2010 Campaign – Agencies and Federations Eligible for Donations
North Carolina State Employees Combined Campaign
Text from Giving Guide – also includes description and website


2533 - A Helping Hand
A Helping Hand assists older adults, most 79+ years of age, with escorted transportation
to medical appointments, grocery shopping, errands, medication reminders and household
chores. Website:

1579 - Action for Children NC
The Mission of Action for Children is to advocate for child well-being by educating and
engaging all people across the state to ensure that our children are healthy, safe, well-
educated and have every opportunity for success. Website:

2582 - Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Campaign of NC
APPCNC is NC’s leader in helping communities prevent teen pregnancy and promote
healthy, responsible lifestyles through advocacy, collaboration and education. Website:

1580 - AIDS Care Service
ACS provides food pantry, housing/financial assistance, family care home, counseling
and HIV prevention in English and Spanish for HIV+ individuals in Northwest NC. 336-
777-0116 Website:

3718 - Albemarle Family YMCA
Putting Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy
spirit, mind and body for all. Funding supports childcare, drowning prevention, camp,
youth programs. Website:

3600 - Allegro Fndn.
Allegro Foundation combines movement instruction with educational and medical
expertise, creating a NEW vehicle to teach children with disabilities, 704-412-5229. Website:

1523 - American Dance Festival
Serving the needs of dancers and choreographers, providing the public and scholars
access to archival materials, delivering outreach programs and cultivating new audiences
of dance since 1934. Website:

2541 - American Red Cross, Piedmont Carolina Chapter
The American Red Cross collects life-saving blood products, provides relief to victims of
disaster, and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. Website:
3719 - Angel Medical Center
Private, acute care hospital with 24 hour ER, urgent care center, outpatient rehab, home
health, hospice, permanent based MRI, CT, digital mammography, etc. Website:

1529 - AnimalKind
Ending unnecessary shelter euthanasia by helping low-income families prevent accidental
pet litters, AnimalKind's programs are THE $20 FIX (spay/neuter assistance) and
SpayNC Helpline (spay/neuter information). Website:

3502 - Anson Cty. Partnership for Children
Helping to make Anson County a better place to be a child and to raise a child. 704-694-4036. Website:

2560 - Arc of Buncombe Cty.
Exists to empower persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities to realize their
highest potential through advocacy, education, and family support. Website:

3752 - Arc of Wake Cty.
United Way Agency serving people with developmental disabilities and their families
through education, advocacy, information, referral, summer youth work experiences,
retirement/leisure activities, other services Website:

3570 - Arc of Wilson Cty.
The Arc works to give all people with developmental disabilities the opportunity to
choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, work and play. Website:

3741 - Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth Cty.
Raises funds and awards grants to artists and arts organizations, advocates for the arts
community, and promotes Winston-Salem as "The City of Arts & Innovation." Website:

3701 - ArtsCenter
Provides art classes, arts in education residencies, afterschool programs, children and
family programs and events to over 60,000 children and adults annually. Website:

3531 - Artspace
Art space is a visual art center dedicated to providing inspiring and engaging arts
education and community outreach programs, creating a dynamic studio environment of
professional artists, and presenting nationally acclaimed exhibitions. 919-821-2787; ww

3532 - Artsplosure & First Night Raleigh
Presenting high quality, family-friendly and participatory celebrations of art and
community spirit in downtown Raleigh for 125,000 people each year. Website:

1532 - Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry
ABCCM, a family of 260+ Christian congregations assisting through these ministries:
Crisis; Jail; Women/Children plus Veterans Transitional Housing; Medical – regardless
of race, creed, or status. Website:

3515 - Asheville City Schools Fndn.
Granting resources to schools, students and families providing over $270,000 and 100
volunteers to promote student academic success. Website:

3759 - Asheville Humane Society
Asheville Humane Society is dedicated to promoting the compassionate treatment of
animals in our community though education, sheltering, and adoption. Website:

2543 - Autism Society of NC
ASNC is the best source in NC for connecting people who live with autism with
advocacy, resources, support, information, and services throughout their lifespan.

3641 - Baptist Children's Homes of NC
Provides emergency and residential care to hurting children who have suffered abuse,
neglect or abandonment. Website:

BEGNNINGS' provides support, unbiased information, and technical assistance to
parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, deaf parents and professionals
serving them. Website:

1537 - Black Mountain Center Fndn.
Black Mountain Center Foundation is committed to improving the lives of persons with
Alzheimer's Disease & Developmental Disabilities residing at Black Mountain Neuro-
Medical Treatment Center. Website:

1538 - Bone Marrow Fndn.
A nonprofit organization designed to provide financial assistance for families with
members undergoing bone marrow transplants or on the waiting list for a donor.

3500 - Boy Scouts of America, Occoneechee Council
Preparing young people to make ethical choices over their lifetime by instilling values of
the Scout Oath and Law. Website:
2523 - Boys & Girls Homes of NC
Adoption/foster care, residential, educational/vocational, therapeutic services for 300+
neglected, abused, and emotionally troubled children and youth annually, addressing
physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs. Website:

1539 - Broughton Fndn.
Supports Broughton Hospital and mental health professionals across WNC in efforts to
provide services and enhance life for individuals and families affected by mental illness.

3756 - Builders of Hope
Builders of Hope is helping to rebuild lives and homes by providing safe, affordable
housing to working families. The comprehensive model incorporates economic benefits,
environmental stewardship and social solutions to create sustainable communities.

1540 - Caldwell Hospice & Palliative Care
Serves terminally ill patients/families with home care and inpatient services. Hospice
uses an interdisciplinary team approach, addressing physical, emotional and spiritual
needs. Website:

3746 - CARE Clinic
Provides FREE medical, chiropractic and dental extraction services to uninsured, low-
income adults in Cumberland County. Limited pharmacy, laboratory and radiological
services are also provided. Website:

3643 - Carolina Ballet
Performing world-class professional ballet, entertaining and enlightening audiences by
presenting traditional ballets; commissioning new works and educating future audiences
through reach programs. Website:

3602 - Carolina Canines for Service
Carolina Canines for Service empowers people with disabilities to achieve greater
independence and enhanced quality of life through the services of specially trained
service dogs. Website:

2548 - Carolina Farm Stewardship Assn.
A nonprofit membership organization that promotes and supports local & organic food
systems in the Carolinas through education, advocacy, and organizing farmers and
consumers. Website:

3645 - Carolina for Kibera
We fight abject poverty, develop youth leadership and promote ethnic/ gender
cooperation through sports, a medical clinic, and girls’ center in slum of Kieran, Kenya.
1515 - Carolinas Center for Hospice & End of Life Care
Champions the highest quality end of life care, providing the education and resources to
help every community live and die well. Website:

3510 - Carteret Cty. Partnership for Children
Funding and developing programs for young children and their families, which enable
them to become productive, engaged citizens. Website:

2579 - Caswell Center Fndn.
Enhancing the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and their
families in eastern North Carolina. Website:

3518 - Catawba Lands Conservancy
Catawba Lands Conservancy permanently protects land, water and wildlife habitat,
connecting lives to nature and the outdoors, in North Carolina's Southern Piedmont and
Lower Catawba River Basin. Website:

1503 - Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh
Serving people of all faiths in 54 eastern NC counties through direct assistance, family
support services, counseling, advocacy, family life education and community
development. Website:

1547 - Catholic Social Services of the Diocese of Charlotte
An accredited agency providing material assistance, adoption, pregnancy support,
counseling, refugee resettlement, immigration services, advocacy and education in the 46
counties of western North Carolina. Website:

3519 - Center for Environmental Farming System
The Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) develops and promotes food and
farming systems that protect the environment, strengthen local communities, and provide
economic opportunities. Website:

3520 - Center for Volunteer Caregiving
Helping seniors, caregivers, and adults with disabilities maintain independence, have
access to healthcare, and to live safely at home as long as possible. Website:

1505 - Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Fndn.
Works with the public school system and the community to increase opportunities for
students and teachers in the district through programs, grants and scholarships. Website:

1552 - Charles House Assn.
Provides daytime care for older adults living in the community with support of family
and caregivers. Conducts a life-enriching activities program in a homelike setting, 7:30-
5:30, Monday through Friday, and on Saturdays, offering much needed respite and

3604 - Chatham Animal Rescue & Education
Promotes responsible pet ownership through education and affordable spay-neuter; foster
care for homeless animals until adopted. Website:

2503 - Chatham Habitat for Humanity
CHFH partners with God and people to create self-help opportunities for families to own
affordable homes, improve their lives, and strengthen their communities. Website:

1589 - Cherry Fndn.
The Cherry Foundation, Inc. was established in 1997 to support the work of Cherry
Hospital in improving the lives of individuals with mental illness from 33 Eastern
counties in North Carolina. 919-580-2936 Website:

3721 - Children's Dental Treatment Fund
Supports dental treatment in the hospital at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
for children that meet defined financial hardship conditions. Website:

3738 - Children's Fund
Children orphaned, exploited and abused; help us develop grassroots solutions providing
food, clothing and medical care; help us build schools, train teachers and promote
education. Website:

3704 - Children's Home Society of NC
Children's Home Society of North Carolina provides comprehensive birth parent
counseling, foster care, adoption, pre and post adoption services to children and families
throughout North Carolina. Website:

3523 - Club Horizon
Rehabilitation Program offering respect, hope and unlimited opportunity to access the
same worlds of friendship, housing, education and employment as the rest of society.

3705 - Coastal Conservation Assn.
Advise and educate the public on the conservation of marine resources. Conserve,
Promote and Enhance Website:

3706 - Columbus Cty. Literacy Council
Provides tutoring to enable illiterate adults and youth to acquire the basic skills of
listening, speaking, reading, writing, mathematics, and technology. Website:

3536 - Community Music School
Offers quality music instruction to interested children from low income families in
Raleigh and Wake County. Website:

3605 - Community Resource Council of Central Prison
Provides community resources and volunteer services to improve working and living
conditions for both employees and residents of NC's largest and only maximum-security
prison. Website:

3754 - CORA Food Pantry
Provides emergency food to needy families throughout Chatham County, serving about
3,800 families annually. Summer food program for low income children. Website:

3707 - Cornucopia House Cancer Support Center
Cornucopia House provides support and resources at no charge to people touched by
cancer and their caregivers, enabling them to live life to the fullest. Website:

2504 - CrossRoads: Sexual Assault Response & Resource Center
To reduce sexual violence & its effects through confidential counseling, advocacy,
education, & community awareness for adults & children. Website:

3522 - Crystal Coast Habitat for Humanity
Building affordable homes for low-income families to eliminate poverty housing in our
community Website:

2516 - Democracy NC
Democracy NC educates and advocates for public campaign financing and fair, inclusive
elections to help ensure public policies are in the people's interest. Website:

1544 - Disability Rights NC
DRNC is a statewide non-profit agency protecting people with disabilities through
individual and systems advocacy. We provide limited legal representation and other
systems change advocacy. Website:

3751 - Down East Partnership for Children
Seeking community-based solutions for children/families; ensuring high quality early
education, improved child health and coordinated community services in
Nash/Edgecombe counties. Website:

2576 - Dream Factory of NC
The Dream Factory of NC, is an all-volunteer charity, creates the moment of a lifetime by
granting dreams to critically and chronically ill children age 3-18 Website:
1573 - Ducks Unlimited
Wetland and waterfowl conservation organization that has conserved over 12 million
acres of habitat in North America since its inception in 1937. Website:

1569 - Duke Children's Hospital
Provides the most advanced medical treatment available in a compassionate, family-
centered environment for children from the southeast and around the world. Website:

1522 - Duke HomeCare & Hospice
Duke Hospice provides care to terminally ill patients and their families; focused on
pain/symptom management and issues of death, dying and bereavement. Website:

3659 - Durham Rescue Mission
Provides food, shelter, clothing, counsel, job training and placement for an average of
202 homeless and addicted men, women, and children daily. Website:

2565 - Eckerd Youth Alternatives
EYA serves youth through caring child welfare and behavioral health programs that are
designed to give every child the opportunity to succeed. Website:

3616 - ECU Medical & Health Sciences Fndn.
Solicit and manage funds enhancing education, research and service for ECU Health
Sciences (Heart Institute, Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Allied Health, Dentistry and
Lupus Library). Website:

3649 - El Pueblo
North Carolina non profit organization strengthening the Latino community through
breast cancer awareness, public safety laws, higher education, direct advocacy and
leadership development in youth/adults.         Website:

1597 - Epilepsy Fndn. of NC
Promoting the welfare and understanding of those with epilepsy and their families,
through medication and travel assistance, education, information advocacy and support
groups. Website:

3607 - Family Health Ministries
Family Health Ministries supports international programs in maternal and child health in
underserved communities through service, research, and education Website:

3546 - Family Support Network of Central Carolina
An Organization dedicated to providing support and resources to families of children
with developmental disabilities, prematurity or chronic illness. Website:

3650 - Family Support Network of Eastern NC
Providing emotional support for parents who have children with disabilities, illness,
premature birth or experienced the death of a child. Website:

2570 - Family Violence Prevention Center of Orange Cty.
Providing services to victims of domestic violence including crisis counseling, court
advocacy, support groups, and emergency shelter assistance; and conducting community
awareness and prevention programs. Website:

2589 - Fayetteville State University Fndn.
Raises funds to support scholarships for students in need of financial assistance while
supporting enrichment programs and other fundraising initiatives that enhance the
University’s efforts. Website:

3651 - First Born Community Development Center
To provide basic essentials to individuals and families who meet the eligibility
requirements, and to be a guidance referral service to the community. Website:

3734 - First In Families of NC
First In Families of North Carolina assists people with disabilities and their families to
achieve their goals and realize their dreams. Website:

3745 - Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC
The Food Bank works through a network of 800 partner agencies to feed over 481,000
people at risk of hunger in 34 North Carolina counties. Website:

3709 - Foothills Conservancy of NC
A regional land trust, dedicated to preserving and protecting important natural areas and
open spaces of the Blue Ridge Foothills region. Website:

2529 - Forgiven Ministry
Meet the spiritual, physical, emotional needs of children, inmates and families of inmates.
Healing, redirecting, restoring individuals as productive and commendable citizens to the
community. Website:

2569 - Fort Bragg/Pope AFB Armed Services YMCA
Improve quality of life for military personnel, spouses and children through values-
oriented social, recreational, personal development, crisis prevention, deployment
separations and child development programs. Website:
3757 - Freedom School Partners
Freedom School Partners works to engage, educate and empower children to succeed in
school and in life through quality, year-round educational enrichment programs Website:

3652 - Friends of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Assists Great Smoky Mountains National Park by raising fund to support wildlife and
natural resource conservation, educational program, trails, historic preservation and other
park priorities Website:

3608 - FRIENDS of the Blue Ridge Parkway
Dedicated to preserve, promote, enhance the Blue Ridge Parkway by providing
environmental education and recruiting volunteers for Parkway projects such as view
shed protection, trail maintenance. Website:

2596 - Goodwill Industries of Central NC
Goodwill Industries promotes the value of work and self-sufficiency through the
provision of vocational and work opportunities for people with special employment
needs. Website:

1511 - Greensboro Urban Ministry
Greensboro Urban Ministry - serving the poor, hungry and homeless through housing,
emergency assistance, food, meals, supportive services, and pastoral care. Website:

3711 - Greenville Chinese School
Provide a facility to teach Chinese language and promote Chinese culture to its students
and communities Website:

3630 - Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne
Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne is a Christian, non-profit housing program
dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in Wayne County. We partner with families
in need of decent affordable housing.

3739 - Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro
Habitat provides affordable housing utilizing volunteer labor. Homeowners volunteer and
purchase their homes with interest free financing. Habitat has built 355 houses in
Greensboro. Website:

2501 - Habitat for Humanity of Orange Cty.
Provides affordable homeownership through a zero interest mortgage and builds simple,
energy-efficient homes in partnership with low-income families. Website:
2588 - Habitat for Humanity of Pitt Cty.
HFHPC provides affordable, decent housing to low income, deserving families in our
community; guided by Christian principles, we partner with people of all faiths from all
walks of life. Website:

2502 - Habitat for Humanity of Wake Cty.
Habitat for Humanity of Wake County develops partnerships to build affordable homes,
promotes self-reliance through homeownership, affirms the dignity of family, and creates
sustainable communities. Website:

2575 - Healing Place of Wake Cty.
The Healing Place of Wake County is a non-profit rescue, recovery, rehabilitation
homeless shelter for men and women with drug and alcohol addiction. Website:

3507 - Hoke Cty. Smart Start
Funds early childhood programs serving children ages birth to five in subsidy, childcare
related and family support activities in Hoke County. Website:

3749 - Hope Center at Pullen
Providing mentors to marginally-housed men and women seeking employment;
providing tutoring and support to current and former at-risk students of Wiley Elementary
School. Website:

3758 - HopeLine
Provides a free 24/7 confidential crisis and suicide prevention helpline, offering crisis
intervention, supportive and non-judgmental listening, understanding discussion of crisis
resolution and resource referrals. Website:

2546 - Horsepower Therapeutic Learning Center
Horsepower provides individuals who are mentally, physically or emotionally challenged
achieve a quality of life that is improved, enhanced and enriched through therapeutic
horseback riding. Website:

2520 - Hospice & Palliative Care, Charlotte Region
Providing compassionate services to children and adults experiencing life-threatening
illnesses, helping them face the end-of-life with grace and dignity. 704.375.0100 Website:

3713 - Hospice & Palliative CareCenter, Winston Salem
Hospice & Palliative CareCenter provides compassionate care for individuals living with
a life-limiting illness and their families, through quality medical, emotional, spiritual, and
social support. Website:

1519 - Hospice and Palliative Care Center of Mitchell Cty.
Hospice of Mitchell County provides end-of-life care to terminally ill persons, their
families, and those affected by death and loss in our service area. Website:

3614 - Hospice of Yancey Cty.
Provides Palliative medical care to individuals in their homes or in area facilities when it
is determined these patients are in the final six months of their lives. Website:

1575 - Independent Animal Rescue
IAR rescues, rehabilitates and provides temporary housing for abandoned, abused and
neglected companion animals in the Triangle. We find animals permanent homes
through adoption services. Website:

3744 - InterAct
InterAct provides safety, support, and awareness to victims and survivors of domestic
violence and sexual assault. Website:

3722 - IntraHealth International
IntraHealth International - a global health non-profit organization that improves the
quality and accessibility of health services for vulnerable populations in developing
countries. Website:

3742 - Jackson Cty. Neighbors in Need
Dedicated to assuring no one in the community dies trying to stay warm in the cold
winter months. Website:

1595 - JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University
nationally acclaimed public garden; active teaching and research facility focused on the
evaluation, selection and display of plant material gathered from around the world

3615 - Johnston Cty. Arts Council
Johnston County Arts Council-Providing opportunities in the arts for Johnston County
residents by funding arts organizations, enhancing the quality of education in our schools
and promoting local arts. Website:

1514 - Legal Aid of NC
A statewide, nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to low-
income people in order to ensure equal access to justice. Website:

2532 - Life Plan Trust
Assisting families of persons with disabilities in making comprehensive plans for future
care: information on effective future planning, coordination of benefits, personal contact
and trusteeship. Website:
3743 - Literacy Council of Wake Cty.
Utilizing volunteers to teach adults, youths and families to read and write. Provide Life-
Skills and Workplace Literacy programs. One-on-one tutoring and classes offered.

3747 - Loaves & Fishes
Founded in 1975, operates a network of 17 food pantries in Mecklenburg County that
provides a week’s supply of nutritious groceries to people in crisis. Website:

3715 - Lucy Daniels Center for Early Childhood
The Lucy Daniels Center annually provides mental health services for 650-700 children
from birth to age 11. Website:

1555 - Make-A-Wish Fndn. of Eastern NC
We grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human
experience with hope, strength and joy. Website:

3724 - Masonic Home for Children at Oxford
Assisting families in need by providing a safe, home-like setting for children until they
are reunited with family or achieve independence. Website:

3565 - Matthew 25 Center
Provides, in a loving, non-judgmental and Christian environment, free overnight housing,
counseling, educational and referral services to inmate families visiting their loved ones
in prison. Website:

1512 - Meals on Wheels of Durham
Serving home - delivered meals to homebound adults in our community who are elderly,
disabled, convalescent and others who cannot provide proper nutrition for themselves.

