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Each quarter, Buckingham Foundation organizes a volunteer initiative for Buckingham Companies’ employees to participate in. Buckingham Companies’ employees receive eight hours each year to use for volunteer time off, and this is a great opportunity for team members to give back to their community while supporting Buckingham Foundation at these initiatives.
The first time the difference between Jay Denning and other kids sank in for him was in first grade, after a dance contest at the front of the class that involved everyone but him.
March Madness is here, and Mt. Juliet’s Charis Health Center is “going dancing” in this year’s Brackets For Good Tournament. Charis was selected from more than 2,100 non-profit organizations across the country who registered to compete in the online fund-raising tournament.
Starting Friday, 23 nonprofits in and around Nashville will have the chance to win $10,000 through Brackets For Good Nashville, a competitive fundraising tournament that inspires the community to learn about and rally behind local charities.
2018 just started, but Buckingham Foundation is still reflecting on a successful 2017. From our fabulous volunteers to our generous partners, we are starting our year with PEP in our step!
Nearly two dozen local nonprofits will compete for Brackets For Good championship title and $10,000 from Buckingham Foundation
Indiana Philanthropy Alliance (IPA) welcomes three new members to its Board of Directors, including Shannon Borden, Jill Carpenter and Cheryl Taylor. Joining IPA’s Board Officers is Ed Kominowski, who was newly elected as Secretary.
Buckingham Foundation, the nonprofit partner of Buckingham Companies, is dedicating 325 volunteers to a half day of community involvement at over 35 nonprofit organizations for the first-ever Buckingham Day of Service.
Stonybrook Commons Apartments are raising money to build in-home libraries for the 150 children in the community. Here's how you can help!
Buckingham Companies and Radio One collected approximately 55,000 pounds of donated goods on two separate semi-trailers for a total of approximately 110,000 pounds (55 tons) of goods. The Salvation Army truck collected roughly 2,000 pounds, including donated clothes, duvets from The Alexander Hotel, and items Red Cross was unable to take.
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