20/20 Sisters of Vision recently awarded its Cynthia Brown Scholarship to Nazhai Tedder, a graduate of East Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill, NC. Nazhai provided the following response upon receipt of the $500 scholarship: “I want to thank 20/20 Sisters of Vision for considering
20/20 Sisters of Vision was honored to support the Panzi Foundation with a monetary donation in February 2020. The Panzi Foundation is a nonprofit organization, which supports the work of Dr. Denis Mukwege. Dr. Mukwege is a world-renowned gynecological surgeon, human rights activist and founder
20/20 Sisters of Vision Giving Circle in collaboration with the Summit Church and the African American Women’s Advocacy Council (AAWAC) sponsored a Christmas program for the children of Oxford Manor, in Durham, N.C., on December 14, 2019. The giving circle and AAWAC provided a pancake
Chantel Hinton received a scholarship from 20/20 Sisters of Vision during the 2019 fundraiser tea. At the time, she was completing her first year of the Master’s of Business Administration program at North Carolina State University. Recently, Roberta caught up with Miss Hinton to see
Are there any philanthropists living in your neighborhood? When you think of charitable donors, you might think Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey or perhaps a well-funded foundation. However, over the last decade, we have seen the development of grassroots philanthropy in the form of giving circles.
The Durham Herald – Oct 30, 2016 The 20/20 Sisters of Vision (SOV) Giving Circle is a philanthropic organization in Durham which operates under the umbrella of the Community Investment Network (CIN). CIN is a national network of 16 giving circles across the United States.