3737 - Mental Health Assn. in Wayne Cty.
The Mental Health Association in Wayne County will promote and advocate for mental
health wellness and recovery. The association provides education, and resources for
teachers, mental health professionals, consumers and general community through
Educatio Website:

3544 - Mental Health Assn. in Wilson Cty.
Promote Mental Wellness; educate public and professionals on mental health issues;
support detection, diagnosis and treatment of mental illness; advocate for the mentally ill

3545 - MERCI Clinic
A volunteer driven community clinic offering medical, dental and pharmacy services to
adults of Craven, Pamlico and Jones counties who are without the benefit of health
insurance and of limited income. Website:

1588 - Methodist Home for Children
We have nurtured children and families for over 100 years, providing residential youth
homes, foster care, adoption, substance abuse services, family based counseling and
childcare. Website:

1576 - Montgomery Cty. on Aging
MCCOA. provides nutrition sites, in-home meal delivery (meals on wheels), in-home
aide services , transportation services and other support services for seniors Website:

1534 - Mountain Valley Hospice and Palliative Care
Provides services to the terminally ill and their families at the end of life. Services are
provided in the patients residence, facility, or in our hospice inpatient facility. Other
services are provided through our Transitions and Bereavement Program. Website:

2525 - NC A&T University Fndn., Inc.
Supports North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University's educational
mission through revenue and investments from the private sector. Website:

3617 - NC Arboretum Society
Cultivating connections between people and plants through landscape stewardship,
education, conservation, garden demonstration, economic development and research.

2574 - NC Cancer Hospital
N.C. Cancer Hospital - Clinical home to UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center,
taking a team approach to cancer care and treating cancer patients of all ages across the
state. Website:

2508 - NC Center for Public Policy Research
Conducts nonpartisan research on public policy issues facing North Carolina, evaluates
state government programs, and anticipates future issues for citizens, the media, and
policymakers. Website:

1568 - NC Central University Fndn.
Established to foster, benefit, and promote education in North Carolina specifically at
North Carolina Central University. Provided scholarships to 156 students. Website:

3627 - NC Children's Hospital
North Carolina Children's Hospital conducts cutting-edge research and provides child-
focused, family-centered care to children from all 100 counties of North Carolina.

3655 - NC Family Policy Council
Educating North Carolinians on public policy issues that impact the family and equipping
citizens to be voices of persuasion on behalf of traditional family values. Website:

1533 - NC FFA Fndn.
The North Carolina FFA Foundation provides financial support and public awareness for
agricultural education and FFA. Website:

3620 - NC GreenPower
NC GreenPower is a statewide, nonprofit program designed to improve the quality of the
environment through consumers’ voluntary funding of Renewable Energy and Carbon
Offsets. Website:

3760 - NC Healthy Start Fndn.
Statewide, bilingual, public education campaigns/community trainings promote: healthy
lifestyles, healthy pregnancies, publicly funded children’s health insurance and ways to
reduce SIDS. Website:

3725 - NC High School Athletic Assn.
NC High School Athletic Association - A statewide voluntary, non-profit organization
promoting comprehensive and versatile athletic programs as integral components of the
overall education process. Website:

3753 - NC Lung Cancer Partnership
North Carolinians Against Lung Cancer holds several events in NC each year to support
lung cancer research, awareness and change. Members include health care professionals,
lung cancer survivors and advocates dedicated to decreasing deaths due to lung can

3543 - NC Master Chorale
Music organization presenting concerts of the finest choral music to Raleigh-area
audiences, featuring a 170-voice volunteer symphonic chorus and a 22-voice chamber
choir. Website:

2512 - NC Prevention Partners
Reducing preventable illness and early death in NC caused by tobacco use, poor
nutrition, physical inactivity and obesity Website:

1581 - NC Senior Games
North Carolina Senior Games offers health promotion programs for persons 55 and better
in all 100 counties of our state through 54 Local Games and State Finals. Website:

2513 - NC Symphony
Presenting an orchestra of the highest artistic standard that represents North Carolina as a
leader in performance and music education Website:

3736 - NC Troopers Assn., Caisson Unit
Provides a final act of respect for police and firefighters killed on duty by conducting
funeral services with a horse drawn military caisson wagon. Website:

2875 - NC Veterinary Medical Fndn.
Supports training new generations of veterinarians, exploring new treatments and
pioneering new technology to provide for the health and well-being of the animals we
love. Website:

2514 - NC Victim Assistance Network
(NCVAN) – Statewide Information and Referral for victims of crime, professional and
technical assistance/training, community education programs, publications, advocate and
liaison for victims to various criminal justice agencies, state departments, law en

1521 - NC Zoological Society, Inc.
The NCZS solicits funds and engenders public support for the North Carolina Zoological
Park and its mission of zoo conservation, education, research and recreation. Website:

3654 - NCCAT
The Development Foundation of NCCAT - Providing a continuum of professional
development seminars to Pre-K - 12 North Carolina public school teachers. Programs for
Beginning Teachers, National Board Certification and career teachers. Website:

1557 - NRA Fndn.
Supports programs within the NRA, law enforcement and other community-based
agencies that foster firearms safety and education, constitutional education and wildlife
conservation management Website:

1572 - O'Berry Center Fndn.
improves the quality of life for persons with developmental disabilities at O’Berry Neuro
Medical Treatment Center and in the 67 counties it serves through family support,
community services, education, quality of life initiatives and scholarships. Website:
3750 - Opera Carolina
The largest professional opera company in the Carolinas, serving more than 70,000
people every year through mainstage productions and acclaimed Education & Outreach
programs. Website:

2542 - Operation Catnip
Operation Catnip is an all volunteer organization dedicated to humanely reducing stray
and feral cat populations through Trap-Neuter-Return. Website:

3728 - Operation Kids on Guard
A program created specifically for children to address deployment fears, concerns, and
reduce the isolation children feel when a National Guardsman is on federal active duty

3726 - Outer Banks Family YMCA
Putting Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy
spirit, mind and body for all. Website:

1550 - Palliative CareCenter & Hospice of Catawba Valley
To provide high quality compassionate care to all individuals and their families by
enhancing living. Website: www.hospiceofcatawbavalley

3735 - Partnership for a Drug-Free NC
Partnership for a Drug-Free NC reduces the negative impact of substance abuse and
mental illness on North Carolina's individuals, families and communities. Website:

3740 - Partnership for Children of Lenoir & Greene Counties
Works to ensure all children are ready for success in school by funding local health
services, early child-hood education and family support programs. Website:

3560 - Pender Cty. Humane Society
A no-kill animal shelter providing housing and adoption of animals found abandoned,
abused, or neglected in Pender and New Hanover Counties Website:

3561 - Piedmont Wildlife Center
Providing essential resources that ensure the health and welfare of native wildlife through
education, conservation, and promoting the care of sick and injured wildlife. Website:

3538 - PineCone
PineCone – preserving, presenting, and promoting the Piedmont’s distinctive musical
heritage via concerts, jam sessions, radio shows, and more. Offering 160+ free and
ticketed music events annually. Website:

3730 - Pretty in Pink Fndn.
Dedicated to financially assisting uninsured and underinsured breast cancer patients for
treatments of surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy who would otherwise not
receive it. Website:

1535 - Prevent Child Abuse NC
A statewide, nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and
neglect through community/family education, support, and training. Wake County.

3556 - Public Health Fndn.
Supporting the UNC-CH Gillings School of Global Public Health's research, education,
and service initiatives advancing public health in North Carolina communities and
worldwide Website:

3539 - Raleigh Boychoir
Educates and trains young boys in the art of singing and performing the finest music in
the Boy choir tradition, also contributing to the greater Raleigh musical life. Website:

3624 - Raleigh Charter High School
Raleigh Charter High School challenges college-bound students in a creative and
supportive atmosphere to become knowledgeable, thoughtful, contributing citizens.

3658 - Raleigh Rescue Mission
Provides food, clothes, emergency and long term lodging; medical care, life skills,
education & Christian based programs for homeless men, women & children. Website:

1549 - Raleigh Ringers
The Raleigh Ringers unique performing arts group educates thousands of people annually
about the art of handbell ringing through workshops and performances of the highest
quality. Website:

3748 - REACH of Jackson Cty.
REACH provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence and sexual
assault; and promotes zero tolerance of domestic & sexual violence in our community.

3513 - Region A Partnership for Children
Administers the Smart Start and More at Four initiatives in the seven westernmost
counties of the state and on the Qualla Boundary. Website:

2564 - Residential Services
We provide housing options and related services to people of all ages with developmental
disabilities. Website:

1524 - Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill
Providing a "home away from home" for families of children who are receiving health
care at area hospitals. Website:

3732 - Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte
Providing families of children being treated in medical facilities with a safe, affordable
and caring "home away from home". Website:

1526 - Ronald McDonald House of Eastern NC
Provides a temporary home away from home for families of ill or injured children
receiving treatment from area medical facilities Website:

2517 - Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem
Provides temporary housing, food, and a support
network of people for families who bring their seriously ill children to Forsyth County for
medical treatment. Website:

2566 - S.A.F.E. Haven for Cats
The Triangle's authentic no-kill shelter and low cost spay/neuter clinic. Through
adoption, education and sterilization we save 2,200 cats yearly. Website:

2540 - SAFEchild
Offering nine programs designed to prevent child abuse and neglect in Wake County;
helping to protect more than 5,500 children per year. 919-743-6140 Website:

1546 - SAVE
SAVE strives to decrease violence in schools and communities by promoting student
involvement, education and service opportunities in efforts to provide safer environments
for learning. Website:

1563 - SEANC Scholarship Fndn.
Organized to award scholarships to SEANC members, their spouses and dependent
children who wish to continue their education. Website:

1571 - Second Chance Pet Adoptions
Second Chance Pet Adoptions rescues stray and abandoned cats and dogs, provides care
and matches each pet with the best home to ensure a lifetime of love and companionship.

3625 - SECU Family House at UNC Hospitals
SECU Family House at UNC Hospitals provides an affordable, nurturing "home away
from home" to critical care patients and their family members and caregivers who travel a
considerable distance for treatment. Website:

2536 - Senior PharmAssist
Promotes healthier living for Durham seniors by helping them obtain and better manage
needed medications, and by providing health education, community referral and
advocacy. Website:

3553 - Senior Services
Helping homebound, disabled and/or poor senior adults remain independent; care for
persons with dementia/Alzheimer's disease. Programs include Meals-on-Wheels, Day
Care, Home Care, and Help Line. Website:

3554 - Seth Mitchell Fndn.
Provides scholarships to children as well as assistance to children in hospitals and other
countries. Website:

1559 - Snowflake Animal Rescue Fndn.
Dedicated to rescuing animals by providing shelter, veterinary care and permanent
adoption. Educate and increase awareness of pet overpopulation, responsible ownership
and treatment of animals. Website:

1574 - Southmountain Children & Family Services
Southmountain Children and Family Services provides loving homes and family services
for abused and neglected children in a uniquely-designed "Foster Community."
Specializing in keeping siblings together and reunifying families. Website:

2527 - SPCA of Wake Cty.
The SPC works to protect and promote adoption of homeless animals; to educate about
responsible pet ownership; and to reduce pet overpopulation through spay/neuter
programs. Website:

1520 - Special Olympics NC
Providing year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports
for over 38,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Website:

3626 - StepUP Ministry
StepUP Ministry serves 600 low income people empowering them with job and life skills
training annually placing over 200 people in jobs and with life skills Website:

3555 - Stop Hunger Now
An international hunger relief organization that coordinates the distribution of food and
other life-saving aid around the world. Website:

2587 - Surry/Stokes Friends of Youth
Private non-profit - SFOY is providing Family/Individual Counseling, Restitution, Best
Friends program, and Youth Work Program in Surry and Stokes Counties. Website:

3564 - SWOOP
SWOOP completes one-day work projects (including major clean-ups, renovations,
painting) to meet otherwise insurmountable needs, helping individuals in need either
directly or through other agencies. Website:

2539 - UNC Asheville Fndn.
UNC Asheville Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation whose fundamental purpose
is to secure, manage and distribute private support to enhance the growth and
development of UNC Asheville Website:

3656 - UNC at Chapel Hill Public Health Fndn.
NCPHF is dedicated to ensuring the NC Division of Public Health has the resources
needed to meet the growing public health demands of our state. Website:

1536 - UNC-TV
UNC-TV is committed to using enhanced television, telecommunications and Internet
technologies wisely & imaginatively to educate, inform and enrich all North Carolinians.

2580 - United Arts Council of Greater Greensboro
Enhance the quality of life, cultivate economic vitality and foster arts in education
through support and services to arts organizations, artists and teachers. Website:

2500 - United Fund of Stokes Cty.
To increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another by providing health
and human services to the people of Stokes County. Website:

1528 - United Negro College Fund
Nation’s largest and most successful higher education assistance organization; provides
financial support to member colleges; manages over 400 scholarships; national advocate
for minority education. Website:

1585 - Urban Ministries of Durham
Urban Ministries of Durham provides food, clothing, shelter and supportive services to
our neighbors in need in a welcoming, caring and compassionate environment. Website:

3628 - USO of NC
Our mission is to serve and support America's military and their families; serving more
than 220,000 military members and families across the state per year. Website:

2584 - Victory Junction Gang Camp
Victory junction is a year-round medical camping facility that serves children, ages 6 to
16,with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses. Website:

2538 - Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network
Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network assists homeless families achieve independent
living by providing shelter, meals, case management and educational services and
promotes awareness of homelessness. Website:

1553 - Wake Tech Fndn.
Our mission is to partner with corporations, foundations and individuals to raise
resources to support Wake Technical Community College's institutional and instructional
needs. Website:

3568 - Watauga Humane Society
The purpose of the Watauga Humane Society is to prevent cruelty to animals, relieve
suffering among animals and extend humane education. Website:

1561 - Watauga Medical Center
Appalachian Regional Healthcare System supports high quality, compassionate
healthcare for Blowing Rock Hospital, Cannon Memorial Hospital & Watauga Medical
Center in the northwestern NC mountains. Website:

1567 - Winston Salem State University Fndn.
Winston Salem State University, Incorporated is a fundraising entity for the benefit of
Winston Salem State university and its students. Website:

3533 - Y.O.U.T.H. of Wilson Cty.
Establishes partnerships between volunteers and young people who need a mentor. Also,
utilizes volunteers to supervise young people performing community service. Website:

3755 - YMCA, Garner Road
Our mission is to help build strong kids, strong families and strong communities by
educating and mentoring our youth. Website:


1600 - America's Charities
Working to build strong communities. Addressing needs of children, families,
communities through member programs, by helping employers and employees support
our member charities' programs. Website:

1664 - Alzheimer's and Aging Research Center
Stop the suffering caused by aging- related medical conditions! Your support makes
exciting new research possible. Please help our aging population and their families.

1622 - American Civil Liberties Union Fndn.
The nation's foremost defender of civil liberties. Defends constitutional rights. Upholds
free speech, religious liberty, equality, privacy, due process. Protects minorities, women,
immigrants, the poor. Website:

1630 - Amnesty International USA
Worldwide membership-based human rights organization -- impartial and non-political --
working to create a safer, more just world. 1977 Nobel Peace Prize recipient. Website:

1665 - Arthritis & Chronic Pain Research Institute
Chronic pain caused by arthritis, cancer, and other medical conditions cripple 86 million
Americans. Help us continue our search for new medications to relieve pain. Website:

1666 - Breast Cancer Coalition
Dedicated to ending breast cancer through action, advocacy and education. We increase
research funding; expand access to care; and ensure advocates influence breast cancer
decisions. Website:

1673 - Cancer Research for Children - CureSearch
Cancer is the #1 disease killer of children. Help reach the day when every child with
cancer can be guaranteed a cure. Website:

1634 - Diabetes Research and Wellness Fndn.
Our goal is to fund scientific research into treatments and cure of diabetes. Conducts
screenings, education programs to save lives from blindness, kidney failure, amputations.

1650 - Diabetes Research Institute Fndn.
Committed to curing children and adults now living with diabetes and leads the world in
bringing promising treatments to patients as fast as possible. Website:

1651 - Feed The Children
Feed The Children provides food, medicine, clothing, educational materials and other
essentials to children and their families domestically and internationally. Website:

1620 - Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Empowering and equipping coaches and athletes with encouragement, resources and
training to influence and impact the world for Jesus Christ for more than 55 years.

1635 - Give Kids The World
Give Kids The World Village a nonprofit resort for children with life-threatening
illnesses and their families. Give Kids The World has hosted over 97,000 families.

1609 - Hole In The Wall Gang Fund
Founded by Paul Newman, is a non-profit camp and year-round center providing free
services to children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Website:

1671 - Hospice America
Increases access to hospice through public education, professional training, and advocacy
to ensure comfort and dignity for dying people, and compassionate support for grieving
families. Website:

1660 - Humane Society of the United States
The Humane Society of the United States celebrates animals and confronts cruelty. The
organization is backed by more than 11 million Americans. Website:

1675 - I Have A Dream Fndn.
Empowering children in low-income communities to achieve higher education by
providing guaranteed tuition assistance for college and a long-term program of academic
and social support. Website:

1668 - Lance Armstrong Fndn.
The Lance Armstrong Foundation unites people through programs and experiences to
support cancer survivors and the fight against cancer. Unite and fight cancer at Website:

1621 - Make-A-Wish Fndn. of America
We grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the
human experience with hope, strength and joy. Website:

1611 - NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Fights for equality, access to education, employment, health care, housing, environmental
justice, voting rights, criminal justice. Provides scholarships to promising African-
American undergraduates and law students. Website:

1672 - NAACP Special Contribution Fund
Focused on protecting and advancing civil rights by eliminating the disparity within
target areas: criminal justice, education, employment, emergency relief, health advocacy,
housing, legal assistance. Website:

1613 - NARAL Pro-Choice America Fndn.
Works with 20 affiliates to advance our shared mission of making abortion less
necessary, and provides citizens with resources to take action locally and nationally.

1614 - National Black Child Development Institute
Exists to improve and protect the quality of life of children and families through
educational programs, tutoring, training, public education, and other community outreach
programs. Website:

1648 - National Down Syndrome Society
Strives to be the national advocate for the value, acceptance and inclusion of people with
Down syndrome, focusing on public policy and public awareness. Website:

1606 - National Organization for Rare Disorders
Provides understandable information on rare diseases; peer networking; community
resource referrals; patient medication assistance programs; research; advocacy for over
25 million people with rare disorders. Website:

1662 - National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States
We help people protect, enhance, and enjoy the places that matter to them. Your support
will help save America's historic places and revitalize our communities. Website:

1625 - Orphan Fndn. of America
At age 18 most orphans are on their own. OFA and volunteers provide moral and
financial support to parentless teens pursuing college and vocational training. Website:

1649 - PetSmart Charities
Since 1994, our charity has funded over $88 million to support spay/neuter, disaster
relief, educational programs and an in-store adoption program saving 4 million pets.

1619 - Population Connection, ZPG
A national nonprofit organization working to stabilize population growth and achieve a
sustainable balance of people, resources and the environment. Website:

1627 - Reading Is Fundamental
RIF provides free books for children throughout the nation and engages children, parents,
and communities in reading activities to encourage a lifelong love of reading. Website:

1643 - Ronald McDonald House Charities
Creates, finds and supports programs improving health and well-being of children
through its global network of local Chapters and 288 Ronald McDonald House®
programs worldwide. Website:

1652 - Time Out Youth
We provide support, education, and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and
questioning youth ages 13 - 23 in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina, area. Website:

1674 - United Healthcare Children's Fndn.
UHCCF provides medical grants up to $5,000 to children's families to help pay for non-
covered medical services and expenses from their commercial health benefit plan.


1000 - Community Health Charities of NC
The ―umbrella‖ organization for all voluntary health member agencies. Designated
contributions to CHC of NC are shared with members funding medical research, patient
services, and comprehensive educational programs.

