, 2014 — Nonprofit groups are a big part of the North Country's economy, helping with everything from social service and health needs to job training, arts and education. But fundraising is often a huge bottleneck, as organizations scramble to find new donors.
Now, Adirondack Foundation, a community organization that serves the Adirondack region, has started a new crowdfunding website. Adirondack Gives is designed to help nonprofits in our region connect with people who can give even small amounts. Go to full article
Canton, NY, Apr 02, 2009 — Martha Foley talks with Jeff Yost, president and CEO of the Nebraska Community Foundation. He's in Canton today to speak to St. Lawrence County community leaders as keynote for the North Country Symposium. Go to full article