FFTC Nonprofit Philanthropic Solutions

The Center for Nonprofit Sustainability at Foundation For The Carolinas offers a wide array of philanthropic services designed to increase a nonprofit’s ability to focus on its mission and have greater impact in the community it serves. Contact us at 704.973.4500 or philanthropy@fftc.org for more information and to get started.

FFTC Agency Funds
These cost-effective, long-term vehicles give nonprofits a way to sustain their good work while leveraging FFTC’s investment and financial services. For more information, click here.
FFTC Scholarship Funds
These funds support students from preschool to postgraduate by providing grants for educational purposes, and give organizations the ability to focus on a specific academic discipline, institution or eligibility criteria. For more information, click here.
FFTC Charitable Trusts
Charitable remainder trusts and charitable lead trusts are carefully planned, efficient ways for income and assets to be distributed over time to donors, their beneficiaries and designated charitable organizations. For more information, click here.
FFTC Subsidiary Foundations
Governed by their own boards and strengthened by FFTC grantmaking and endowment management services, subsidiary foundations have access to a broad custom investment platform with the tax benefits of a public charity. Click here for a giving vehicle comparison.
FFTC Gifts of Real Property
Accepted on your behalf through Community Real Property Holdings, Inc., a subsidiary foundation, gifts of real property offer your donors both immediate and future tax benefits. For more information, click here.
FFTC Gifts of Business Interests
Accepted on your behalf through Community Investments Foundation, a subsidiary foundation, gifts of closely held business interests offer your donors both immediate and future tax benefits. For more information, click here.


Nonprofit Organizations

Are you interested in applying for a grant? 

Click here to learn more about Foundation For the Carolinas' grant programs.


For more information, contact:


Mary Gallivan
704.973.4555
mgallivan@fftc.org