1013 - AIDS Research Fndn., amfAR
Supports innovative AIDS research; educates patients, doctors, and the public about HIV
treatment/prevention; works to protect the rights of all people affected by HIV/AIDS.
1031 - ALS Assn., Jim "Catfish" Hunter Chapter
Providing compassionate care and support to those affected by ALS, also know as Lou
Gehrig's disease; Leading the fight to cure and treat ALS. Website:

1041 - Alzheimer's Assn., Western NC Chapter
Provide/enhance care and support for all affected; reduce risk of dementia by promoting
brain health and eliminate Alzheimer's disease through advancement of research.

1040 - Alzheimer's North Carolina, Eastern NC Chapter
Providing education, support, and services to patients, their families, health care
professionals and the general public while raising awareness and funding for research for
a cause's), treatment, prevention and cure for Alzheimer's disease and related di Website:

1017 - AMC Cancer Research Center
Recognized national innovator in cancer prevention, control, and survivorship research.
Free nationally recognized counseling for cancer patients and families. Scientist working
collaboratively improving lives nationwide. Website:

1002 - American Cancer Society, South Atlantic Division
Largest funder of non-governmental cancer research. Provides services including legal
advocacy for cancer patients. Delivers early detection and prevention programs to youth
and adults. Website:

1003 - American Diabetes Assn. NC
Our mission is to prevent and cure diabetes while improving the lives of those affected by
diabetes through research, information, and education. Website:

1004 - American Heart Assn., Mid Atlantic Affiliate
Building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke through research,
education, training, advocacy, and community services. Website:

1005 - American Kidney Fund
The nation's leading voluntary health organization serving people with and at risk for
kidney disease through direct financial assistance, comprehensive education, clinical
research and community service programs. Website:

1006 - American Lung Assn. of NC
A statewide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating lung disease and
fostering healthy breathing for all people through prevention, outreach, education,
research, and advocacy. Website:
1008 - Arc of NC
Statewide advocacy organization concerned with the welfare of children and adults with
mental retardation and developmental disabilities and their families. Website:

1007 - Arthritis Fndn.
Mission is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of
arthritis and related diseases. Website:

1035 - Autism Speaks
We fund biomedical research into the causes, prevention, treatments and cure for autism
spectrum disorders; increase awareness and advocate for the needs of affected families.

1054 - Cancer Research Institute
Supports and coordinates scientific and clinical efforts that will lead to the
immunological treatment, control and prevention of cancer. Website:

1009 - Crohn's & Colitis Fndn. of America
To cure and prevent Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis through research and to
improve the quality of life for people with digestive diseases through education and
support. Website:

1011 - Cystic Fibrosis Fndn.
Supports innovative research to control and cure cystic fibrosis. Provides specialized
medical care through a nationwide network of centers; offers pharmacy and other patient
services. Website:

1012 - Easter Seals UCP NC
Provides home, community and center based services to children and adults with
disabilities through child and family services, accessible living and employment.

1033 - Hemophilia of NC
Supporting children and adults with bleeding disorders for over 30 years by providing
ongoing educational programs, peer support groups, patient advocacy, emergency
financial assistance, scholarships and summer camps. Website:

1014 - Juvenile Diabetes Research Fndn. International
The leading charitable funder and advocate of type 1 diabetes research worldwide.
Through research, we can save lives of children and adults who suffer from diabetes and
its devastating complications. Website:

1042 - Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Eastern NC Chapter
Fights blood cancers by funding cutting-edge research and improving quality of life for
patients with support groups, financial assistance, educational programs and more

1043 - Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Western NC Chapter
Cure Leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma and improve the quality of
life of patients and their families. Website:

1016 - Lupus Fndn. of America
Nation's leading nonprofit voluntary health organization dedicated to finding the causes
and cure for lupus through research, education and training, public awareness, and patient
support. Website:

1032 - March of Dimes Fndn. NC
The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth
defects and infant mortality through research, education, community service & advocacy.

1018 - Mental Health Assn. in NC
Dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders, and eliminating
discrimination against people with mental illness through community advocacy,
education and services. Website:

1020 - Muscular Dystrophy Assn.
Fighting neuromuscular diseases through worldwide research, a nationwide network of
clinics offering comprehensive medical services, and far-reaching professional and public
health education. Website:

1021 - Myasthenia Gravis Fndn. of America
Seeking a cure, improved treatment, and provides information to people with myasthenia
gravis through research, education, community programs, and advocacy. Website:

1023 - National Alliance on Mental Illness, NC
Optimizes the quality of life for individuals and their families living with the debilitating
effects of mental illness through advocacy, education and support. Website:

1022 - National Kidney Fndn.
Helps more Americans prevent, treat, and cure Kidney and Urinary tract disease than any
other voluntary Health Agency through health screenings and education. Website:

1044 - National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Central NC Chapter
To end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis. We provide self-help groups, respite,
education and exercise classes for people with MS and their families. Website:

1045 - National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Eastern NC Chapter
Offers education, services and programs to people who live with MS as well as their
families and health professionals. Website:

1046 - National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Mid Atlantic Chapter
Dedicated to ending the devastating effects of MS through educational programs,
literature, web services, peer counseling, financial assistance programs and MS research.

1029 - NC Stroke Assn.
Providing stroke prevention, and stroke education to NC communities in an effort to
reduce the incidence and impact of stroke through screenings and education. Website:

1048 - Operation Sickle Cell
Provides education, testing, counseling and case management to individuals with sickle
cell disease and trait in four counties. Program also provides HIV education and testing.

1024 - Prevent Blindness NC
A non-profit health agency delivering direct service programs designed to preserve sight
and promote healthy vision for all through screenings, publications, safety, education,
information and referral Website:

1010 - SIDS Alliance, First Candle
A national voluntary health organization uniting parents, caregivers and researchers
nationwide with government, business and community service groups to advance infant
health and survival. Website:

1026 - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Researches catastrophic childhood diseases like cancer, sickle cell, and pediatric AIDS.
Services provided without regard of patient's ability to pay. Research benefits children
worldwide. Website:

1051 - Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Charlotte Affiliate
Imagine life without breast cancer. We can make it a reality by racing for the cures and
funding life-saving research and community health programs. Website:

1052 - Susan G. Komen for the Cure, NC Triad Affiliate
Imagine life without breast cancer. We can make it a reality by racing for the cures and
funding life-saving research and community health programs. Website:

1053 - Susan G. Komen for the Cure, NC Triangle Affiliate
Imagine life without breast cancer. We can make it a reality by racing for the cures and
funding life-saving research and community health programs. Website:

1025 - Tourette Syndrome Assn.
The association provides information referral, professional education, direct services and
medical and scientific research for people with Tourette Syndrome, a handicapping
neurobiological movement disorder. Website:


1100 - Earth Share North Carolina
Supports environmental groups that protect and preserve our planet's resources for a
healthier NC and people. Think globally, give locally! Website:

1167 - African Wildlife Fndn.
Protects imperiled species -- lions, mountain gorillas, rhinos, elephants, zebras -- through
habitat conservation, science, leadership training, and wildlife-friendly community-
beneficial business development for nearly 50 years. Website:

1132 - American Forests
Funds private and public land reforestation projects; provides satellite imagery of tree
loss to cities; educates the public on the value of trees and forests. Website:

1133 - American Rivers
Working to protect and restore healthy, natural rivers for the benefit of people and
wildlife; ensuring clean drinking water, natural flood protection, and recreational
enjoyment. Website:

1103 - Audubon Society NC
Conserves and restores North Carolina’s ecosystems, focusing on the needs of birds
through direct conservation, environmental education, advocacy and nine local chapters.

1134 - Beyond Pesticides
Prevents pesticide poisoning of our environment, homes, workplaces, schools, food and
water through a practical information clearinghouse on toxic hazards and non-chemical
pest control. Website:

1121 - Blue Ridge Parkway Fndn.
Preserves, enhances, and promotes stewardship of the Blue Ridge Parkway's natural,
historic, and scenic resources by providing funding for National Park Service projects
and programs. Website:

1162 - Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy
Creating a network of permanently protected farm, forest and natural lands, parks and
water resources in Henderson, Transylvania and neighboring counties in Western NC.

1105 - Carolina Raptor Center
CRC provides environmental education, raptor rehabilitation and raptor medical training
worldwide. Visitors to the center enjoy one of the country's largest displays of raptors.

1104 - Carolina Tiger Rescue
Provides rescue and sanctuary for wild cats; conservation education through tours,
community presentations and exhibits; and opportunities for volunteering, internships,
and community service. Website:

1170 - Catawba Riverkeeper Fndn.
We advocate for and secure protection and enhancement of the Catawba River, its lakes,
tributaries and watershed to sustain its dependent human and wildlife populations.

1135 - Center for Health, Environment and Justice
Protects the health of communities and children through grassroots organizing, coalition-
building, and consumer campaigns to eliminate dangerous chemicals in water, air, homes
and schools. Website:

1166 - Clean Air Carolina
An educational and advocacy organization working to improve air quality and reduce
climate changing greenhouse gas emissions. Website:

1137 - Clean Water Fund
We all live downstream…Neighborhood-based action, education programs which join
citizens, businesses, & government for sensible solutions ensuring safe drinking water,
pollution prevention,& resource conservation. Website:

1106 - Conservation Council of NC Fndn.
Protects NC's clean air and water by advocating for sound environmental policies and
motivating citizens to participate in the democratic process. Website:

1138 - Conservation Fund
The nation's most effective and efficient conservation organization - protecting working
landscapes, wildlife habitat, historic and recreation sites - with 97% of funds going
directly to mission. Website:

1107 - Conservation Trust for NC
Works with 24 local land trusts, landowners, and communities to preserve clean drinking
water, scenic landscapes, farms and forests, and wildlife habitat for future generations.

1140 - Defenders of Wildlife
Working since 1947 to save America's endangered animals and their threatened habitats
for future generations through public education, citizen advocacy, legal action and
scientific research. Website:

1129 - Eno River Assn.
NC's oldest land trust, with over 40 years of success protecting the Eno River through
land conservation, education and advocacy. Website:

1161 - Environmental and Energy Study Institute
Protecting the climate by educating Congress, developing innovative solutions, and
building broad coalitions to move America to efficient and renewable energy for a
sustainable future. Website:

1109 - Environmental Defense Fund NC
Environmental Defense Fund partners with businesses, governments and communities to
find practical environmental solutions that are guided by science. Website:

1143 - Environmental Law Institute
Environmental law that works for you: community-based education + research on
national problems = solutions to protect people and nature. Independent and non-
partisan. Website:

1144 - Izaak Walton League of America
From hunters to hikers, our members protect America's outdoors through community-
based conservation, education, commonsense public policy, and a commitment to strong
outdoor ethics. Website:

1156 - National Parks Conservation Assn.
Preserves national parks from the Grand Canyon to Gettysburg; protects endangered
wildlife and cultural sites; promotes new parks; defends against pollution, inappropriate
development and overcrowding. Website:

1146 - Natural Resources Defense Council
Defends embattled wilderness, rivers, clean air, coasts and wildlife across America and
around the globe. Saved Baja's whales, Canada's Spirit bears, and California's sequoias.
1147 - Nature Conservancy
Buys and protects land to save Earth's plants and animals from extinction. Over 119
million acres protected - rain forests, prairies, wetlands, mountains, beaches. Website:

1127 - NC Big Sweep
Protects people and wildlife each year by recruiting 18,000 volunteers for land/water
cleanups and providing free educational materials to children and adults for litter
prevention. Website:

1108 - NC Coastal Federation
Providing citizens and groups with the assistance needed to take an active role in the
stewardship of North Carolina's coastal water quality and natural resources. Website:

1157 - NC Conservation Network
Protects NC's air, water, and quality of life by educating and mobilizing individuals and
organizations across the state. Website:

1111 - NC Rail-Trails
A statewide volunteer land trust providing technical assistance, education and outreach
preserving rail corridors and promoting rail-trails for the public. Website:

1114 - NC Sustainable Energy Assn.
Works to ensure a sustainable future by promoting renewable energy and energy
efficiency in NC through education, public policy and economic development. Website:

1115 - NC Wildlife Federation
NCWF is dedicated to all NC's wildlife and its habitat with project focus on: wildlife
conservation, habitat restoration & protection, and connecting people to nature. Website:

1124 - Neuse Riverkeeper Fndn.
Protects and preserves the Neuse River basin through education, advocacy and
enforcement to provide clean water for drinking, recreation and enjoyment to the
communities it serves. Website:

1116 - Pamlico-Tar River Fndn.
The "voice for the river" since 1981, PTRF exists to protect and improve the ecosystems,
water quality, and environmental health of the watershed. Website:

1163 - Peregrine Fund
Saves eagles, condors, falcons, and other endangered birds through research, breeding,
and conservation programs. Helps preserve rainforests. Educates children and adults
about nature and science. Website:

1148 - Pesticide Action Network North America
Working to eliminate poisonous pesticides. Links consumer, labor, health, environment
and agriculture groups internationally to advance safer, ecologically sound pest control
alternatives. Website: www

1117 - Piedmont Land Conservancy
Permanently protecting rivers and streams, farm land, unique natural areas and wildlife
habitat to ensure a healthy and vibrant Piedmont for present and future generations.

1150 - Rainforest Alliance
Works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-
use practices, business practices and consumer behavior. Website: www.rainforest-

1171 - Scenic America
Protects natural beauty, fights billboard blight, saves America's special places. Our
education and advocacy preserves thousands of miles of roads and hundreds of
communities. Website:

1128 - SEEDS
Uses garden-based programs to educate about organic gardening, environmental issues,
healthy lifestyles and food security, with a primary commitment to empower young
people through gardening. Website:

1152 - Sierra Club Fndn.
Preserving wilderness and protecting environmental quality worldwide through a
powerful combination of education, scientific research, publishing and litigation.

1119 - Southern Environmental Law Center
North Carolina’s only non-profit law firm for the environment. Uses the law to protect
our environment and natural resources without charging legal fees. Website:

1131 - Surfrider Fndn.
Protects and preserves the world's oceans, waves and beaches through conservation,
activism, research and education. Activities include: water quality monitoring,
environmental education and grassroots activism. Website:

1158 - Tar River Land Conservancy
Protects drinking water, wildlife, farms, forests and scenic rural landscapes in Person,
Granville, Vance, Franklin, Warren, Halifax, Nash, and Edgecombe counties. Website:

1101 - Toxic Free NC
Advocates for alternatives to toxic pesticides in North Carolina by empowering people to
make sound decisions about their health and environment. Website:

1122 - Triangle Land Conservancy
Protects precious open space - stream corridors, forests, wildlife habitat, farmland, and
natural areas- to help keep our region a healthy and vibrant place to live. Website:

1126 - Trout Unlimited, NC
Grassroots organization dedicated to the conservation, restoration and protection of
coldwater fisheries in NC. Website:

1130 - Trust for Public Land, Carolinas
Conserves land for people to enjoy as parks, gardens, and other natural places, ensuring
livable communities for generations to come. Website:

1125 - Western NC Alliance
Empowers citizens to be advocates for the natural environment and livable communities
of Western North Carolina, focusing on growth management, public lands, and water.

1160 - World Wildlife Fund
Multinational conservation organization working worldwide to combat climate change,
save endangered animals, protect wild habitats and transform market forces to act in
harmony with nature. Website:


1300 - Global Impact
Supports U.S.-based charities working globally. We provide disaster relief, treat the sick,
feed the hungry, shelter refugees, teach children to read, train adults for jobs. Website:

1301 - ACCION International
A private, nonprofit organization with the mission of giving people microloans and other
financial services needed to work their way out of poverty. Website:

1302 - African Medical & Research Fndn.
Since 1957, has improved health for Africans through training, capacity building and
advocacy in HIV/AIDS, malaria, family health, water and sanitation and clinical
outreach. Website:

1335 - Africare
Develops self-help programs in Africa to increase food production, develop clean water
resources, manage the environment, strengthen health care and deliver emergency
assistance. Website:

1303 - American Jewish World Service
Provides non-sectarian, sustainable development assistance, technical support and
emergency relief to people in need in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East,
Russia and Ukraine. Website:

1372 - American Near East Refugee Aid
ANERA creates opportunities in education, health and relief services, and job creation
programs for people in the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon and Jordan Website:

1342 - American Refugee Committee
A movement of people working in partnership with the survivors of conflict and disaster
to help them take back control of their lives. Website:

1348 - AmeriCares Fndn.
Restores health and saves lives by delivering donated medicines, medical supplies and
humanitarian aid to people in need around the world and here at home. Website:

1337 - CARE
Fights root causes of poverty in 66 countries; special focus on empowering poor women
to lift themselves, their families and communities out of poverty. Website:

1309 - ChildFund International
Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to become young
adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change in their communities. Website:

1333 - Children International
Nonprofit, humanitarian organization providing program benefits and services including
medical care, educational assistance and material aid to poverty-stricken children and
families in eleven countries. Website:

1349 - Christian Reformed World Relief Committee
Fighting poverty, hunger and injustice through partnerships and locally originated
community development programs; responding to disasters with emergency supplies and
reconstruction of homes and livelihoods. Website:

1370 - Church World Service
Church World Service works with partners to eradicate hunger and poverty and promote
peace and justice among the world's most vulnerable people. Website:

1312 - Doctors Without Borders
An independent international medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency
aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics and natural disasters in more than 60
countries. Website:

1343 - ECHO
ECHO fights world hunger by using science and technology to develop agricultural
solutions to aid farmers in developing countries. Website:

1306 - EngenderHealth
EngenderHealth is the leading international reproductive health organization working to
improve the quality of health care in the world’s poorest countries. Website:

1308 - Episcopal Relief & Development
Episcopal Relief & Development is the international humanitarian agency of the U.S.
Episcopal Church. It creates lasting solutions in response to disaster, poverty and
disease. Website:

1361 - FINCA International
Mission: to provide financial services to the world's lowest-income entrepreneurs so they
can create jobs, build assets and improve their standard of living. Website:

1310 - Freedom From Hunger
Combines microfinance services with education in health, nutrition and business to fight
chronic hunger and poverty in poor rural areas of the developing world. Website:

1320 - Habitat for Humanity International
Christian Housing ministry working to end poverty housing by partnering with families
in need to build affordable homes; over 300,000 worldwide. Website:

1314 - Health Volunteers Overseas
Trains, mentors and provides critical professional support to more than 2600 healthcare
providers who care for the neediest populations in over 25 countries. Website:
1315 - Heifer International
Helps poor families worldwide become self-sufficient by providing food- and income-
producing animals, community development, training and environmentally-sound
farming. Website:

1317 - Helen Keller International
Saves the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged; combats the causes
and consequences of blindness and malnutrition. Website:

1360 - International Eye Fndn.
Saves sight worldwide. Programs to control vitamin A deficiency, "river blindness,"
trachoma and cataracts. Provides local health worker training, technology transfer, eye
surgery, equipment, medicine. Website:

1344 - International Orthodox Christian Charities
Provides humanitarian/development assistance to people in U.S., Africa, Asia, Europe
and the Middle East who have been devastated by man-made and natural disasters.

1350 - International Relief Teams
Sends volunteer medical and construction teams to assist disaster victims worldwide.
Conducts medical, surgical, and training programs to promote self-sufficiency in
developing nations. Website:

1363 - International Rescue Committee
Our commitment to freedom, human dignity, and self-reliance is reflected in well-
planned global emergency relief, rehabilitation assistance, resettlement services, and
advocacy for refugees. Website:

1319 - Lutheran World Relief
Works with partners in 35 countries to help people grow food, improve health, strengthen
communities, end conflict, build livelihoods and recover from disasters. Website:

1355 - Mercy Corps
Providing lifesaving aid worldwide following a disaster or conflict, and helping local
populations design and implement sustainable programs to promote health and economic
development. Website:

1334 - Opportunity International
We collaborate with local partners worldwide to provide microfinance services allowing
poor entrepreneurs to develop steady income, provide for families and create jobs for
neighbors. Website:

1338 - Oxfam American
We are an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions
to poverty, hunger and injustice. Website:

1371 - PATH
Poor communities have the right to safer childbirth, life-saving vaccines, and lives free
from AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. We create solutions for better health. Website:

1356 - Plan USA
Founded in 1937, Plan USA works with children and families affected by poverty. Plan
is a global, nonprofit, humanitarian organization without political or religious affiliation.

