The Beehive Collective Past Grantee Panel Recap

On July 9, the Beehive Collective hosted our mid-year grantee panel, where attendees received an update from some of our past recipients.  It was a fun evening to share a few beers, hear about how Raleigh nonprofits are putting our money to good use and share the good work of the Beehive. Read below to see how some of our past grantees continue to help our community with their work.

El Pueblo (2013)

The mission of El Pueblo—to achieve positive social change through building consciousness, capacity and community action—has received great support this year.As the recipient of the large grant of $25,000, El Pueblo has been working to expand their services for Raleigh’s Latino community. Click to see photos from their youth leaders and a community arts project. Tania Duran-Eyre and Alexandra Dest represented El Pueblo on the panel.

Raleigh Public Record (2012)

While reporting stories no longer covered by traditional media, the Raleigh Public Record tests new ways to convey news and helps train a new generation of journalists. The Record was awarded the Beehive’s $1,500 small grant. Founder Charles Duncan participated in the panel discussion to give us an update on the types of stories the Record has covered for the Raleigh Community. Visit the Record’s website for more information.

WakeUP Wake County (2011)

WakeUP is a nonpartisan group of citizens concerned about growth and the future of Wake County, tackling the challenges of growth, education, transportation and more in our region. After becoming the $20,000 large grant recipient, WakeUP Wake County has worked to educate the community and increase access to public transit services. Karen Rindge represented WakeUP on the panel. Click to see what this Raleigh nonprofit has accomplished with their grant.

Thank you to everyone who attended the Beehive Grantee Panel at Neptune’s and for supporting the work we’re doing in our community. Don’t miss the September 28 cookout at the home of Les and Nicole Stewart! We’re also hosting a clothing swap August 17 at King’s with Redress Raleigh.