The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham, REV Birmingham and the City of Birmingham are pleased to announce funding has been secured for future downtown lighting projects – including 20th, 19th and 14th Street Underpasses. Each of the new light-art installations will have their own unique identity. They are scheduled to come online in early 2014…. Read More
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Thanks to all who joined us on Tuesday, November 19 to hear the dynamic presentation by Dr. Jim Johnson. Dr. Johnson touched on a number of trends that raised our awareness and understanding of the ongoing demographic changes that our country, region, and county are experiencing, and offered ideas for leveraging them into a future… Read More
“These six disruptive demographic trends highlight the multiple and complex ways the U.S. population is rapidly changing. The U.S. population is far different today in terms of geographical distribution, racial and ethnic composition, age mix, family types, and economic circumstance than it was a decade ago. There is little doubt that these ongoing changes will… Read More
For seniors, basic tasks such as cooking, cleaning and paying bills can be difficult. These acts can be even more challenging for those who don’t have family nearby or can’t afford home healthcare services. For some, the need is so great that they are on the verge of failing regularly required HUD inspections and are… Read More
A new national study conducted by the U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management and The Philanthropic Initiative uncovers some important facts about high-net-worth individuals, their professional advisors and conversations about philanthropy. Here are out top five takeaways: 1. Discussing philanthropic goals with your clients is a win-win for both sides. Nearly one-third of… Read More
When a Birmingham couple recently decided to convert from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA, they also took the opportunity to offset the income recognition by opening a donor advised fund with the Community Foundation. By donating appreciated stock to establish a fund, this couple achieved their estate planning objectives while also putting structure… Read More
The Remy Fund for Pets and Animal Services, in its third year of grant making, announced a record $30,000 in grants awarded to ten companion animal focused non-profit organizations serving the Birmingham area. Grantees this year included agencies like MommaKat Rescue, a service that provides spay and neuter of free-roaming cats, as well as support… Read More
Equal Access Birmingham offers a free community health screening this Saturday, May 25 from 1 to 3:30 at the Church of the Reconciler.
How you can help with the tornado recovery in Oklahoma City.
Birmingham Mayor William Bell welcomes Victor Mendez of the Federal Highway Administration to historic ground breaking the Red Rock Ridge and Valley Trail system