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Charlie Brummitt

Executive Director

PLC’s

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Vice President for Consumer Services

Bank of America Corporation


Development Director

Piedmont Land Conservancy


Affiliations

Will & Deni McIntyre Foundation

Board Member


Clean Water Management Trust Fund

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Member


Greensboro Beautiful Inc

Representative


Web References(42 Total References)


Great Times in North Carolina » Blog Archive » State Road Hiking Adventure

www.greatncwines.com [cached]

In this case, the Mitchell River Coalition, PLC, EEP, CWMTF and the Commission have worked together and the payoff to our citizens is cleaner water, investment in our economy through both highway improvements and public recreation and protection of a special place to be enjoyed by our communities today and future generations,†said Charles Brummitt, the PLC’s executive director.


Our Board

www.willanddeni.org [cached]

Charlie Brummitt is from Greensboro, North Carolina.
He is a retired bank executive and a former executive director of the Piedmont Land Conservancy. Charlie now helps manage the non-profit Greensboro Farmers Curb Market, gsofarmersmarket.org. His wife, Lois, is a master gardener, and they have a gorgeous standard poodle named Henry.


November 14-15 2004 Meeting of the Clean Water Management Board of Trustees

www.cwmtf.net [cached]

2) Charles Brummit, Executive Director, Piedmont Land Conservancy


www.philanthropyjournal.org

Charles Brummitt
Charles Brummitt GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The four bids submitted to the city in response for its request for proposals to operate the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market include one from a group that would form a nonprofit to run the market. "We believe the market in Greensboro is a community asset and should be run on behalf of the community, as well as the vendors who sell at the market," says Charles Brummitt, an organizer of the group that submitted the nonprofit proposal. City records show the market, with 162 tables the city rents to vendors, generates roughly $60,000 a year in revenue from rent and special events, says Brummitt, a retired senior vice president for consumer services at Bank of America and former executive director and development officer for the Piedmont Land Conservancy. Brummitt says the new nonprofit would conduct education and outreach activities on the value of local foods and the impact on health of consuming healthy local food. "We want to involve people in the local foods process and in eating healthy foods," he says. The nonprofit also would work to "encourage economic development through encouraging small farmers and small vendors by giving them a place to sell at the market," he says. If it wins the bid, expected to be awarded by the Greensboro City Council on March 15, Brummitt's group will apply to the Internal Revenue Service to become a 501(c)3 charitable organization, he says. Receiving that tax-exempt status is tough, Brummitt says. "You have to demonstrate you're not running the market for the benefit of the vendors but for the benefit of the public," he says.


www.philanthropyjournal.org

Charles Brummitt
Charles Brummitt GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The four bids submitted to the city in response for its request for proposals to operate the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market include one from a group that would form a nonprofit to run the market. "We believe the market in Greensboro is a community asset and should be run on behalf of the community, as well as the vendors who sell at the market," says Charles Brummitt, an organizer of the group that submitted the nonprofit proposal. City records show the market, with 162 tables the city rents to vendors, generates roughly $60,000 a year in revenue from rent and special events, says Brummitt, a retired senior vice president for consumer services at Bank of America and former executive director and development officer for the Piedmont Land Conservancy. Brummitt says the new nonprofit would conduct education and outreach activities on the value of local foods and the impact on health of consuming healthy local food. "We want to involve people in the local foods process and in eating healthy foods," he says. The nonprofit also would work to "encourage economic development through encouraging small farmers and small vendors by giving them a place to sell at the market," he says. If it wins the bid, expected to be awarded by the Greensboro City Council on March 15, Brummitt's group will apply to the Internal Revenue Service to become a 501(c)3 charitable organization, he says. Receiving that tax-exempt status is tough, Brummitt says. "You have to demonstrate you're not running the market for the benefit of the vendors but for the benefit of the public," he says.


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