1357 - Planned Parenthood Federation of America
Supports sexual and reproductive health programs in the developing world, in partnership
with local nongovernmental organizations, that promote women’s reproductive health,
freedom and dignity. Website:

1345 - Project HOPE
Currently provides sustainable improvements in health through education and
humanitarian assistance in more than 35 countries with 93 percent of revenues dedicated
to programs. Website:

1352 - Rotary Fndn. of Rotary International
Our Polio Plus program provides vaccines and mobilizes communities, volunteers and
resources in support of international efforts to immunize children and eradicate polio
worldwide. Website:

1341 - Save the Children
Save the Children is the leading independent organization creating lasting change for
children in need in the U.S. and around the world. Website:

1326 - TechnoServe
Helps men and women in the developing world to build businesses that create income,
opportunity and economic growth for their families, communities and their countries.

1327 - UNICEF, US Fund for
Works for the survival, protection and development of children worldwide through
fundraising, education and advocacy. Website:

1358 - Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Defends civil liberties and promotes environmental and economic justice with partners
around the world, while engaging our members to serve as citizen-activists. Website:
1329 - United Methodist Committee on Relief
UMCOR brings healing and hope to people left vulnerable by disasters of all kinds
through programs that address hunger, poverty, global health and development. Website:

1330 - United Seamen's Service
Provides overseas health and welfare services to the American Merchant Marine and
seafarers of allied nations and a 24-hour hotline for emergency family assistance.

1364 - Women for Women International
We provide direct aid, rights awareness and leadership education, vocational skills
training and income generation support to women survivors of war, conflict and civil
strife. Website:

1332 - World Relief
Provides emergency relief and community-based solutions to alleviate hunger and
poverty in 20 countries and provides resettlement assistance to refugees in the United
States. Website:


1900 - Independent Charities of America
Feeding the hungry. Sheltering the homeless. Protecting the children. Healing the sick.
America's finest independent charities. Working with you to share - the American way.

2990 - Abandoned Children's Fund
Thousands of innocent orphans, cruelly abandoned: alone, hungry, desperate, terrified
victims of disease, war, extreme poverty. Please help us house, feed, love and rehabilitate
them. Website:

2968 - Action Against Hunger USA
Help us end world hunger with innovative programs in nutrition, water and sanitation,
food security, and health. Website:

1925 - Adoption and Humanitarian Aid, MAPS
Millions of children worldwide are growing up without parents. Help us preserve,
strengthen, and build families through adoption, humanitarian aid, and shelter services.

1904 - Adventist Development & Relief Agency International
ADRA is a global humanitarian organization that assists communities in their
development and during disasters by providing water, food security, health, education,
and economic opportunities. Website:
2969 - African American Self-Help Fndn.
We help single African American mothers achieve economic independence and provide a
life of respect and hope for their children. Website:

1968 - Aging Research, American Fndn.
Help you, your parents and grandparents age happier, healthier and pain free. Fund vital
research on Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Cancer, aging issues and age-related diseases.

2920 - AIDS Children's Fndn.
HIV+ children don't have to die. Help us provide free anti-retroviral and other
medication, nutrition, and supplies to help victims achieve their full life potential.

2986 - AIDS Fund, National
A nationwide partnership of community based organizations fighting HIV/AIDS through
prevention, education and care. Grant dollars and programs are funded through matching
funds nationwide. Website:

1916 - AIDS Programs of the National Minority AIDS Council
Only national minority AIDS organization with programs dedicated to saving the lives in
communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Website:

1915 - AIDS Treatment and Research Information
Stop needless deaths from HIV/AIDS due to inadequate treatment, prevention and
healthcare access; fight to eradicate HIV/AIDS with knowledge and ultimately a CURE.

2979 - AIDS Vaccine Initiative, International
The world needs an AIDS vaccine. We work to ensure and speed development of safe,
effective, accessible, preventive HIV vaccines for use throughout the world. Website:

2913 - Air Ambulance Angels
Enabling life-saving discounted emergency air transportation by working on behalf of
patients and patient families in times of crisis. Website:

2948 - Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina
Providing prevention education and advocacy and information and referral services. We
promote access to substance abuse treatment and recovery services for NC residents
seeking help. Website:

2949 - Alexander Graham Bell Assn. for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Promotes listening and spoken language for those who are deaf or hard of hearing,
through advocacy, research, education and financial-aid. Website:
1973 - Alex's Lemonade Stand Fndn.
A four-year-old cancer patient's front yard lemonade stand evolved to a nationwide
movement to find a cure for pediatric cancer. Please join us. Website:

2919 - Alley Cat Allies
Advocates to end the killing of cats and lead the movement for their humane care.

2987 - Alopecia Areata Fndn. National
Provides major research funding, patient educational materials and support for alopecia
areata a mystifying autoimmune disease affecting all ages, causing one's hair to fall out.

2911 - Alzheimer's Fndn. of America
Hands-on care and support services nationwide for individuals with Alzheimer's disease
and related dementias, and their families. "Caring for the Nation." Website:

1998 - Alzheimer's Research Fndn., Fisher Center
Research into cause, care and cure of Alzheimer's by winner of Nobel Prize for research
in Alzheimer's. Your donations bring us closer to a cure. Website:

1974 - American Assn. for Cancer Research
The answer is research! AACR directs funding to where it is needed most - research
scientists making the most important discoveries in the fight against cancer. Website:

1976 - American Assn. of Suicidology
Approximately 800,000 Americans attempt suicide annually- More than 33,000 die. AAS
works to prevent this tragedy. Suicide prevention is everyone's business. Join us.

1977 - American Bird Conservancy
Conserving native wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. We play a
major role in bringing people and organizations together to save threatened birds.

1901 - American Brain Tumor Assn.
Exists to eliminate brain tumors through research and to meet the needs of brain tumor
patients and their families. Website:

1960 - American Forest Fndn.
America's forestland is vanishing. Strip malls, suburban sprawl threaten our clean air,
water, and wildlife habitats. Help save these precious woodlands before they disappear
forever. Website:

1948 - American Humane Assn.
Animals and children are in danger. Pets are vulnerable. The abuse won't stop unless we
keep fighting. Protecting animals and children since 1877. Website:

2921 - American Indian College Fund
Help us revive some of the most economically depressed communities in our nation by
supporting scholarships to American Indian students at our nation's tribal colleges.

1979 - American Whitewater
Save rivers! Support American Whitewater and national river stewardship, recognized as
leaders in river management and in the restoration of rivers impacted by dams. Website:

1980 - Americans Away From Home
Helping American youth abandoned by US parents from other countries to fly and
provide shelter in the USA and experience the American Dream they deserve. Website:

1983 - Amputee Coalition of America
Reaching out to empower people affected by limb loss to achieve their full potential
through education, support and advocacy, and promoting limb loss prevention. Website:

1928 - Appalachian Trail Conservancy
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy is a volunteer-based nonprofit organization
dedicated to the conservation of the 2,175-mile Appalachian National Scenic Trail. Join
the Journey! Website:

1956 - Armed Forces Veterans Homes Fndn.
Helping America’s wounded warriors from all generations and all wars with quality long-
term nursing care at our 147 State Veterans Homes. Website:

1987 - ASPCA
Staged dog fights to the death. Puppy factories with overcrowded and unsanitary
breeding pens. Kittens tortured for amusement. Help stop these acts of animal cruelty.

2912 - Autism Intervention and Treatment Research
Parents of children with autism never stop seeking answers. We're here to provide those
answers and fund studies that provide practical information on lifelong care. Website:

2924 - Believe In Tomorrow National Children's Fndn.
National leader in hospital and respite housing for critically ill children; your donation
provides essential support services to families in the midst of medical crisis. Website:

1961 - Bethany Christian Services of NC
Bethany manifests the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by providing quality social
services in the areas of adoption, foster care, and birth parent counseling. Website:

2937 - Blind Vietnamese Children Fndn.
For nearly a decade, we have pioneered support for homes providing healthcare,
education, and career development to once-neglected visually-impaired children in
Vietnam. Website:

2942 - Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence
Dedicated to creating an America free from gun violence, where all Americans are safe at
home, at school, at work, and in their communities. Website:

1909 - Brain Injury Assn. of America
Leading national organization promoting research, providing information, education and
support to assist the 3.7 million Americans and their families coping with traumatic brain
injury. Website:

1988 - Brother's Brother Fndn.
Connecting People's Resources with People's Needs: 50 Years, 140 Countries, $3 billion
in books, food, medical supplies, pharmaceuticals, shoes. Forbes Magazine "1st in
efficiency." Website:

2997 - Can Do Multiple Sclerosis
We help people and families living with multiple sclerosis through comprehensive
interactive health and wellness programs that empower them to improve their quality of
life. Website:

2970 - Cancer Research America, NFCR
If you agree that world-class, cutting-edge research is the key to more effective cancer
treatments, better cancer prevention methods, and earlier cancer detection - join us!

2424 - Cancer Research Fund of the Damon Runyon - Walter Winchell Fndn.
100% of your donation funds today's brightest young scientists - those with the greatest
potential to achieve breakthroughs in how we diagnose, treat and prevent cancer.

1971 - Cancer Research Fund VHL Alliance
Children stricken with VHL cope with a series of tumors their whole lives. Help us cure
VHL, kidney cancer, and many other tumor conditions. Website:

1989 - Canine Assistants
Training great dogs for special people. Invest in freedom by providing service dogs to
children and adults with disabilities. Thank you! Website:

1929 - Canine Companions for Independence
Help give independence to people with disabilities! Canine Companions for
Independence changes the lives of children and adults by providing highly trained
assistance dogs. Website:

2922 - Canine Health Fndn.
Help dogs live longer, healthier lives by fighting canine diseases like cancer, epilepsy,
eye and heart disease. Our work furthers human treatments and cures too. Website:

2925 - Canines for Disabled Kids
A disabled child sits alone in a wheelchair, left behind as the other kids go play. Help us,
Help a dog, help a kid. Website:

1990 - Carter Center
Waging Peace. Fighting Disease. Building Hope. Led by former President Jimmy Carter
and Rosalynn Carter, the Center advances human rights and alleviates unnecessary
human suffering. Website:

2989 - CASA - Court Appointed Advocates for Abused Children
Every child deserves a safe, permanent home. Support a nationwide network of volunteer
court-appointed advocates who give abused and neglected children a voice. Website:

1934 - Catholic Relief Services
Rushes food, clothing, shelter, water and comfort to God's most vulnerable children
effectively and efficiently in times of disaster and provides the means to self-sufficiency.

2904 - CHADD, Children & Adults with AD/HD
Works to ensure that children and adults challenged by Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity
Disorder reach their full potential through family support, education and AD/HD
research. Website:
1905 - Child Find of America
Child kidnapping prevention and location specialists, helping children and devastated
parents through free investigation, mediation and publicity. Your gift could bring a
missing child home. Website:

1999 - Child Rescue International
Children abandoned, orphaned, hungry, lost and lonely, living in bleak institutions need
hope and love. Your support helps us save and change their lives! Website:

2914 - Child Welfare League of America
Every child will grow up in a safe, loving and stable family. We protect children,
strengthen families and advocate children as a national priority. Website:

1992 - Childhelp
Nearly five children die every day from child abuse and neglect in the United States. Join
us in the fight to End Child Abuse Now! Website:

2961 - Childhood Cancer Research, St. Baldrick's Fndn.
Shaving heads to conquer kids' cancer is serious fun! A cure is a serious dream. Help
make it come true by funding lifesaving research. Website:

1906 - Children Awaiting Parents
Dedicated to finding loving, adoptive homes for abandoned, abused and neglected
children who languish in the foster care system. Many have emotional/mental/physical
disabilities. Website:

1995 - Children of the Night
Rescues America's children from the ravages of prostitution. Providing shelter, hope and
new-beginnings. With your support, we can save more. Our children deserve a fighting-
chance! Website:

2926 - Children's Angel Flight
Support our mission to ensure no needy child is denied access to medical treatment,
diagnosis or evaluation for lack of a means of air transportation. Website:

1996 - Children's Cancer Recovery Fndn.
Helping children battle cancer through national "Bear-Able Bag" program. Gift bags with
toys, games, give children in hospitals hope, spirit. Emergency financial support to
families. Website:

1949 - Children's Hopes & Dreams Fndn.
For children hospitals are frightening! Your pledge gives terminally/chronically ill
children our fun, activity magazine. Sends needed relief to aide unserved children of
disasters. Website:
1911 - Children's Hospital & Research Center Fndn.
We raise funds for Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland providing
extraordinary children's care regardless of ability to pay and to fund world-class research.

2927 - Children's House at the Johns Hopkins Hospital
Provides a warm "home away from home" for children and families, from throughout the
United States, in the midst of medical crisis. Website:

1940 - Children's Medical Ministries
Compassionate healthcare volunteers providing free wheelchairs, rehabilitation
equipment, food and clothing to children in despair in urban/rural America and
developing countries. Website:

2928 - Christian Freedom International
Caring for persecuted Christians in war-zones, brutal repression, and emergency;
delivering medicine, food, education, tools and Bibles; reporting globally the atrocities
occurring world-wide. Website:

1917 - Christian Relief Services
Many cannot afford the most basic needs... food, water, medicine, housing. We're
providing a hand-up rather than hand-out to those who need it most worldwide. Website:

2905 - Christian World Adoption
Christ commands us to care for orphans. CWA relieves suffering by feeding, clothing,
medicating, educating, caring for children, our example being the love of Christ.

1930 - Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome, CFIDS
Largest and most active charitable organization leading national efforts in research,
public policy and communications to advance understanding, diagnosis, treatment and
prevention of CFS. Website:

2906 - Civil War Preservation Trust
Manassas, Gettysburg, Antietam, Fredericksburg: Don't let developers pave over our
nation's past. If we don't save America's battlefields now, we risk losing them forever!

1910 - Cleft Palate Fndn.
Cleft lip and cleft palate affect 1 in 600 newborns! We are dedicated to providing
education, information and treatment referrals for patients and their families. Website:

1924 - Comfort for America's Uniformed Services
Provides entertainment and recreation programs to wounded warriors returning from Iraq
and Afghanistan and undergoing long recuperations at military medical centers around
the country. Website:

2954 - Compassionate Friends
A child's death is devastating. Parents are inconsolable. Siblings experience a
rollercoaster of emotions. Devastated grandparents are in shocked disbelief. We help
families to cope. Website:

2929 - Concerns of Police Survivors, COPS
Grief Support and resources for surviving families and co-workers of law enforcement
officers killed in the line of duty; Law enforcement trauma training; Public education

2991 - Convoy of Hope
Help children and families who are victims of disaster in the USA and around the world
by providing emergency relief food, water, supplies, and shelter. Website:

2992 - Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Fndn.
Children with CdLS and the people who care for them count on us for current, accurate
information, professional consultations and a network of family support. Website:

2930 - Correctional Peace Officers Fndn.
Nonprofit charity for Correctional Officers and their families, by providing line-of-duty
death benefit, and catastrophic assistance in cases of accident or illness. Website:

1986 - Curamericas Global
Delivering measurable, life-saving improvements in health to women, children and their
communities by partnering with organizations in countries that lack basic health services.

2998 - Diabetes & Immune Disease National Research Institute
Advancing treatments for diabetes and other immune system disorders. Help us make
necessary medical and scientific breakthroughs that change lives by supporting our
cutting-edge research. Website:

1978 - Diabetes Action Research and Education Fndn.
We fund research for treatment, prevention, and cure. Our Diabetes University focuses on
alternative therapies. 100% of workplace contributions used for research and program
services. Website:

1932 - Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust
Building better lives for disabled veterans and their families...Prosthetics Research and
Devices for amputees; Traumatic Brain Injury Therapy; Guide/Assistance Dogs; Comfort
for Survivors. Website:

1913 - Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans, NEADS
Trains and places rescued dogs and shelter rescues for assistance to disabled veterans,
autistic children and people who are physically disabled to live with independence.

2993 - Equestrian Land Conservation Resource
Where will you ride, drive, race, compete, raise foals and grow hay? Every hour, 250
acres of rural land is developed. Website:

1933 - FACES: The National Craniofacial Assn.
Children with craniofacial disfigurements require specialized reconstructive surgeries.
We take care of these children and their families while treatment is received. Rebuilding
faces, rebuilding futures. Website:

2994 - Family Violence Prevention Fund
Ending violence against women and children through programs that promote respect,
educate the public, and protect children. FVPF trains judges, physicians, policymakers,
and leaders internationally. Website:

2931 - Farmers & Hunters Feeding the Hungry
Help us put nutritious meat on the plates of hungry children and families nationwide. We
pay for the butchering of donated deer, elk and livestock. Website:

2996 - Fndn. for Ichthyosis and Related Skin Types
Extremely dry, cracked, thickened skin is disfiguring and painful. Patients endure
emotional harm because their skin constantly looks different. FIRST provides emotional
support and resources. Website:

1935 - Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network
Our mission is to raise public awareness, provide advocacy and education, and to
advance research on behalf of those affected by food allergies and anaphylaxis. Website:

2972 - Give 2 The Troops
Supporting the physical, moral, and spiritual health of America's armed forces in combat
zones through the letters and packages prepared and shipped by caring individuals.

1912 - Giving Children Hope
Rescuing children, providing lifesaving medicines and emergency food to orphanages,
clinics, shelters, and disaster centers serving homeless children in America and poorest-
of-the-poor around the world. Website:
2973 - Graves’ Disease Fndn.
Providing patient services, public education and funding research to find the cause and
cure of Graves' Disease. Support groups and counseling, help thyroid patients. Website:

2974 - Greenpeace Fund
An independent, campaigning organization that uses research and public education to
expose global environmental problems, and promote solutions essential to a green and
peaceful future. Website:

2981 - Guide Dogs of America
Guide Dogs of America is a nonprofit organization dedicated in providing professionally
trained guide dogs to blind individuals, free of charge, United States and Canada.

1942 - Hearing Fndn.
Provides hearing aids, batteries, research and training to improve the lives of low-income
hearing impaired children and adults in the USA and throughout the world. Website:

1938 - Help the Children
Help us alleviate childhood hunger and suffering. We provide food, clothing, medicine,
and medical care to needy children in the U.S. and around the world. Website:

2975 - Hepatitis Fndn. International
Protecting your liver can save your life. HFI promotes prevention of viral hepatitis
through research and liver wellness education for educators, professionals, patients, and
public. Website:

1945 - Hispanic Scholarship Fund
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund is the leading US Hispanic scholarship organization,
providing the Hispanic community more college scholarships and outreach programs than
any other organization. Website:

1937 - Holt International Children's Services
Giving hope to thousands of children who are abandoned daily. Since 1956, over 50,000
children have found families through family preservation and adoption. Website:

2932 - Homes For Our Troops
We build specially adapted, handicap-accessible homes for severely injured veterans
across the country. The homes are provided at no cost to the veteran. Website:
2976 - Hope For the Hungry
On average 25,000 children die daily from disease and malnutrition. Many more never
truly "live". Help us to "Share the Bread of Life" today. Website:

2977 - HOPE Worldwide
Provide sustainable non-sectarian health and education programs to prevent poverty, care
for the needy and empower individuals and communities to rise out of their situations.

2995 - Hospice Fndn. for End-of-Life Care
Your contributions enable us to provide the medical, social and spiritual support
necessary for a quality end-of-life experience for individuals and their families. Website:

1954 - Hospice Fndn. of America
We assist terminally ill persons and their families through the dying process in a less
painful and more caring manner, including caregiving and bereavement assistance.

1943 - India Partners
Encouraging self-help projects in India since 1984: orphanages, schools, clinics,
vocational training, human trafficking rescue, disaster relief, literacy, microcredit,
agriculture, fisheries and church support. Website:

1965 - Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund
Severely injured and critically ill servicemembers and their families are provided grants
from IMSFF for the costs associated with hospitalization recovery and transition.

