Information about the Beehive Collective greets guests at the giving circle’s annual cookout in 2014. The event, an opportunity to build community while sampling local food and beer, is one of several social events the Raleigh group holds to deepen members’ ties with the community and each other.
Information about the Beehive Collective greets guests at the giving circle’s annual cookout in 2014. The event, an opportunity to build community while sampling local food and beer, is one of several social events the Raleigh group holds to deepen members’ ties with the community and each other. Erin Debnam/Courtesy of the Beehive Collective
Information about the Beehive Collective greets guests at the giving circle’s annual cookout in 2014. The event, an opportunity to build community while sampling local food and beer, is one of several social events the Raleigh group holds to deepen members’ ties with the community and each other. Erin Debnam/Courtesy of the Beehive Collective

Giving circles loop in the next generation

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