The Healing Place Courtyard in Raleigh, North Carolina offers a unique approach to recovery in the Healing Transitions Garden.
Felix Iyoko and Nicole Bishisha have created a welcoming community for resettled Congolese refugees in North Carolina.
A Charlotte artist finds a way to help the Latinx community amidst COVID-19 with her paintings.
Retired dance teacher Jim Annis of Sanford, NC loves to use his craft to give back to those in need.
For decades, TCF has helped individual and corporate donors funnel their money into Raleigh-Durham nonprofits to make an impact.
Here are 50 more ways they are giving back to the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Thad Woodard and Smedes York raise money for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Wake County by way of some friendly competition and a final exchange of smack-talk.
In times of crisis, Raleigh and our neighbors rise to the challenge. Here are 50 ways our community has stepped up in the face of the coronavirus. By Katie Cusack The historic Rialto Theatre. Photograph by Bob Karp The moment…
High school students Brooke Chow and Emily Shih started fundraising with bake sales to provide classroom supplies to school.
Acts of kindness big and small inspired WALTER readers to nominate these Givers in their lives.
Suggest a person you admire to be featured as a Giver in a future issue of WALTER magazine.
Local acts of service you can do with young ones—and what you need to know.
As Marie Kondo’s Netflix series inspires people to purge, we’re gathering a list of spots to send each of her four categories of clutter.
The Conservation Horticulture Training Program gives students hands-on experience and exposure.