2978 - Institute for International Cooperation and Development
Travel the world and do good at the same time. We train volunteers for development and
community work projects in Africa, Central America and Brazil. Website: www.iicd-

2980 - International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
Promotes understanding between Jews and Christians. Provides relief in Israel and the
former Soviet Union. Airlifts Jews to Israel through "On Wings of Eagles." Website:

2982 - International Hearing Dog
Giving the gift of hearing by training rescued dogs to alert the hearing-impaired to sounds
in their environment: providing awareness, security, independence and companionship.

2983 - International Myeloma Fndn.
The International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) is dedicated to improving the quality of
life of myeloma patients while working toward prevention and a cure. Website:

2984 - Ipas
Women are dying from unsafe abortions. Families broken, sisters, mothers, daughters
lost. Help us give these women access to safe abortion care. Website:

1946 - Kidney Cancer Research and Education Assn.
We strive for a world without kidney cancer. Help us fund breakthrough research,
educate patients and health professionals and advocate for patients. Website:

1947 - Leukemia Clinical Research Fndn.
Leukemia can be cured! We live that dream by supporting research where it has the most
impact - on patients in clinical settings. Website:

2999 - Love A Child
Offering hope to the hopeless. Poverty-stricken children lack the basics... food, water,
medicine. Our humanitarian care touches the most needy in third world countries.

2939 - Lung Cancer Alliance
Providing support and information to patients and their families, while raising national
awareness and securing multiple millions in public health dollars for lung cancer
research. Website:

1908 - Lymphoma Research Fndn.
The foundation is the nation's largest lymphoma-focused organization devoted
exclusively to funding research and providing patients and healthcare professionals with
critical information about lymphoma. Website:

1993 - MADRE
Rape, abduction, death threats and 'honor killings' of women. Gender-based violence is
rising internationally. Women and their children need protection and justice. Please help.

2916 - MAP International
MILLIONS of children suffer parasitic and other infections causing INCREDIBLE
hardship! Help save lives! We provide $75 in urgently needed medicines per $1 donated.

1939 - Mercy Medical Airlift
We ensure that all needy patients are provided access to distant specialized medical
evaluation, diagnosis and treatment with long-distance medical air transportation.
1966 - Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research
Dedicated to ensuring the development of better treatments, and ultimately a cure, for
Parkinson's disease through an aggressively
funded research agenda.

1958 - Military Officers Assn. of America Scholarship Fund
Some of our military men and women have paid the ultimate sacrifice while protecting
America's freedom. Help provide scholarships to their children for undergraduate
education. Website:

2985 - NASW Fndn., Social Workers Helping Communities
Social workers are vital to helping people in crisis. Proper training and preparation
enables them to care for those in need and improve their lives. Website:

2988 - National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Spearheads national and international efforts to protect children from sexual exploitation
and abduction, and to locate and recover missing children. Website:

1969 - National FFA Fndn.
Positive example of what works! Dynamic youth organization that changes lives and
prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through
agricultural education. Website:

2940 - National Inclusion Project
Creating innovative recreational and learning programs providing children of all abilities
the opportunity to learn, live, and play together. Inclusion - the right thing to do!

2941 - National Park Trust
The American Park Experience: Preserving and protecting critical, endangered parklands
and promoting programs that send youth outdoors to experience our nation's parks.

1902 - North American Council on Adoptable Children
More than 129,000 foster children need adoptive families. Your donation helps find
loving parents for these children, support adoptive families, and raise adoption
awareness. Website:

1955 - Open Doors with Brother Andrew
Many Christians worldwide suffer assault, imprisonment, torture, murder and persecution
for their faith. Provide hope through Bibles, training, advocacy, relief and community-
based initiatives. Website:
1918 - Operation USA
Helps communities alleviate the effects of disasters, disease and endemic poverty
throughout the world by providing privately-funded relief, reconstruction and
development aid. Website:

2944 - ORBIS
Blindness prevention and treatment in developing countries. ORBIS's country programs
and Flying Eye Hospital deliver doctors, medicine and supplies for surgeries and local
health training. Website:

1984 - Parents as Teachers National Center
Programs provide free parenting education and health/development screenings for
children prenatal to kindergarten to enhance development and school readiness.
50 states and US territories Website:

1982 - Parents of Murdered Children
Assistance in keeping murderers in prison; assist unsolved cases; prevention and
awareness programs; emotional support, information and advocacy for any survivor of a
homicide victim. Website:

1985 - Parkinson's Research Center, Michael Stern Fndn.
Sponsoring research at leading academic centers in the U.S. to find the cause, treatments
and ultimately a cure for the second most common neurological disorder. Website:

2936 - Partnership for a Drug-Free America
Prevention. Intervention. Treatment. Recovery. Our research-based educational programs
give parents/caregivers the comprehensive information/support they need to help raise
healthy, drug-free families. Website:

1951 - Pet Partners
Hospitalized children smile, adults' blood pressure, pulse rates lowered. Disabled
individuals gain independence. Help us improve human lives through the "healing power
of pets". Website:

1919 - PETA: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Fighting cruelty. Saving lives! Making the world a kinder place for animals through
undercover investigations, rescues, humane education, spay/neuter, high-profile advocacy
campaigns, and more. Website:

2943 - Philippine Children's Fund of America
Serving underprivileged children including Amerasians left from closure of US bases;
Provide livelihood opportunities to Indigenous People; Environmental Programs and
Services for Youth and Community. Website:
2909 - PKD Fndn.
Only organization worldwide solely devoted to programs of patient education, public
awareness, advocacy and research toward a treatment and cure for polycystic kidney
disease patients. Website:

1959 - Planned Parenthood Fndn.
We exist to preserve and advance reproductive freedom and choice, provide access to
affordable health care, and promote responsible and accurate sexuality education.

2945 - Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network, RAINN
Operates National Sexual Assault Hotlines. Free, 24-7 services help 120,000 people/year.
Programs prevent rape, help victims, put rapists in jail. Largest anti-rape organization.

2946 - Reach Out and Read
Pediatricians on military bases and in civilian healthcare settings give free books to
young children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud. Website:

2947 - Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Assn. of America
Promotes awareness of this painful, debilitating neurological syndrome that may affect
millions. Providing crucial information to patients, families, medical professionals,
educators, pain advocates and more. Website:

1950 - Restless Legs Syndrome Fndn.
Increase awareness. Improve treatment. Find a cure. The Restless Legs Syndrome
Foundation strives to create a better tomorrow for those living with this debilitating
condition. Website:

1975 - Rocky Mountain Elk Fndn.
Ensures the future of elk and other wildlife by conserving, restoring and enhancing
natural habitats through land purchases, conservation easements, management
agreements, education and research. Website:

2955 - Save the Manatee Club
Advocating for manatee and habitat protection. Promoting public awareness and
education; sponsoring research and rescue, rehabilitation, and release efforts; Join Jimmy
Buffett, Save the Manatee! Website:

2956 - Seed Programs
Sow Seeds To Fight Hunger. We provide donated vegetable seed in multilingual garden
packets to international humanitarian organizations for self-help gardening programs.

2952 - Seeing Eye
Enhancing lives by bringing independence, dignity and self-confidence to blind people
through our Seeing Eye® dogs. These dogs bring mobility, safety and self-sufficiency to
thousands. Website:

2957 - SETI Institute
Are we alone? Help us explore and understand the origin, nature, and prevalence of life
in the universe; to know our place among the stars. Website:

2958 - SEVA Fndn.
Imagine being blind one day and seeing the next. Receiving seeds/tools/gardening classes
to promote healthy living. Help another achieve these miracles today. Website:

2971 - Skin and Dental Dysfunction Fndn.
Provides dentures, support, and hope to children left toothless from the rare disorder
Ectodermal Dysplasia. Funds research to find improved treatment options and cures.

2959 - Southeastern Guide Dogs
Our mission: to create and nurture a partnership between a visually impaired person and a
guide dog, facilitating life's journey with mobility, independence and dignity. Website:

1997 - Special Operations Warrior Fndn.
Provide scholarship grants and counseling to children of special operations people who
die in combat or training. Provide financial assistance to wounded special operations
people. Website:

2960 - Spinal Cord Injury Network International
Pain, paralysis, spinal cord injuries, accessibility, home modifications, wheelchairs.
Lifetime challenges. Help us link people with spinal cord injuries to the best treatment
and care. Website:

2962 - Support Our Troops
Show your support for today's deployed Heroes by helping us provide them with care
goods, positive public support and assistance, and special events. Website:

1923 - Surgical Eye Expeditions International
Every 5 seconds someone in the world goes blind. Almost half can be cured with a 30-
minute operation. Help us restore sight and transform lives. Website:

2963 - Thomas More Law Center
The Christian answer to the ACLU; a national, nonprofit public interest law firm
defending the constitutional rights of Christians, family values, and sanctity of life.
1967 - Transplants, The National Fndn. for
Our advocacy, fundraising, and grants help organ and tissue transplant patients
nationwide receive lifesaving treatment, medications and medical care they otherwise
could not afford. Website:

2964 - United States Assn. for UNHCR
More than 33 million people...mostly women and children...have fled violence,
persecution and war. Help the UN Refugee Agency ensure that they receive life-saving
humanitarian aid. Website:

2965 - Veterans Support Fndn.
Vietnam vets who care for needy and disabled veterans of all eras. Own and manage
houses for homeless veterans and fund health and recreation programs. Website:

1981 - Water For People
Water For People helps people in developing countries improve their quality of life by
supporting the development of sustainable drinking water, sanitation and hygiene
programs. Website:

2950 -
Every 8 seconds a child dies from water related disease. is transforming the
lives of people in developing countries through access to safe water. Website:

2953 - Wildlife Conservation Fund of America
To protect and advance outdoor sports through public education by introducing youth and
their families to an active outdoor lifestyle through the Trailblazer Adventure Program.

2918 - Women's Health Research
Improving women's health through advocacy, education and research by advancing the
study of differences between the sexes affecting the prevention, diagnosis and treatment
of disease. Website:

2966 - World Hunger Year
Helping hungry people access food, shelter, job training, and government benefits in
addition to supporting grassroots solutions that create self-reliance and economic justice.

2938 - Youth for Christ USA
Establishing life-changing connections with youth in schools, institutions, communities
and military bases through practical assistance, healing relationships, special events, and
the gospel of Jesus Christ. Website:
2967 - Zero, The Project to End Prostate Cancer
Zero prostate cancer deaths, Zero prostate cancer cases, and for those with prostate
cancer a Zero PSA. We commit to ending prostate cancer. Join us. Website:


2490 - Institute for Black Charities North Carolina Chapter
Supports charitable programs that improve life for Black children, families and
impoverished communities. Community outreach initiatives, crisis relief assignments,
grants, education, training, and referral programs. Website:

2499 - Exodus
Christian faith based: To Stop the Flow of African-Americans to Prison; providing one
on one mentoring, soft skills training, educational scholarships, job search assistance.


2400 - Neighbor To Nation
People in deed serving people in need, in our local communities, throughout America and
the world. Providing life-sustaining assistance and hope for the future. Website:

2457 - American Family Assn.
Educates and motivates Christians through radio, online and print publications to act on
issues affecting families. Examples: media indecency, pornography, abortion,
entertainment, education, parenting. Website:

2445 - Assn. of Christian Schools International
Empowering Christian schools and educators worldwide to provide Christ centered
schooling, PreK through College, to effectively prepare students for life through
transformed thinking and living. Website:

2402 - Asthma and Allergy Fndn. of America
Supports research to cure asthma and allergies and helps patients through educational
programs, advocacy, free information and a national network of chapters and support
groups. Website:

2411 - Awana Clubs International
Training and equipping Christian leaders in over 100 countries to conduct programs that
create hope by building an enduring biblical faith in their nation's children. Website:

2403 - Blessings International
Giving hope to destitute children and adults by providing life-saving pharmaceuticals,
vitamins, medical supplies for treating needy patients in developing nations and U.S.
clinics. Website:

2464 - Bread and Water for Africa
Strengthening African initiatives for self-sufficiency through grassroots health, clean,
water, education, orphanages, vocational training, agriculture and micro-credit programs
focusing on women and children. Website:

2441 - Breast Cancer Research Fndn.
Make A Difference. Breast cancer claims over 40,000 lives annually. Your support funds
lifesaving breast cancer research worldwide. Prevention and a Cure In Our Lifetime.

2471 - Charlotte Eagles, Missionary Athletes International
Conducts Biblically-based soccer camps, clinics, teams, and international tours to meet
the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of youth around the world. Website:

2480 - Child Aid
Helps poor children by providing doctors, teachers, books, scholarships, hearing aids in
Mexico and Guatemala. No fancy offices, no big salaries, just hope for kids. Website:

2425 - Children's Cancer Assistance Fund
Give children with cancer a chance for a brighter future! Your support will provide vital
financial assistance and educational resources for children battling cancer. Website:

2426 - Children's Food Fund/World Emergency Relief
Give children a living chance through emergency relief, food, medical care, schools,
orphanages, and micro economic assistance in 33 countries, including Native Americans.

2405 - Children's Hunger Relief Fund
Nine million innocent children needlessly die before age five! Help us provide millions
of meals, healthcare, clean water, housing, education, God’s love and stop starvation.

2406 - Christian Military Fellowship
Supports U.S. military and their families, providing prayer, Bible studies, hospitality,
link-ups training and resources, encouraging them to love and serve the Lord Jesus
Christ. Website:

2459 - Diabetes National Research Group
Nicknamed "The Silent Killer," diabetes affects 23,000,000 Americans. We support
medical research to find treatments, and possibly cures, for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

2420 - Fndn. Fighting Blindness
Awards grants to the nation's most prominent scientists pursuing groundbreaking
research in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of lung disease, including asthma,
COPD, lung cancer. Website:

2408 - Focus on the Family
Christian organization dedicated to helping families thrive through faith-based resources,
multimedia outreaches, counseling services that support a variety of marriage,
parenting/life-stage needs. Website:

2430 - Food for the Hungry
An international organization of Christian motivation, committed to helping the poor and
downtrodden to overcome hunger and poverty through integrated self-development and
relief programs. Website:

2442 - Gateway for Cancer Research
99 cents of every dollar received funds research focused on developing innovative cancer
treatments with the goal of saving lives today. Website:

2409 - Glaucoma Research Fndn.
Prevent vision loss from glaucoma by investing in innovative research, education, and
support with the ultimate goal of finding a cure. Website:

2447 - JAARS
Through partnerships worldwide, JAARS provides quality technical support services and
resources to speed Bible translation for all people. Website:

2465 - Leukemia Research Fndn.
Funds research to find a cure for leukemia, lymphoma, and myelodysplastic syndromes
and provides emotional, educational and financial support to patients and their families.

2432 - Lions Clubs International Fndn.
Supports Lions Clubs in 205 countries in addressing the various needs of their
communities through grant programs including sight, youth, health and disaster relief
projects. Website:

2443 - MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger
Funds domestic and international organizations that educate communities about hunger,
distribute free nutritious groceries and help increase the self-sufficiency of people living
in poverty. Website:
2461 - Menopause & Women's Health Research Center
Women are affected by menopause & related issues: broken hips (osteoporosis), muscle
loss, weight gain, sleep and mood disorders. Support medical research benefiting
women’s health. Website:

2444 - Mercy Ships
Utilizes hospital ships and volunteer crew to deliver free specialized medical care to the
forgotten poor of the world. Website:

2448 - Mission Aviation Fellowship
Christian organization that uses aviation, communications and learning technologies to
bring the Gospel and life-sustaining services to isolated areas of the world. Website:

2481 - Mission To Children
Cultivating Christlike character in children—helping them become responsible citizens
and leaders; caring for youth internationally through orphanages, food, clothes,
education, and Bible-based character training. Website:

2462 - Multiple Sclerosis National Research Institute
Conducts research towards understanding, treating and halting the progression of
multiple sclerosis and related diseases. Current research progress is promising. Please
help us find cures! Website:

2472 - National Brain Tumor Society
190,000 individuals per year are diagnosed with a brain tumor. NBTS offers hope to
those affected, funding brain tumor research and providing supportive patient services.

2416 - National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund
Promotes respect for human life through educational programs opposing abortion,
infanticide, and euthanasia and supports referral and adoption services for women with
crisis pregnancies. Website:

2446 - Navigators
Strengthening the personal and spiritual lives of military men, women and their families
through discipleship, Bible studies, leader development, conferences, counseling and
group activities. Website:

2482 - Nazarene Compassionate Ministries
Challenged by faith to end poverty. Promotes long-term solutions to poverty through
training, gifts-in-kind, economic and community development, and micro-enterprise
projects. Website:

2417 - Officers' Christian Fellowship
Supports those who serve their country worldwide. Provides resources to help military
members and their families grow together in their relationship with God and others.

2466 - Operation Blessing International Relief & Development Corp.
Dedicated to alleviating human need and suffering throughout the world through disaster
relief, medical aid, hunger relief and community development programs since 1978.

2419 - Samaritan's Purse
Christian relief agency led by Franklin Graham, providing food, medicine, clothing,
shelter and other emergency assistance to victims of war, poverty, disease and natural
disasters. Website:

2437 - Society of St. Andrew
Gleaning America’s fields to feed America's hungry. A Christian, ecumenical ministry
saving edible produce from going to waste, using it instead to feed the hungry. Website:

2421 - The V Fndn.
The V Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to saving lives by raising money
to fund cancer research and awareness projects. Website:

2449 - United Leukodystrophy Fndn.
Provides patients and families specific information, networking opportunities, assists
identifying sources of medical care, funds direct and indirect research leading to clinical
trials and therapies. Website:

2450 - Voice of the Martyrs
Provides spiritual and humanitarian aid to persecuted Christians. Bibles, clothing,
literature, counseling, trauma care, medicine, blankets, job training and other aid to
encourage Christians. Website:

2422 - World Concern, A Division of CRISTA Ministries
Provides microloans to women, care to AIDS orphans, and education, agricultural
training and disaster response services to hurting people around the world. Website:

2483 - World Vision
Relief and development organization helping children worldwide by tackling causes of
poverty and developing access to clean water, food, health care, education, and economic
opportunity. Website:


2118 - The NC 4-H Development Fund
Building outstanding citizen leaders with marketable skills to succeed in today's global
society. A statewide network offers programs, trips, and scholarships for members and
leaders. Website:

2127 - Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Educational Center
The Center provides approximately 5,400 children an affordable summer or school
fieldtrip experience. The programs give youth the opportunity for personal growth and
life-skill enhancement. Website:

2132 - Bladen Cty. 4-H Youth Development
A community based youth development program of over 2,800 adults and youth ages 5-
19. Youth learn citizenship, leadership and life skills. Website:

2133 - Cabarrus Cty. 4-H youth Development
Over 6,300 youth benefit from the educational programs, leadership opportunities and
learning skills that will ensure a brighter personal and professional life. Website:

2125 - Chatham Cty. 4-H Youth Development
Assists youth and volunteers in acquiring knowledge and valuable life skills which will
enable them to become self directing, contributing and productive members of society.

2137 - Davie Cty. 4-H Youth Development
Serving over 1300 youth and adults through educational, hands-on programs. Our
programs teach life skills through community clubs, special interest groups and school
enrichment. Website:

2138 - Eastern 4-H Environmental Education Conference Center
The Eastern 4-H Center provides educational opportunities North Carolina's Youth.
Summer Camps, Leadership and Environmental Education are hallmark programs
available to youth throughout the year. Website:

2111 - Gates Cty. 4-H Youth Development
Community based youth development program involving over 757 youth ages 5-19 in
clubs, school-enrichment, camps, special interest and leadership activities to teach life
skills. Website:

2126 - Graham Cty. 4-H Youth Development
Provides opportunities for youth to participate in hands-on learning activities that develop
life skills, citizenship and leadership. Website:

2139 - Haywood Cty. 4-H Youth Development
A community based youth development program involving over 3,000 adults and youth
ages 5-19. Clubs, school-enrichment and leadership activities teach life skills. Website:

2113 - Henderson Cty. 4-H Youth Development
Youth ages 5-19 develop life skills while participating in fun hands-on learning
experiences in 4-H clubs, special interest programs and school enrichment. Website:

2103 - Johnston Cty. 4-H Youth Development
A community based youth development program involving over 3,000 adults and youth
ages 5-19. Clubs, school-enrichment and leadership activities teach life skills. Website:

2140 - Millstone 4-H Camp
A statewide youth development facility involving over 6,000 adults and youth; teaching
natural resource management, environmental education , life skills and team building.

