Ken Garfield, former religion editor of The Charlotte Observer, is a freelance writer/editor who helps the Foundation For The Carolinas and other nonprofit causes tell its stories.
Scholarship Provides Greater Stepping Stone
For 40 Years, Greater Steps Scholars has Helped Nearly 1,000 Local Public-Housing Kids go to College You might say Victor and the Good Lord are responsible for helping nearly 1,000 public
Rockingham: Star of the Sandhills
A Story of Economic Revitalization in a Former Textile Town.
A Survivor’s Legacy
Irving Bienstock's mission is to tell the story, challenge hatred and support the causes that keep Judaism and love alive.
Building on a Legacy of Black Giving
Lethia Henderson was a hairdresser who died in 1955. Elizabeth Randolph was an educator who passed away in 2004. Yet, the legacies they left continue to have an impact today.