Community is very important to The Vintage Foundation, Inc. While we understand that our communities possess a myriad of needs, we also realize that it is the social responsibility of organizations like The Vintage Foundation, Inc. to play a key role in social equity and humanitarian efforts.
The Vintage Foundation, Inc. was founded and exists to improve our community through outreach and philanthropy. To that end, we will seek and identify ways to utilize intellectual, human and financial capital for the betterment of others.
To remain socially and consciously aware of the needs of others
To give of our time and resources for the betterment of the community
To educate and inform for the purpose of affecting change
To serve the community with fervor and gratitude in all that we do
To partner with other organizations that seek to improve the lives of those in need
To constantly regenerate the spirit of Giving Back
To serve with a standard of excellence and humility
The Vintage Foundation, Inc. was Founded in 2011 by Densel and Nikki Fleming to serve as the philanthropic arm of their company, Vintage Wealth Management Group, Inc. This Private Foundation is a 501(c)3, that exists for the purpose of improving the community through targeted outreach and philanthropy. The Vintage Foundation, Inc. supports the community by financially Giving Back in the areas of Education, Health, Social Issues and Economic Disparities. We are proud members of the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits and the Nonprofit Learning Lab as well as a proud partner of SHARE Charlotte.
"There is so much work to be done in our communities and, in reality, all we have to do is simply do the work. Solving complex problems can sometimes be achieved through very simple solutions. Giving Back, for example, is a basic, yet impactful, solution for many of our greatest social challenges and if we join together to collectively share our time, resources and ideas, we can affect real change in our communities. I truly believe that service is the greatest gift that we can give to others and, I, therefore, choose to lead by example. Philanthropy and Giving Back are not opportunities reserved only for the wealthy - they are a way of life that can be practiced by anyone that desires to make a difference in the lives of others."
Nikki Fleming, MSW
The Vintage Foundation, Inc. is committed to serving, partnering and giving in order to improve the lives of individuals in need. In addition to providing financial support to Nonprofits that serve the community within the core areas of support, this organization also remains passionate about Leadership Development and Economic Empowerment. The Vintage Foundation, Inc. prides itself on being a bastion of Social Entrepreneurship and is comprised of socially conscious individuals that believe in the authentic spirit of service and philanthropy.
On November 7, 2019, The Vintage Foundation, Inc. hosted an Economic Forum with three other Sponsors to help bring awareness to the economic disparities plaguing our communities. During the Forum, attendees were provided research data and analysis intended to empower them to become an integral part in solving pressing economic issues such as economic mobility and the increasing wealth gap.
The Vintage Foundation, Inc. was honored to be the selected Nonprofit partner for Kendra Scott's Charlotte 2019 Spring Launch. The Launch was held at the Kendra Scott Store in Southpark Mall on January 23, 2019 and was a huge success.
20% of all sales were donated to The Vintage Foundation, Inc. for the purpose of serving and improving the community.
A sincere thank you to Kendra Scott Southpark and those who attended for their support of this wonderful event.
A portion of the proceeds from the Kendra Scott Spring Launch Event were donated to Sugar Creek Charter School on 12/15/2019.
Board Members presenting donation to Sugar Creek Charter Director, Evelyn Richardson, (Center) with Magic of Christmas Founder (Second from right).
Magic of Christmas gifts donated for Sugar Creek Charter students by Sponsors in the local community. Dinner was also provided for the students and their families.
Board Members visiting Florence Crittenton Services (FCS) to donate items to their Clothes Closet. Pictured with FCS Development Director, Sarah Hyde.
Items that Board Members delivered and donated to the Florence Crittenton Services Clothes Closet. Items donated are for female residents living in Foster Care.
The Vintage Foundation, Inc. hosted an Economic Forum on November 7, 2019 as a component of our Economic Empowerment efforts. The Forum was held at The Harvey B. Gantt Center and was a tremendous success. Attendees received valuable information, along with a complimentary copy of the book authored by the Presenter, related to economic trajectories and given tools to help address economic disparities, one important tool being the PHD Framework, which means to Purchase, Hire and Deposit. The Forum was extremely impactful for all in attendance and inspired a renewed sense of commitment to addressing economic disparities. #Give #Serve #Help #Share #Support
Florence Crittenton Services
Freedom School Partners
Loaves and Fishes
Susan G. Komen
Sugar Creek Charter School
Mental Health America of The Carolinas
Charlotte Housing Authority Scholarship Fund
Please join the Members of The Vintage Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors and other female Charlotte leaders from the Junior League of Charlotte, Women's Impact Fund and Share Charlotte on April 14, 2021 from 5:30PM-7:30PM at 2905 Griffith Street for #WomenGiveCLT. It is destined to be an inspiring evening!
Your generous support will enable us to fulfill our Mission of helping individuals in need. No amount is too great or too small and by donating to The Vintage Foundation, Inc., you will play an active role in regenerating the collective spirit of Giving Back.
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