2121 - Montgomery Cty. 4-H Youth Development
Providing educational and leadership opportunities for young people, aged 5-19, through
involvement in clubs, school enrichment programs and special interest activities.

2135 - NC 4-H Dairy Youth Program
Youth in the NC 4-H Dairy Youth Program learn many important life skills and increase
their knowledge of dairy farming and the dairy industry. Website:

2129 - NC 4-H Horse Program
The NC 4-H Horse Program teaches responsibility, respect, organizational skills,
leadership and horse science to youth participating in over 16,000 educational projects.

2141 - NC 4-H Museum and History Center
Through interactive exhibits and activities, the museum will teach visitors the story of
how 4-H'ers changed history. Website:

2134 - NC 4-H Youth Livestock
The 4-H Youth Livestock Program develops leadership skills in youth interested in cattle,
sheep, swine and goat projects; participants come from diverse backgrounds. Website:

2142 - Rockingham Cty. 4-H Youth Development
A community based youth development program involving over 3,500 adults and youth
ages 5-19. 4-H clubs, school-enrichment and summer activities teach life skills to youth.

2130 - Roger and Elsie Hyatt Endowment for Graham Cty. 4-H
Roger and Elsie Hyatt 4-H Endowment - Supports Graham County 4-H serving youth
ages 5-18 through clubs, school enrichment and special interest programs. Website:

2136 - Sertoma 4-H Educational Center
Serving children and adults from throughout North Carolina, providing hands-on outdoor
experiences and training events designed to enhance life skills. Website:

2143 - Swannanoa 4-H Center
A beautifully rustic center located outside of Asheville, NC that caters to residential and
day campers as well as retreat groups in a year-round facility. Website:


1700 - North Carolina Community Shares
A network of North Carolina organizations that connect, fund, and raise awareness for
community groups fighting for fairness, equality and social change. Website:

1750 - Achievement Academy of Durham
School for poor, high-risk dropouts to earn NC High School Equivalency Diploma then
post-secondary education. Goal: middle income salary plus benefits. Website:

1720 - American Civil Liberties Union of NC Legal Fund
Nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to preserving the guarantees of individual
liberty found in the North Carolina and federal constitutions through education, legal
advocacy and litigation. Website:

1747 - Equality NC Fndn.
Securing fairness and equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) North
Carolinians through cutting-edge advocacy, education, outreach, and the annual Equality
Conference & Gala. Website:

1726 - Greensboro Housing Coalition
Housing counseling for homeless, tenants, and homeowners to find housing, avoid losing
it, and address housing risks; helping Greensboro end homelessness and substandard
housing Website:
1705 - NARAL Pro-Choice NC Fndn.
Works to protect and promote reproductive rights and to reduce the need for abortion
through education research and grassroots organizing. Website:

1736 - NC Against Gun Violence Education Fund
Keeping NC safe from gun violence through education of public about gun violence.

1707 - NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The only statewide nonprofit agency that provides comprehensive resources, training and
public policy initiatives to students, law enforcement officers, local advocates, and all
other NC citizens. Website:

1709 - NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault
An inclusive statewide alliance working to end sexual violence through education,
advocacy and legislation. Website:

1722 - NC Justice Center
Fights poverty and promotes economic and social justice within seven areas: state budget
policy, consumer protection, housing, immigrant issues, public benefits, education, and
workforce issues. Website:

1710 - NC Minority Support Center
Statewide advocate partnering with Community Development Credit Unions, providing
technical assistance, grants and loans to help them build generational wealth and create
opportunities for communities. Website:

1712 - NC Occupational Safety & Health Project
A nonprofit membership organization of workers, attorneys, health professionals and
unions. Provides training, research and assistance to improve safety and health on the
job. Website:

1749 - People of Faith Against the Death Penalty
Through advocacy across the Triangle and further, mobilizes and educates communities
to act to abolish the death penalty. Website:

1718 - Planned Parenthood Health Systems, Asheville
Providing accessible, high quality health care and information to clients and serving as
advocate and educator to the community on responsible human sexuality Website:

1721 - Planned Parenthood Health Systems, Charlotte
Providing accessible, high quality health care and information to clients and serving as
advocate and educator to the community on responsible human sexuality Website:
1743 - Planned Parenthood Health Systems, Eastern NC
Providing accessible, high quality health care and information to clients and serving as
advocate and educator to the community on responsible human sexuality Website:

1715 - Planned Parenthood Health Systems, Greater Raleigh
Providing accessible, high quality health care and information to clients and serving as
advocate and educator to the community on responsible human sexuality Website:

1714 - Planned Parenthood Health Systems, Triad
Providing accessible, high quality health care and information to clients and serving as
advocate and educator to the community on responsible human sexuality Website:

1716 - Planned Parenthood of Central NC
PPCNC advocates for and provides comprehensive educational and healthcare services to
reduce unintended pregnancy and STIs/STDs among teens, the uninsured, and people
with limited incomes. Website:

1725 - WNCU 90.7 FM
A mainstream jazz public radio station licensed to NC Central University and affiliated
with NPR; provides local and national news that is an educational resource that
stimulates its diverse audience. Website:

4000 - Partners for a Better World
From schools to museums to animal shelters, we represent a broad coalition of charities
working on the ground for stronger communities and a better world. Website:

4002 - American Committee For the Weizmann Institute of Science
Supports science and technology research in Israel for the benefit of humanity, including
advancements in medicine and health, agriculture, education, the environment, and new
technologies. Website:

4003 - American Friends of Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam
Supports an Israel community where Jewish and Arab families have lived, worked and
raised their children together with mutual respect and equality for 26 years. Website:

4004 - Asian American Justice Center
Works to advance the human and civil rights for Asian Americans, and build and
promote a fair and equitable society for all. Website:

4005 - Child and Adolescent Bipolar Fndn.
We educate families, professionals, and the public about pediatric bipolar disorder,
connect families with resources and support research on the disorder and its cure.

4006 - Children, Inc.
For less than $1 a day, you have the power to provide a child in the U.S. or overseas with
food, clothing, healthcare, and education. Website:

4007 - Christian Solidarity International
We are a Christian human rights organization advocating for religious liberty. In Sudan,
CSI actions free, feed and heal victims of the ongoing conflict. Website: www.csi-

4008 - EARTH University Fndn.
We support Costa Rica-based EARTH University to provide an environmental or
agricultural education to students who commit to affecting positive change in their
countries. Website:

4009 - Electronic Frontier Fndn.
Civil liberties membership organization protecting online rights to free speech, fair use,
innovation, and privacy through litigation, activism and educating the public, press, and
policymakers. Website:

4022 - Fair Trade USA
Through certifying and promoting Fair Trade products in the United States, we enable
sustainable community development that benefits farmers, workers, consumers, industry
and the earth. Website:

4010 - Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation
GLAAD is dedicated to ensuring fair, accurate and inclusive representations in the media
to eliminate homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual
orientation. Website:

4011 - GLSEN
Nearly nine of ten LGBT students are bullied or harassed in school. We make America’s
schools safer for all, regardless of sexual orientation/gender expression. Website:

4012 - International Campaign for Tibet
Promotes human rights and democracy for the Tibetan people, secures humanitarian
assistance, reports and advocates for Tibetans, and encourages dialogue between Chinese
and Tibetan Governments. Website:

4013 - International Hospital for Children
Provides surgical and diagnostic care for critically ill children from Caribbean basin
countries by mobilizing hospitals and volunteer surgeons from the U.S. and abroad.

4014 - Lambda Legal
Achieving recognition of the civil rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people
and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.

4001 - Milk for Starving Infants Fund
One third of Zambia, Africa's children are orphans. Half are not in school. Thousands are
hungry. We feed children, operate rescue homes, give free education. Website:

4015 - National Center for Lesbian Rights
Through impact litigation, public policy advocacy, public education and direct legal
services, NCLR advances the legal and human rights of LGBT people and their families.

4016 - National Center on Family Homelessness
Our mission is to help homeless children and their families through innovative research
and evaluation, program design, service delivery, systems integration, and advocacy.

4017 - PFLAG National
PFLAG supports the health, well-being and equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and
transgender people, their family members and friends through support, education and
advocacy. Website:

4018 - Project Concern International
Project Concern International is a leading health and humanitarian assistance
organization dedicated to building healthy communities and saving the lives of children
and families worldwide. Website:

4019 - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum
The Museum, its Library/Archives, and its educational programs exist to educate the
public about the history and continuing significance of rock and roll music. Website:

4020 - Save Darfur Coalition
SDC raises public awareness and urges world leaders to respond to atrocities in Darfur in
hopes of ending the first genocide of the 21st century. Website:

4021 - Share & Care Fndn. of India
Empowering Rural India, Women Empowerment, Youth Development: Enhance the
quality of lives of underprivileged Indian woman and children by supporting programs in
Healthcare and Education. Website:

4023 - Wellstone Action Fund
Provides training programs in leadership, organizing, voter engagement, citizen activism,
and issue advocacy for individuals, organizations, and diverse communities. Website:

4024 - Witness for Peace
People of faith and conscience working for peace, justice, and sustainable economics in
Latin America by challenging harmful U.S. policies and corporate practices. Website:


2300 - The North Carolina Partnership for Children
Advancing a system of care and education so that every child reaches his/her potential
and is prepared for success in a global economy. 919-821-7999

3501 - Alamance Partnership for Children
A public/private partnership to help young children prepare to enter school healthy,
happy and eager to learn. 336-513-0063 Website:

3580 - Alleghany Partnership for Children
We strive to strengthen families by providing quality services and supports that enhance
the community and the lives of all Alleghany County Citizens. Website:

3581 - Ashe Cty. Partnership for Children
Ashe County Partnership for Children – serving families and children in Ashe county by
providing comprehensive services that promote health, education, and safety. 336-982-4588


2391 - Avery Cty. Smart Start
Avery County Smart Start provides services and programs for families with young
children, helping them to be healthy and ready to learn when beginning school. Website:

3583 - Cabarrus Cty. Partnership for Children
Cabarrus County Partnership for Children - enables children to meet their potential
through development/enhancement of quality services addressing health, family support,
child care/education. Website:

3584 - Caswell Cty. Partnership for Children
The Caswell County Partnership for Children - providing programs and resources for
children birth - 18 and their families. Website:

3585 - Catawba Cty. Partnership for Children
The Catawba County Partnership for Children – providing resources to children ages
birth to five to ensure that they enter school healthy and ready to succeed. 828-695-6505 Website:

3503 - Chatham Cty. Partnership for Children
Leads a comprehensive system that benefits young children and their families, focusing
on child care quality, children's health and safety, and family support. 919-542-7449 Website:

2392 - Children & Youth Partnership for Dare Cty.
Children & Youth Partnership administers the Smart Start program in Dare County and
works to ensure that all children reach their full potential Website:

3586 - Chowan-Perquimans Smart Start
The Partnership is a regional, community-based organization, whose mission is to
maximize school preparedness and to ultimately develop future productive citizens.

3578 - Cleveland Cty. Partnership for Children
We administer services to Cleveland County children ages birth to five years to help them
arrive at school healthy and ready to succeed. 704-480-5620 Website:

3587 - Columbus Cty. Partnership for Children
Columbus County Partnership for Children supports the health, early learning, growth
and development of children birth to five and their families. 910-642-8226 Website:

3524 - Duplin Cty. Partnership for Children
Comprehensive public/private partnership helping Duplin County children start school
healthy and ready to succeed. 919-296-2000 Website:

3505 - Durham's Partnership for Children
Works in collaboration with agencies and resources to offer children in Durham County
the services they need to enter kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Website:
2390 - Franklin-Granville-Vance Smart Start
Providing services in child care, health and family support for families of children ages 0-
5. 252-433-9110 Website:

3506 - Guilford Cty. Partnership for Children
The Guilford County Partnership for Children works with families and community to
ensure that all our children begin school healthy, safe and ready to succeed. Website:

3527 - Halifax-Warren Smart Start Partnership for Children
Coordinating the efforts of community organizations to provide services to support the
education, health and welfare of children 0-5 in Halifax and Warren Counties. Website:

3589 - Hertford-Northampton Smart Start
Improving outcomes for children birth to five through a high quality comprehensive
system of early care and education. Website:

3590 - Iredell Cty. Partnership for Children
Administers Smart Start services for children, ages birth to five years, with quality child
care, health and family support programs to ensure school success. Website:

2303 - Jones Cty. Smart Start
Planning, coordinating and funding programs for children ages birth through five to
ensure that our young children are healthy and prepared to succeed when they enter
school. Website:

3592 - Lee Cty. Partnership for Children
Provides programs and services for children and their families in Lee County through
Smart Start and More at Four. Website:

2350 - Martin-Pitt Partnership for Children
Public/private partnership helping Martin and Pitt Counties' children start school healthy
and ready to succeed. 252-756-1567 Website:

3594 - McDowell Cty. Partnership for Children & Families
McDowell County Partnership for Children & Families, Inc. - Provides comprehensive
early education, health, and parenting programs for young children and their families. 828-659-2462 Website:

3512 - Orange Cty. Partnership for Young Children
developing and funding early childhood programs to ensure every child arrives at school
healthy and ready to succeed. 919-967-9091 Website:
3593 - Partnership for Children of Lincoln/Gaston Counties
Ensuring every child in Lincoln and Gaston Counties enters school both healthy and
prepared to succeed. 704.922.0900. You can also find us on Facebook.

2314 - Partnership for Children of Wayne Cty.
Provides services that prepare young children for success through early care and
education, health and family support programs. 919-735-3371 Website:

3596 - Randolph Cty. Partnership for Children
Our community's lead organization to plan, identify and fund programs for young
children and their families. 336-629-2128 Website:

3597 - Richmond Cty. Partnership for Children
Richmond County Partnership for Children (non-profit) collaborates with local agencies
to fund programs in Richmond County that enhance the health and education for children
(0-5). Website:

2306 - Robeson Cty. Partnership for Children
Ensuring every child reaches his/her potential through high quality and comprehensive
system of early care and education. Website:

2395 - Rockingham Cty. Partnership for Children
Providing services for families with young children and early childhood educators;
Parents as Teachers Program; More at Four Pre-Kindergarten Program. 336-342-9676

2393 - Scotland Cty. Partnership for Children & Families
Scotland County Partnership for Children and Families' mission is to prepare children for
success by providing resources for families and the community. (910) 276-3333

3582 - Smart Start of Brunswick Cty.
Countywide organization improving the well being of children from birth to age five by
enhancing quality care, early education and health. Website:

2301 - Smart Start of Buncombe Cty.
Smart Start of Buncombe County - supporting high quality health and school readiness
programs for young children and their families. Website: www.smartstart-

2320 - Smart Start of Forsyth Cty.
Smart Start of Forsyth County – Preparing all young children for school and life-long
success through community partnerships. 336-725-6011 Website:

3588 - Smart Start of Henderson Cty.
A non-profit organization designed to provide programs and services that support,
educate and advocate for children ages birth to five and their families. 828-693-1580. Website:

3595 - Smart Start of Mecklenburg Cty.
Smart Start of Mecklenburg County - Is a private, nonprofit organization that funds
health, family support, early care and education programs in Mecklenburg County for
children ages birth to five and their families. Website:

3557 - Smart Start of New Hanover Cty.
uses a collaborative approach in focusing on child care, health and family support so that
children enter school ready to succeed. 910-815-3731

3575 - Smart Start of Pender Cty.
A nonprofit agency that develops and advocates for services that enhance early care and
education, encourage school readiness and are beneficial to young children. 910-259-
9978 Website:

3298 - Stanly Cty. Partnership for Children
Providing early childhood education, health and family support programs for young
children and their families. 704-982-2038 Website:

2335 - Stokes Partnership for Children
A nonprofit organization led by local volunteers, designed to provide programs and
services for families and children in Stokes County. 336-985-2676

3599 - Union Smart Start
Union Smart Start develops and funds programs that enhance the health, education and
quality of life for children birth to age 5 and their families. Website:

3511 - Wake Cty. Smart Start
Wake County SmartStart Inc. – Seeks to ensure that every child, birth to five years, is
healthy and prepared for success in school and in life. Website:

3591 - Wilkes Smart Start
Wilkes Smart Start helps young children in Wilkes County, NC, to enter school healthy
and ready to succeed. Website:


2800 - North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Fndn.
Through educational programs, publications, and events, Cooperative Extension faculty
deliver unbiased, research-based information to empower North Carolina's citizens and
provide solutions for our future. Website:

2805 - Briggs Avenue Community Garden
The Briggs Avenue Community Garden will have 50 individual plots, a youth
entrepreneurial program, educational training in sustainable agriculture and nutrition for
the general public. Website:

2806 - Craven Cty. Cooperative Extension
Provide support for education, professional development, scholarship or other programs
benefitting agricultural production, agricultural promotion or development within Craven
County. Website:

2807 - Greene Cty. Cooperative Extension Elaney Woods Program
Farmers' Market, Heritage Farm and Training Facility to deliver sustainable agriculture
programming and alternative crop production to the citizens of Greene County. Website:

2808 - NC Master Gardeners' Endowment
1,581 Extension Master Gardener Volunteers donate 120,092 hours teaching people to
use research based, earth kind recommendations for healthy gardens, lawns and
landscapes. Website:


1200 - United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake Cty.
Builds better communities through the arts; funding arts programming across Wake Co.,
including Artists in the Schools events. Website:

1201 - Arts Together
Enables children, adults & seniors, regardless of financial status, to discover their
creative voices through art, dance, drama & voice classes. Website: www.artstogether

1221 - North Carolina Theatre
Strengthens cultural vitality and cultivates musical theatre appreciation by producing
professional Broadway musicals and developing artists through youth training,
performance and outreach programs. Website:
1209 - Raleigh Chamber Music Guild
Founded in 1941, RCMG presents two concert series featuring North Carolina, national
and international chamber ensembles in concert and community educational and youth
activities. Website:

1213 - Raleigh Symphony Orchestra
Offers four different series: Classical, Chamber, Family and Jazz; sponsors award-
winning music educational programs; and offers a statewide concerto competition.


1400-000 - United Way of North Carolina
An organization designed to assist local United Way organizations throughout the state
by providing a range of services including: on-site training, consulting, advocacy, and
partnering with state government. Website:

1400-001 - NC 211
2-1-1 is your personalized connection to find help or volunteer in your community. The
free call is confidential, any language available, all day every day. Website:


1401-000 - United Way of Alamance Cty.
Organization committed to building strong communities by providing assistance to
children and families, the elderly and those in crisis. Also serves as community convener
and facilitator. Website:

1401-006 - Alamance Cty. Meals on Wheels
Providing meal and food services to elderly, homebound seniors and disabled individuals
in our service area. Website:

1401-011 - Boy Scouts of America, Old North State Council, Alamance Cty.
To serve others by installing values in young people, and to prepare them to make ethical
choices and achieve their full potential. Website:

1401-028 - Consumer Credit Counseling, Family Service of the Piedmont
Empowers individuals and families to restore hope, achieve stability and strive through
quality support services, advocacy and education. Website:

1401-029 - Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
The world's preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls ages 5-17, which builds
girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Website:
1401-021 - Hospice of Alamance Caswell Fndn.
We provide home care and counseling services to the terminally and seriously ill. We
also operate a 12 bed hospice facility. Website:

1401-030 - Open Door Clinic of Alamance Cty.
To offer free health care services with dignity, professionalism and concern for the
indigent and working poor of Alamance County. Website:

1401-024 - Piedmont Health Services & Sickle Cell Agency
Provides case management/support services to individuals impacted by sickle cell disease
and prevention education to person at risk of HIV/AIDS. Website:

1401-023 - Residential Treatment Services
Providing nonhospital detoxification, facility-based crisis services, residential services to
alcoholics and addicts, and residential services to individuals with mental illness.


