joined the philanthropy arena when its
president, C. Maria Macon introduced the Polish Inc. Community
introduction was made during a reception Nov. 12, co-sponsored by the
Carolinas Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs (CABWE), where Macon,
the guest of honor was being roasted.
funds will allow community and faith based organizations to apply for
seed monies to assist in building organizational infrastructure capacity
to deliver the services or products that they offer. The application
process will begin October 2005. Every year a ‘Roast’ will be held. The
honoree for the roast will receive a public reception, a token of the
event and a cash grant for the non-profit organization that they represent.