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Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown earns Post Foundation's Luminary prize

Published Friday, May 31, 2019
She’s a physician and a minister who heals both physically and spiritually. Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown is The Charlotte Post Foundation 2019 Luminary. For healing and for promoting opportunity, Garmon-Brown will be honored with The Charlotte Post Foundation's highest award at its banquet Oct. 5 at the Hilton Center City. Garmon-Brown, a board-certified more»

Broadcaster Steve Crump Wins Charlotte Post Educator Of The Year Award

Published Thursday, May 30, 2019

"Maybe I do educate," Crump said, "but the overarching theme is cheering for the underdog. I see myself as somebody who has delivered information that empowered a community. You end up sinking your teeth in something."


Kelsey McDowell is The Charlotte Post’s 2019 Top Senior of the Year

Published Friday, April 26, 2019

Berry Academy scholar has 4.54 grade point average


West Charlotte High scholar sees Top Seniors prize as ‘rite of passage’

Published Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Kaycee Hailey's family has legacy with initiative


Students in Post Foundation Program Achieve Reading Proficiency

Published Friday, January 25, 2019

Seven elementary students soared from more than a year behind to reading on grade level after participating in a Charlotte Post Foundation remedial program.


Herschel H. and Cornelia N. Everett Foundation Grants $10,000

Published Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Herschel H. and Cornelia N. Everett Foundation grants the Charlotte Post Foundation $10,000 to continue its after school program at Walter G. Byers elementary school.


Community Builder Darrel Williams

Published Thursday, June 15, 2017

Darrel Williams, principal and founding partner of Neighboring Concepts, said he feels a calling to help those in neighborhoods similar to the “physically and socially challenged” area he knew as a youth in Baton Rouge, LA.


Dr. Daisy Walker named 2017 Educator Of Year

Published Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Truly caring is the key, Walker said. “You’ve got to genuinely care about all students. You have to believe that no matter where they live, or whatever happens around them, that they have some worth. And you have to convince them.”