1470-000 - Albemarle Area United Way
Improving the quality of life for our communities. Website:

1470-001 - Albemarle Hopeline
Provides comprehensive direct and preventive services to victims of family violence,
sexual assault, and teen dating violence. Website:

1470-018 - Albemarle Smart Start Partnership
Provide services to children aged 0-5 and their families to assure that they are healthy and
prepared for success in school Website:

1470-003 - American Red Cross, Greater Albemarle Area Chapter
Provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to
emergencies; Health & Safety Training. Website:

1470-002 - Food Bank of the Albemarle
To fight hunger and poverty in northeast NC. Website:

1470-008 - Girl Scouts, Council of Colonial Coast, Albemarle Area
Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

1470-019 - Kids First
Provides forensic interviews, therapy, family advocacy, medical examinations, courtroom
advocacy, and prevention services to abused and neglected children of Northeastern NC.

1470-010 - Northeastern Community Development, Corp
Provides the following to low income individuals: foreclosure and reverse mortgage
counseling; free tax assistance and preparation; parenting classes and cultural transition
assistance for Latinos. Website:

1470-014 - SPCA of Northeastern NC
The prevention of cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals, and the
extension of humane education Website:


1402-000 - United Way of Asheville and Buncombe Cty.
Helping people give, advocate and volunteer in the areas of education, income and health
to create opportunities for a good life for everyone. Website:

1402-016 - CarePartners Hospice and Palliative Care
Bereavement counseling for anyone grieving the death of a loved one. Website:

1402-007 - Caring for Children
Provides programs that serve children in Buncombe County who are abandoned, abused,
neglected, homeless, have behavior/emotional problems or mental illness, or who cannot
safely live at home due to crises. Website:

1402-001 - American Redcross, Asheville-Mountain Area Chapter
Helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies and assists members of the
military and their families. Website:

1402-004 - Big Brothers Big Sisters of WNC
Mentoring Works-transforming the lives of children and volunteers. Youth mentoring for
children in need. Website:

1402-042 - CarePartners Adult Day Services
An adult day program offering health monitoring, nutritious meals, stimulating activities
and social interactions for impaired adults. Website:

1402-032 - Child Abuse Prevention Services
Providing school-based prevention/personal safety, parenting ed, and crisis intervention
counseling to reduce/prevent abuse, strengthen families, and assist children who have
experienced abuse. Website:

1402-035 - Children First/Communities in Schools
Improving the lives of children, youth and their families through community
collaboration, advocacy and programs. Website:

1402-006 - Council on Aging of Buncombe Cty.
Case assistance, care management, in-home aides, congregate dining, minor home repair,
transportation, caregiver respite and counseling, heat relief, Medicare assistance, and
more to persons 60+. Website:

1402-012 - Helpmate
A domestic violence agency providing a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, court
advocacy, individual and group counseling, and community education. Website:

1402-024 - Irene Wortham Center
Provides educational activities in an inclusive setting. Developing children to learn and
play with the children who have developmental delays. Website:

1402-045 - Jewish Community Center of Asheville
Provides social, cultural, and recreational programs to the Asheville/Buncombe
community. Social services include childcare, afterschool care, summer camp, and aging
services. Website:

1402-014 - Manna Food Bank
Providing more than 7 million lbs of food to 331 partner agencies in 16 WNC counties.
Together we're involving, educating and uniting people in the work of ending hunger.

1402-040 - MemoryCare
Provides clinical assessment and long term treatment for memory impaired adults
combined with integrated support services for family caregivers. Website:

1402-008 - OnTrack Financial Education & Counseling
Helps people manage their money and credit better through education classes and one-on-
one financial and housing counseling. Website:

1402-048 - Pathways to Permanent Housing
To end the cycle of chronic homelessness in Asheville by moving chronically homeless
persons into service-enriched permanent housing and providing a comprehensive
continuum of services. Website:

1402-029 - Pisgah Legal Services
Providing free legal services in Western North Carolina to help battered women,
disadvantaged children, the elderly, disabled and working poor meet basic needs.
1402-041 - Women At Risk & WCCJ Men's Programs
A community-based alternative treatment for women at risk of incarceration and/or loss
of parental rights. WCCJ Men's Program - a gender responsive mental health and
substance abuse therapeutic intervention for disenfranchised male offenders. Website:

1402-022 - YMCA of WNC
A community-service organization providing values based programs that promote the
healthy development of children and teens, and supports families, and strengthens
communities. Website:


1403-000 - Beaufort Cty. United Way
Supports 18 funded community partners that provide health and human service programs
to create opportunities that advance the common good and produce sustained change.


1404-000 - Burke Cty. United Way
A local organization which raises and distributes funds to 20 local partner agencies that
help provide assistance to those in need. We also bring together resources to target and
resolve critical issues affecting our community. Website:

1404-005 - American Red Cross Burke Cty. Chapter
A humanitarian organization led by volunteers, to provide relief to victims of disasters
and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies Website:

1404-015 - Big Brothers Big Sisters, Burke Cty.
Mentoring Works! Transforming the lives of children and volunteers. Providing one-on-
one mentoring benefits to children, ages 6-15. Website:

1404-009 - Boy Scouts of America, Piedmont Council, Burke Cty.

1404-024 - Literacy Council, Burke Cty.
Povides one-to-one tutoring for adults in learning to read or to improve reading skills,
English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction, citizenship classes to prepare
immigrants to pass the INS examination, and family literacy programs to help parents t

1404-025 - Options
Provides 24 hour crisis intervention to domestic and sexual violence victims. Services
include a crisis line, battered women's shelter, therapy, education, and court advocacy.


1405-000 - Caldwell Cty. United Way
Coordinate an annual fund-raising effort to provide financial assistance to member
agencies that address the most pressing needs in Caldwell County. Also offers
information & referral services and assists in community problem solving. Website:


1406-000 - United Way of the Cape Fear Area
A community-led organization partnering with agencies dedicated to supporting health
and human service programs that improve community conditions in the Cape Fear Area.

1406-001 - American Red Cross-Cape Fear Chapter
Provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people to prevent, prepare for and respond
to emergencies. Website:

1406-003 - Brigade Boys & Girls Club
A youth development organization that provides daily services for boys and girls ages 5-
18 with a special emphasis on those from disadvantaged circumstances. Website:

1406-051 - Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity
A Christian housing ministry, partnering with God and our community to assist families
who are working toward the purchase of a Habitat home. Website:

1406-006 - Cape Fear Literacy Council
Providing one to one tutoring, small classroom and computer-based instruction in
reading, writing, English language, math, GED prep and family literacy. Website:

1406-007 - Child Development Center
A developmental preschool serving children with developmental disabilities. Services
include special education, behavior management, PT, OT, speech therapies and family
support. Website:

1406-008 - Coastal Horizons Center
Providing professional assistance to those in need of prevention, crisis intervention,
criminal justice alternatives, community outreach, substance abuse and mental health
treatment. Website:

1406-026 - Communities In Schools, Brunswick Cty.
Provides community resources to help children successfully learn, stay in school and
prepare for life. Website:

1406-009 - Community Boys and Girls Club of America
Providing over 70 years of service & commitment to youth programs & services to over
800 youth at seven (7) different locations. We are the positive place for kids, where
positive things happen. Website:

1406-010 - Domestic Violence Shelter & Services
Provides emergency shelter and on-going support services for domestic violence victims
and their children, as well as public awareness and prevention programs. Website:

1406-015 - Girls Incorporated of Wilmington, NC
Offers researched based prevention curricula in youth services programs to develop girls
potential to become responsible, self confident and successful women. Website:

1406-052 - Good Shepherd Center
Feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless and transitioning them to housing, providing
100,000 meals per year and 100+ homeless men, women and children sheltered nightly.

1406-018 - Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter
Provides professional end-of-life comfort and care. Offer hope, support, and education to
patients, their families and our community. Website:

1406-055 - New Hanover Regional Medical Center Fndn.
To support New Hanover Regional Medical Center through the development of
philanthropic resources and to promote community understanding of healthcare needs.

1406-053 - New Hope Clinic
Provides basic medical and dental care, diagnostic services and prescription drugs at no
cost to low income, uninsured Brunswick County residents. Website:

1406-020 - Pender Adult Services
Offers the following programs: Meal on Wheels, in home aid services, congregate meals,
transportation, fitness, and operates two senior centers. Website:

1406-022 - Wilmington Family YMCA
Believes all people have the right to participate and is committed to the philosophy of
inclusion dedicated to promoting community participation. Website:

1406-050 - Wilmington Health Access for Teens
Offers comprehensive physical and mental health services to underserved adolescents in
Southeastern NC, emphasizing prevention, working with appropriate community
resources, and involving families in care. Website:

1406-056 - Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality Network
Provides emergency food and shelter services, case management, and transitional housing
for homeless families with children, including victims of domestic violence. Website:

1406-057 - Wilmington Symphony Orchestra
Serving southeastern North Carolina through its concerts showcasing local musicians,
and through an array of unique youth education and outreach programs. Website:

1406-058 - YWCA Lower Cape Fear
To eliminate racism, empower women and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity
for all. Website:


1407-000 - Catawba Cty. United Way
Our mission is to increase the organized capacity of people to help others by mobilizing
the caring power of our community Website:


1409-000 - United Way of Central Carolinas
A regional federation that raised and distributed funds to support programs that makes
permanent changes in people's lives, through a partnership of donors, volunteers,
agencies and staff. Website:

1409-005 - A Child's Place
Working to erase the impact of homelessness on children and their education; helping
1,509 homeless students in 105 different Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools last year.
1409-007 - Academic Learning Center
Providing a free afterschool academic tutoring program in reading, math and self-esteem
for underserved children in grades one-five; serving more that 230 children annually.

1409-001 - American Red Cross, Cabarrus Cty. Chapter
Helping individuals and communities prepare for disaster, respond to emergencies,
collects lifesaving blood, delivers emergency communications to military personnel and
provides health and safety education. Website:

1409-002 - American Red Cross, Greater Carolinas Chapter
Volunteer-driven humanitarian agency providing services to prevent, prepare for, and
respond to emergencies. Provide disaster relief, transportation, health education, armed
forces emergency assistance, blood services. Website:

1409-003 - American Red Cross, Union Cty. Chapter
Provide relief to victims of disaster and help families prepare for and respond to
emergencies. Website:

1409-041 - Arc of Cabarrus Cty.
Offers opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities to improve their
quality of life by providing advocacy, support and education. Website:

1409-042 - Arc of Mecklenburg Cty.
We advocate for people with developmental disabilities and their families and provides
support programs and support to improve the quality of their lives. Website:

1409-008 - Arc of Union Cty.
Creating a life like yours for people with developmental disabilities and their families
through awareness, education and support. Website:

1409-004 - Arthritis Services
Provides self-help services (pain management, appropriate exercise, support groups) for
persons with arthritis and related painful disorders in underserved areas of our
community. Website:

1409-059 - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Charlotte
Helping children in need reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-
one mentoring relationships with measurable impact. Website:

1409-012 - Boy Scouts of America, Central North Carolina Council
To serve others by helping to instill values in young people and in other ways to prepare
them to make ethical choices in their lifetimes in achieving their potential. Website:
1409-009 - Cabarrus Meals on Wheels
Assists elderly and disabled residents of Cabarrus County remain independent in their
homes with the delivery of hot, nutritious home delivered meals. Website:

1409-043 - Cannon Memorial YMCA and Community Center
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind
and body for all. Website:

1409-013 - Charlotte Emergency Housing
A homeless shelter for 14 working families at a time - about 50-60 people every night,
2/3 of which are children. Website:

1409-082 - Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center
Providing full range of high quality speech-language and communication therapy as well
as hearing services for those in our community who are in need. Website:

1409-044 - Coltrane LIFE Center
An adult day care/day health care facility for seniors and mentally challenged adults so
that their caregivers can work or have respite. Website:

1409-020 - Communities in Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Helps at-risk young people stay in school, successfully learn, and prepare for life by
connecting needed community resources with schools. Website:

1409-010 - Community Free Clinic
The Community Free Clinic provides free medical care and pharmacy services to
uninsured, low-income adults in Cabarrus County. Website:

1409-011 - Community Health Services of Mecklenburg
Compassionately providing preventive healthcare for underserved children and adults by
empowering individuals with limited resources to establish and maintain good health.

1409-045 - Community Health Services of Union Cty.
Provides community-based healthcare awareness and preventive services to our indigent
and underserved population. Website:

1409-023 - Council for Children's Rights
Acts on behalf of the rights and needs of children. Performs advocacy, social research,
public education and collaboration with other service providers. Website:
1409-025 - Crisis Assistance Ministry
Provides assistance and advocacy for people in Mecklenburg County facing home
eviction and utility loss, helping them move toward self-sufficiency. Website:

1409-089 - Disability Rights & Resources
An advocacy organization working with people with disabilities so they can live as they
choose, and assisting the community to become fully inclusive. Website:

1409-028 - Florence Crittenton Services
Provides medical, educational social services in a residential setting for at-risk pregnant
adolescents and women, and specialized services for girls and babies in foster care.

1409-031 - Girl Scouts, Hornets' Nest Council, Central Carolinas
The world's preeminent organization dedicated to girls where there is a safe and nurturing
environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. Website:

1409-024 - Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus Cty.
Committed to eliminating substandard housing in Cabarrus County by building safe,
decent, affordable homes in partnership with families in need of such housing. Website:

1409-030 - Hope Haven
Provides housing, counseling and vocational training to chemically dependent adults and
families in Mecklenburg County resulting in their healthy and stable recovery with self-
sufficiency. Website:

1409-055 - Legal Services of Southern Piedmont
Providing civil legal assistance to low-income individuals in various legal matters such as
government assistance, consumer and family law, tax disputes, immigration and
unemployment. Website:

1409-094 - Literacy Council of Union Cty.
Teaching adults to read, write, speak and understand the English language through a
network of trained volunteer tutors; more than 300 adults served per year. Website:

1409-048 - Logan Community Day Care Assn.
5-Star child care center serving both pre-school and school age children providing them
with the tools necessary for school success. Website:

1409-085 - Mecklenburg Cty. Council, Boy Scouts of America
Teaches youth leadership, patriotism, life skills, self-reliance and kindred values.
Initiatives are provided for disadvantaged youth, those from diverse ethnic backgrounds
and with disabilities. Website:

1409-033 - Men's Shelter of Charlotte
We serve homeless men by identifying and filling service gaps, providing emergency
shelter beds and offering supportive services that help men move beyond homelessness.

1409-090 - Mental Health Association of Central Carolinas
Promoting mental wellness through advocacy, prevention and education in Mecklenburg
and Cabarrus counties. Website:

1409-074 - Right Moves for Youth
Right Moves For Youth - Dropout prevention program that partners with schools and law
enforcement to motivate students (grades 4-12) to succeed in school and in life. Website:

1409-091 - Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte
Provides emergency shelter, food, financial aid for women and families, disaster relief,
develops recreational and educational services for boys and girls, and sponsors the
Christmas Bureau. Website:

1409-037 - Seigle Avenue Preschool Cooperative
Providing literacy intensive, family inclusive preschool education to prepare at-risk
children for success in school, serving more than 125 individuals each year. Website:

1409-038 - Summit House of Charlotte
Residential treatment program and prison alternative that keeps mothers who have
committed non-violent crimes with their children, while providing parenting and
rehabilitative services. Website:

1409-098 - Teen Health Connection
Provides affordable medical and mental health services to mostly low-income adolescents
throughout Mecklenburg county and offers adolescent community health education
programs. Website:

1409-047 - United Family Services
Providing hope & solutions for people in crisis with accessible, affordable services -
education, prevention, intervention, counseling & support with life's challenges.

1409-080 - YMCA of Greater Charlotte
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind
and body for all, connecting and engaging people to enhance lives and build community.


1410-000 - United Way of Chatham Cty.
Increases the financial and human resources available for providing human care services
to Chatham County residents. Serves 22 agencies, operates volunteer center & provides
community solutions. Website:

1410-003 - Chatham Cty. Council on Aging
Provides services to older adults to help them maintain independent lives in their own
homes. Website:

1410-005 - Chatham Cty. Together!
Providing a holistic variety of adult youth mentoring relationships to encourage at-risk
youth and young adults to become healthy, self-sufficient and contributing members of
society. Website:

1410-013 - Chatham Trades
A community rehabilitation program providing employment, vocational training, job
placement and support for Chatham County adults with disabilities. Website:

1410-020 - Chatham Transit
To initiate, evaluate and promote a safe, adequate and convenient transit network for the
citizens of Chatham County. Website:

1410-007 - Child Care Networks
Offers childcare referrals and subsidies to eligible families looking for care, information
about starting a childcare program and technical assistance to improve childcare quality.

1410-010 - Family Violence and Rape Crisis Services
Provides services to 800 victims of domestic and sexual violence and displaced
homemakers annually; provides violence prevention programs in schools and community.

1410-011 - Girl Scouts, NC Coastal Pines
Serving 41,000 members in 41 counties, Girl Scouts NC Coastal Pines builds girls of
courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Website:

1410-021 - Heads Up! Therapeutic Riding Program
Provides inclusive, individualized therapy, using horses as a dynamic interactive tool, to
people with special needs in central North Carolina. Website:
1410-022 - Hispanic Liaison of Chatham Cty.
Providing direct services, advocacy, education, leadership development and community
empowerment to over 5,000 clients from Chatham and the surrounding counties' Latino
Communities Website:


1411-000 - United Way of Cleveland Cty.
Helping citizens help themselves through programs that impact the community and meet
the most critical human service needs in Cleveland County. Website:

1411-025 - Boy Scouts of America, Piedmont Council, Cleveland Cty.
A comprehensive youth and character development organization serving eleven western
North Carolina counties, whose mission includes ethical decision making and leadership
training. Website:

1411-021 - Girl Scouts, Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
The world's preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls ages 5-7, which builds girls
of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Website:


1412-000 - United Way of Coastal Carolina
Provides funding and assistance to local agencies in Carteret, Craven, Jones and Pamlico
Counties to address health and human services needs. Website:

1412-017 - American Red Cross, Coastal Carolina Chapter
Provides immediate assistance to victims of disaster, instruction in First Aid, CPR and
aquatics and disaster preparation. Provides emergency assistance to the military and
blood services. Website:

1412-002 - Boy Scouts of America, East Carolina Council, Coastal Carolina
Provides youth the character-building program provided through chartered partners by
the Boy Scouts of America. Teaching self-reliance, citizenship training and physical
fitness. Website:

1412-018 - Boys and Girls Clubs of Coastal Carolina
To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who needs us most, to realize
their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Website:

1414-019 - Carteret Cty. Domestic Violence Program
Provides supportive services and shelter to victims of domestic violence as they work to
obtain non-violence and self sufficiency for themselves and future generations. Website:

1412-020 - Coastal Women's Shelter
Provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence and their children so
that they may live free from violence and become self-sufficient. Website:

1412-021 - Girl Scouts, NC Coastal Pines, Coastal Carolina
Serving 41,000 members in 41 counties, Girl Scouts-NC Coastal Pines builds girls of
courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Website:


1413-000 - United Way of Cumberland Cty.
More than a fundraising organization. We bring together community resources,
volunteers, and organizations to target and resolve critical issues affecting our
community. Website:

1413-004 - Better Health of Cumberland Cty.
Bridges the gap in healthcare for low-income, underinsured individuals by providing
diabetic management services, financial assistance for prescriptions, medical equipment
loans, and information and referrals. Website:

1413-005 - Boys & Girls Clubs of Cumberland Cty.
Provide youth programs based on six Core Areas: Education & Career Development;
Health & Life Skills; Character & Leadership Development; Sports, Fitness, &
Recreation; the Arts; and Gang Prevention. Website:

1413-011 - CareNet of North Carolina
Provides faith-integrated mental health and relational education services to community
regardless of the client's ability to pay. Website:

1413-025 - Cumberland Cty. CommuniCare
Provides family strengthening, delinquency/drug/alcohol treatment, gang prevention &
intervention, and positive mentoring youth development services for at-risk youth ages 6-
17. Website:

1413-009 - Cumberland Cty. Coordinating Council on Older Adults
Provides quality supportive services to persons 60 and older, enabling them to maintain
their independence and self-reliance. Website:

1413-012 - Fayetteville Urban Ministry
Crisis assistance with food, clothing and utilities. Performs emergency home repairs,
addresses adult literacy. Provides intervention & mentoring to court referred and at-risk
youth. Website:

1413-014 - Girl Scouts, NC Coastal Pines
Pre-eminent leadership organization dedicated to girls and their development-builds girls
of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Website:

1413-015 - Habitat For Humanity, Fayetteville Area
Utilizes the labor of volunteers and future homeowners to build homes that are sold to
low-income families with 0% interest mortgages and no profit. Website:

1413-030 - Myrover-Reese Fellowship Homes
Provides a structured, sheltered living arrangement for substance abusers, which
promotes sobriety and recovery. Facilitates transition back into the community.

