New and Improved!
HandsOn Triangle is the largest volunteer matching database in the Triangle. We have upgraded the features and functionality, giving nonprofits a powerful volunteer management tool, and volunteers a terrific way to find a great service opportunity. Best of all... it is FREE. 

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Nonprofit Training Series 
  
Using the HandsOn Triangle Platform
February 21   1:30pm-3pm   
Triangle Community Foundation 
Training for Nonprofits to learn more about HandsOn Triangle and how to set up your agency portal/pages.
This is a Free Service. 
Grant Writing Made Simple
with Ruth Peebles 
April 3    1pm-4pm   
Triangle Community Foundation
Cost for this session only $40 per person. (Over  50% off the typical/standard pricing)
Round Table Discussion
Youth Volunteer Programs Best Practices
April 18   
RTP/Chapel Hill
Registration Coming Soon

Training Staff to Lead Volunteers
May (Date/Location TBD)
Registration Coming Soon



VOLUNTEER OF THE WEEK
 Tina Ewing
Women and Math Mentoring Program
  
 
 

What does it take to get middle school girls to develop and sustain an interest in math and science? Tina Ewing, Program Director of Women and Math Mentoring Program (WAM), knows that one thing that works is a mentor. For 15 years, Tina has been working to support WAM’s mission of encouraging young girls to “stay on the math path.” WAM links groups of two or three 8th grade girls with local female professionals from mathematics-related fields, with the hope that the girls will be inspired to take challenging math classes in high school. Tina began as a mentor, then served on the Coordinating Committee, and as Program Director, she’s led WAM to increase both in size and scope. Laura Smith, WAM’s Durham County Coordinator, praises Tina’s “tireless efforts” and her success in keeping the program running smoothly.

 
Thank you, Tina, for leading these young members of our community into bright futures!
                                                                                                                                       

 Congratulations to our
2017 Governor's Medallion Award for Volunteer Service

This award recognizes the "top 20" volunteers in the state.
Medallion recipients are nominated at the county level then
evaluated by a panel of community service leaders from across the state.
Click here to see our full list of Key Award Winners

 
Durham County
 
Nazair Jones
Mentor Category
 
Ronald McDonald House-Chapel Hill  
Wake County
 
Mike Sweeney 
Faith-Based Category
 
Wheels4Hope 
 
Orange County
 
Kenneth Xu 
Youth Category
 
Student Environmental Education Coalition
 
 
 

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throughout the Triangle

The Center serves more than 1,200 nonprofits and thousands of terrific volunteers in:
Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Hillsborough Morrisville, Raleigh...across the entire Triangle area!

 


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