The annual walking tour is a benefit for the Asheville Art Museum. Photo from a 2009 loft tour.
Asheville Affiliates will throw a “party with a purpose” to benefit the Western North Carolina Alliance on Thursday, Oct. 11.
Clouds of Greer play a benefit for Big City Mountaineers. Local climber Eben Henner is raising money for the organization (which provides outdoor experiences for under-resourced urban teens) by summiting Grand Teaton peak — and by throwing this fundraising party at Altamont Brewing Company on Saturday, Aug. 4.
Thirty firefighters — including 10 from Asheville — are riding from Wilmington, N.C., to Asheville to raise money for fallen firefighters’ families. (Pictured: Firefighters on the road near Wilmington. Photo by Cal Barnard)
Two different performances this Saturday and Sunday help to fund the upcoming Fringe Arts Festival and to send a local delegation to this year’s World Fringe Congress in Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo by Wesley Duffee-Braun.
The fundraiser for Asheville’s JCC takes to the runway Sunday, June 24, 10 a.m.-noon at the Fine Arts Theatre.
Help eradicate hunger with music, dance, food and more at MANNA FoodBank’s Blue Jean Ball
The Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy is throwing a bash to celebrate its preservation of 50,000 acres in WNC and eastern Tennessee.
40 WNC artists pick up their brushes, pastels and woodworking tools to create a spontaneous work, right in front of the public’s eye.
It’s that time again: Thursday, April 26 is Dining Out for Life. Throughout the day, more than 100 area restaurants will donate 20 percent of their gross sales to WNCAP, a public-health nonprofit that provides free HIV-related services in 18 WNC counties. (Photo courtesy of Dining Out for Life)
Start your Earth Day weekend right with Kid Koala, Panther God, Foul Mouth Jerk and Adam Strange, Agobi Project and others for a sweet show Friday night. It’s a benefit for the beautiful Panthertown Valley Nature Conservancy in the Nantahala National Forest.
The I Like It Wild benefit, this Wednesday at the Asheville Music Hall, benefits rain forests and puts great local music (Josh Phillips Folk Festival, Moses Atwood and Asheville Horns) on stage. Want to go? Xpress gives away a pair of tickets today at 3:15 p.m.
“Holiday Coconut Cake with a Side of Dance Party” at BoBo Gallery on Tuesday is two bands (including Michael Libramento’s Coconut Cake), 2 DJs and one worthy cause. Photo from Short Street Cakes.
Saturday’s Masquerade Ball at Eleven on Grove benefits Asheville’s Urban Arts Institute.
Unseasonably warm temperatures and 100 plungers graced the fourth annual Lake Lure Polar Plunge today, Jan. 1.
Local tattoo/piercing shop Diamond Thieves joined a collection of motorcycle clubs led by Legendz to deliver a trailer full of toys to Eliada Home.
Karen Pollpeter Brzostoski was an artist, wife and mother of two homeschooled daughters. A benefit auction will be held to support her family following her death from breast cancer.
Drink some sparkling wine to help a local boy fight cancer
The brewmaster package at Pisgah Brewing includes dinner before the benefit concert.
The singer/songwriter/cellist/cyclist/activist returns to WNC to play a special concert on Friday, Sept. 9.
Photo by Cameron Yeager.
Local resident Zara Elizabeth Ricks is raising money to volunteer in Kenya. There will be a benefit to help the cause this Friday, Aug. 19.