1413-021 - Salvation Army
Providing shelter, food, clothing and financial assistance to those in need without
discrimination in the name of Jesus Christ. Website:

1413-026 - Southeastern NC Radio Reading Service
Act as the talking newspaper and magazine for the vision and print impaired. Broadcasts
within 60-mile radius of the Fayetteville State University radio station. Website:

1413-008 - Vision Resource Center
Provides recreational, educational and social programs designed to address the needs of
visually impaired adults and children. Website:


1414-000 - United Way of Davidson Cty.
Supports 31 partner agencies in Davidson County who help children, families, older
adults, and those with special needs. Website:

1414-004 - Boy Scouts of America, Old North State Council, Davidson Cty.
To serve others by instilling values in young people and to prepare them to make ethical
choices and achieve their full potential. Website:

1414-005 - Davidson Medical Ministries Clinic
Provides medical, dental and pharmacy services to uninsured residents of Davidson
County. Website:
1414-020 - Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
The world's preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls ages 5-17, which builds
girls of courage, confidence and character. Website:

1414-021 - Hospice of Davidson Cty.
Providing medical, social, emotional and spiritual services to enrich the quality of life for
over 400 terminally ill patients and their families. Website:

1414-022 - Pastors Pantry
Providing monthly groceries for senior adults in financial need in Davidson County;
serving 425 clients with dignity and increasing community awareness of hunger.

1414-023 - Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs of Davidson Cty.
To provide low cost after school and summer day camp programs for children 6-18 years
of age. Website:


1415-000 - Davie Cty. United Way
Advances the common good of Davie County by uniting the resources of the community
to identify and address the most pressing human needs. This is achieved through direct
programs facilitated by DCUW, and grants made to partner agencies in three areas: C

1419-000 - United Way of Forsyth Cty.
Leads in uniting the community to bring together resources to identify and effectively
address our community’s most vital human needs. Website:

1419-075 - American Red Cross, Northwest NC Chapter
Providing relief to victims of disasters and helping people prevent, prepare for and
respond to emergencies; support to military families, first aid/CPR training, blood drives.

1419-054 - Bethesda Center for the Homeless
Provides day and night shelter for homeless adult men and women. Bethesda Center also
provides case management services. Website:

1419-020 - Big Brothers Big Sisters
Exists to empower children to reach their full potential by recruiting, developing and
training mentors to provide professionally supported one-on-one relationships. Website:

1419-021 - Boy Scouts of America, Old Hickory Council
Serves our youth with an effective program which will build character, self esteem,
teamwork and will enable them to achieve their full potential. Website:

1419-012 - Cancer Services
Providing comprehensive financial, physical, social and informational support to cancer
patients and their families. Screening and early detection programs also provided
throughout the community. Website:

1419-014 - Children's Center for the Physically Disabled
Collaborating between WS/FC Schools and United Way, provides education and therapy
for children with physical disabilities and other health impairments. Website:

1419-019 - Experiment in Self-Reliance
Empowers people to become economically and socially self-sufficient through
developing skills, building assets, obtaining education and housing, enhancing strengths,
and overcoming barriers to success. Website:


1455-000 - United Way of Franklin Cty.
Through a grant application process, we fund programs and services that address critical
needs of county residents in the areas of health, education, and self-sufficiency. Website:


1420-000 - United Way of Gaston Cty.
We fund 26 partner agencies that provide 54 programs addressing health and human
service needs. We also provide I&R services through 2-1-1. Website:

1420-012 - Girl Scouts, Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
The world's preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls ages 5-17, which builds
girls of courage, confidence and character. Website:

1420-014 - Hospice of Gaston Cty.
Provides interdisciplinary care for individuals and families facing terminal illness.
Focusing on physical and emotional care and symptom management for symptoms
related to terminal illness. Website:


1421-000 - Granville Cty. United Way
Supports 12 local health and human service programs by providing leadership and
resources to those in need in our community. Website:


1422-000 - United Way of Greater Greensboro
Provides community care through three focus areas: Growing Successful Kids, Helping
People Help Themselves, and Caring for Everyone's Health. Website:

1422-001 - Adult Center for Enrichment
Enriching the lives of frail and impaired adults and their families through adult day
services, respite and education. Website:

1422-003 - American Red Cross, Greensboro Chapter
A humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its congressional charter
and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide
relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to e

1422-050 - ARC of Greensboro
An established nonprofit resource providing advocacy, support services, education and
outreach to more than 11,000 people living in Greater Greensboro with intellectual and
developmental disabilities. Website:

1422-006 - Bell House
Providing program and services to physically disabled adults age eighteen or older,
whose primary disabilities are orthopedic or neurological. Website:

1422-029 - Black Child Development Institute of Greensboro
A non-profit, membership organization dedicated to improving and protecting the quality
of life of children, youth and families in the Greater Greensboro community. Website:

1422-014 - Boy Scouts of America, Old North State Council, Greater Greensboro
To serve others by instilling values in young people and to prepare them to make ethical
choices and achieve their full potential. Website:

1422-078 - Children's Home Society of North Carolina
Provides comprehensive birth parent counseling, foster care, adoption, pre and post
adoption services to children and families throughout North Carolina. Website:

1422-008 - Family Service of the Piedmont, Greater Greensboro
Empowers individuals and families to restore hope, achieve stability and thrive through
quality support services, advocacy and education. Website:

1422-018 - Girls Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
The world's preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls ages 5-17, which builds
girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Website:

1422-010 - Greensboro Cerebral Palsy Assn.
Provides educational and therapy services to infants/toddlers with severe developmental
delays. (Housed at Gateway Education Center). Website:

1422-012 - Hospice at Greensboro
Enhances quality of life by providing expert interdisciplinary care, consultation, support
and education for those affected by serious illness, death or grief. Website:

1422-013 - Mental Health Assn. in Greensboro
Provides information and referral, community education, peer led support groups, peer
coaching/mentoring, and recovery education classes in the community. Website:

1422-015 - One Step Further
Providing adult sentencing, mediation and day reporting services; also providing youth
mediation, community service/restitution, teen court, and life skills/conflict resolution
programs. Website:

1422-016 - Piedmont Health Services & Sickle Cell Agency
Provides case management/support services to individuals impacted by sickle cell disease
and prevention education to persons at risk of HIV/AIDS. Website:

1422-036 - Regional Child Care Resources & Referral
Services include child care information to parents, providers and employers; counseling
and referrals to child care programs; technical assistance and training for child care
providers; and community education. Website:

1422-081 - Salvation Army
Providing emergency and transitional housing, feeding, job search, life skills training,
transportation, utility/rent assistance, food and case management for the needy. Website:

1422-080 - Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club
Operating six clubs and one school program that offer a safe place for youth to realize
their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Website:

1422-021 - Senior Resources of Guilford, Greater Greensboro
Private, non profit organization dedicated to providing a continuum of quality services
and enriching opportunities, which support the independent lives of older adults in
Guilford County Website:

1422-082 - Summit House of the Piedmont
Breaks the cycle of crime, poverty, and substance abuse by intervening in and
strengthening the lives of non-violent female offenders and their children. Website:

1422-019 - Triad Health Project, Greater Greensboro
Provides comprehensive HIV/AIDS case management; emotional support; financial
assistance; transportation; medical and community resource referrals; HIV prevention
education and testing. Website:

1422-038 - Women's Resource Center of Greensboro
Providing community resource counseling, job training, free attorney hotline, and
educational workshops that promote self-esteem and healthy lifestyles for community
women. Website:

1422-037 - YMCA of Greensboro
We provide aquatics and fitness programs for all ages, childcare, resident camps, teen
leadership, and youth/adult sports programs to the residents of Guilford County.


1423-000 - United Way of Greater High Point
Organization committed to building strong communities by providing assistance to
children and families, the elderly and those in crisis. Also serves as community convener
and facilitator. Website:

1423-001 - Alcohol and Drug Services of Guilford
Provides prevention, education, and treatment services for addiction and
substance abuse, as well as drug testing services. Website:

1423-060 - Archdale Victim Advocacy Center
Providing domestic violence and sexual assault services to adults and children. Services
include a 24/7 crisis line, assistance with protective orders, support groups, shelter, etc.

1423-004 - Boy Scouts of America, Old North State Council
To serve others by instilling values in young people and to prepare them to make ethical
choices and achieve their full potential. Website:

1423-061 - Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point
Organization provides a positive and safe place for youth ages 6-18 from disadvantaged
circumstances to go afterschool and summer. Website:

1423-062 - Communities In Schools of High Point
Drop Out Prevention program whose mission is to champion the connection of
community resources to the schools to help students stay in school, be successful in
school and prepare for life. Website:

1423-006 - Family Service of the Piedmont
Empowers individuals and families to restore hope, achieve stability and thrive through
quality support services, advocacy and education. Website:

1423-008 - Hospice of the Piedmont
Expert medical care for pain/symptom management, and emotional and spiritual support
tailored to patient's needs and wishes; Home Care, Hospice Home, Kids Path, Grief
Counseling. Website:

1423-021 - One Step Further
Provides sentencing, mediation, and day reporting services, and youth mediation,
community service/restitution, teen court, life skills, and parenting programs. Website:

1423-016 - Salvation Army
Provides assistance in the form of utility and rental assistance, food baskets, shelter and
transitional living. The Salvation Army provides the tools necessary for individuals to
become self-sufficient. Website:

1423-014 - Senior Resources of Guilford
Private, non-profit organization dedicated to providing a continuum of quality services
and enriching opportunities, which support the independent lives of older adults in
Guilford County. Website:

1423-025 - Triad Health Project
Provides practical and emotional support to individuals infected and affected by
HIV/AIDS. Website:


1475-000 - United Way of the Greater Triangle
Engages in community problem solving and information and referral services. Maintains
an extensive agency network that provides local services to solve local problems.

1475-003 - American Red Cross, Central NC Chapter
Provides relief to victims of disaster and helping people prevent, prepare for and respond
to emergencies. Website:

1475-038 - American Red Cross, Orange Cty. Chapter
A humanitarian organization led by volunteers, providing relief to victims of disaster and
helping people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. Website:

1475-004 - American Red Cross, Triangle Area
Provide blood to local hospitals, first aid and CPR training, financial assistance to
families misplaced after a disaster and emergency military messaging. Website:

1475-006 - Arc of Orange Cty.
Works with and for people who have or are at risk for developmental disabilities to
promote full participation in areas of life in our community. Website:

1475-063 - Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle
The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle is to help children reach their
potential through professionally supported, one-t0-one mentoring relationships. Website:

1475-080 - Boys & Girls Clubs of Johnston Cty.-Selma Unit
The Clubs serve disadvantaged youth ages 6-14 offering diversified and constructive
alternatives to the streets, with opportunities for educational, vocational, social, health,
and moral development Website:

1475-008 - Boys and Girls Club of Wake Cty.
Operates 7 year round facilities and a summer day camp that instills in young people a
sense of belonging, usefulness and influence. Website:

1475-009 - Chapel Hill-Carrboro Meals On Wheels
Provides a hot noon day meal, Monday-Friday, delivered by volunteers to eligible
homebound persons requesting service in Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Southern Orange
County. Website:

1475-010 - Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA
Provides health enhancement, fitness and recreational opportunities for all in the
community regardless of age, gender, religion, nationality or sexual orientation. Website:
1475-015 - Community Partnerships
Community based services for people with disabilities and at-risk youth, including early
intervention, supported employment, case management, and brain injury support services.

1475-016 - Dispute Settlement Center
We help individuals and groups, adult and youth, resolve conflict in effective and
constructive ways through interventions (mediation, conciliation, group facilitation) and
skills-building training. Website:

1475-020 - Durham Crisis Response Center
DCRC works to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, support, education,
and prevention. Services include 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, legal advocacy,
counseling. Spanish spoken. Website:

1475-019 - Durham Literacy Center
Provides one on one and group instruction in literacy, GED preparation and ESOL to
adults and teens; empowers 500+ students annually. Website:

1475-091 - Durham Nursery & Preschool
Providing childcare since 1937 at two conveniently located four star quality centers in
Durham, which serves children ages six weeks to five years. Website:

1475-025 - Fuquay-Varina Youth Initiative
Grassroots community initiative providing after school options for middle school-aged
youth enhancing positive youth development through academic support, social,
recreation, life skills and service learning. Website:

1475-026 - Genesis Home
Works to end homelessness for families with children and for young adults by providing
housing and supportive services to foster independence. Website:

1475-041 - Girl Scouts, NC Coastal Pines
Serving 41,000 members in 41 counties, Girl Scouts - NC Coastal Pines builds girls of
courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Website:

1475-072 - Harbor, Inc.
To provide help, hope and safety to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and
displaced homemakers through education, awareness and direct services. Website:

1475-027 - Haven House Services
Provides community based programs that help 3000+ at-risk youth and their families,
who are in crisis or otherwise in need of assistance. Website:

1475-053 - Hilltop Home
Residential care of severe, profound, mentally handicapped young, medically fragile
children. Physical, occupational, speech, aquatic therapy compliments our nursing,
medical educational services. Website:

1475-028 - Hospice of Wake Cty.
Provides interdisciplinary care for persons with life-limiting illnesses and their
caregivers. HOWC serves persons in Wake County and its contiguous counties.

1475-029 - Inter-Faith Council For Social Services
With help from community volunteers, IFC fights homelessness, hunger and poverty -
helping people become self-sufficient by providing shelter, food, direct support, medical
services and advocacy. Website:

1475-030 - Inter-Faith Food Shuttle
A non-traditional food bank, we create systems that address food insecurity and promote
access to wholesome nutritious food. Website:

1475-081 - Johnston Cty. Youth Services (JCYS)
Provide education, life skills, social skills, and vocational training to youthful offenders
and potential offenders, while improving their family relationship. Website:

1475-073 - Johnston-Lee-Harnett Community Action
A private non-profit addressing the needs of low-income persons through grant funds and
community support to promote self-sufficiency. Website:

1475-033 - Learning Together
Provides inclusive, individualized and group developmental, educational, and mental
health services to children with and without disabilities ages birth to five years and their
families. Website:

1475-035 - Meals On Wheels, Wake Cty.
Provides a daily, home-delivered, nutritious meal and a visit to over 1,400 homebound
elderly and other persons with disabilities. Website:

1475-082 - OE Enterprises
We create opportunities for personal and professional growth by providing vocational
evaluation, job placement and training for people who have disabilities and employment
barriers. Website:

1475-037 - Orange Congregations In Mission
An ecumenical ministry of about 50 congregations providing emergency services to the
poor, including food, clothing and financial assistance for housing, utilities and
medication. Website:

1475-040 - Orange Cty. Rape Crisis Center
Works to stop sexual violence through a 24-hour crisis line, support groups, in-house
therapy and community education programs Website:

1475-044 - Resources for Seniors
Provides home and community based services so that disabled and senior adults can
maximize their independence for as long as possible while remaining in their homes.

1475-045 - Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, Durham
Provides a safe place for children in Durham's inner city while offering character
building, academic, music, art, and athletic Programs. Website:

1475-046 - Salvation Army, Durham
Offers food, clothing, spiritual counsel, and financial assistance to people in crisis, plus
training to help them identify and attain life goals. Website:

1475-064 - Scarborough Nursery School
A sliding scale fee, allows affordable quality childcare suitable for physical, mental and
social growth so children may obtain their maximum potential in preschool. Website:

1475-074 - Smithfield Rescue Mission
Providing temporary shelter to the homeless, including lodging, food, clothing and
hygiene accessories with the purpose of aiding them to become self supporting citizens

1475-092 - Southlight
Provides evidence-based, substance abuse/co-occurring disorders prevention, education
and treatment to adolescents and adults, and offers court ordered services, transitional
housing and HIV/STD outreach. Website:

1475-048 - Tammy Lynn Memorial Fndn.
For 40 years, we offer educational, residential, and family support services to nearly 400
area children and adults with special needs. Website:

1475-018 - Threshold
A nonresidential rehabilitation program serving Durham's adults who experience a
serious mental illness. A work-ordered day, social/recreational, educational and
employment programs are offered. Website:
1475-049 - Triangle Family Services
Among the Triangle's premier providers of family safety, emergency housing, financial
stability, and mental health services for families in crisis. Website:

1475-043 - Triangle Radio Reading Service
Provides access to local news and information from the print media over special radio
frequency to people who can no longer read, hold or comprehend standard print.

1475-050 - Urban Ministries of Wake Cty.
Provides basic needs for food, shelter, financial assistance and comprehensive primary
medical care and pharmacy for uninsured adults. Website:

1475-052 - Volunteers For Youth
A delinquency prevention program providing one-on-one mentoring, community service
and teen court programs to at-risk youth in Orange County, NC Website:

1475-054 - Wake Enterprises
Providing vocational training and supported employment to people with disabilities.

1475-055 - Wake Teen Medical Services
Provides teen focused developmentally appropriate comprehensive primary medical care,
preventive screenings, family and individual therapy. Also provides community
education about adolescent health issues. Website:

1475-056 - White Plains Children's Center
Provides inclusive preschool and childcare services for children ages 1-5 with and
without disabilities in a high quality environment. Website:

1475-058 - Women in Action
Operates a mediation program that provides mediation, training, and facilitation services
to help people resolve conflicts peacefully through cooperation and understanding

1475-057 - Women's Center
The Women's Center partners with women and girls to build their knowledge, skills and
confidence to become self sufficient. Website:

1475-059 - Women's Center of Wake Cty.
Provides basic needs, housing services, supportive services and counseling for women
and children, primarily targeting those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
1475-061 - YMCA of the Triangle Area
With fourteen locations, the YMCA emphasizes the development of the whole person-
spirit, mind and body, through programs anchored in character and leadership
development. Website:

1475-062 - YWCA of the Greater Triangle
Working to eliminate racism and empower women in the areas of health and wellness,
economics and leadership. Website:


1456-000 - United Way of Haywood Cty.
It is our mission to improve the quality of life in Haywood County by uniting community
volunteer funding efforts. Website:


1425-000 - United Way of Henderson Cty.
Provides financial support to 44 community programs and services positively impacting
30,000 lives annually. Website:


1449-000 - High Country United Way
A community-based organization that develops human and financial resources to improve
the quality of life in Avery and Watauga Counties. Website:

1449-008 - American Red Cross, Watauga Cty. Chapter
Helping people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies by providing training,
shelter, food, counseling, etc. Website:

1449-030 - Avery Cty. Habitat for Humanity
Since 1993 working in partnership with God and people from all walks of life to build
and renovate affordable housing. Website:

1449-004 - Boy Scouts of America, Old Hickory Council, Watauga
Serves our youth with an effective program which will build character, self esteem,
teamwork and will enable them to achieve their full potential. Website:

1449-031 - Children's Playhouse
Provides families with educational play and parenting support in 8,000 visits per year.
Grants free memberships to needy families and space for early intervention services.
1449-027 - High Country Women's Fund
Provides a support system for women to become self-sufficient in areas of health, safety,
education, family issues and financial responsibility. Website:

1449-006 - Hospitality House, WeCAN
A crisis intervention agency which provides shelter and services to the homeless,
operates the community soup kitchen and administers the local crisis assistance program.

1449-009 - Hunger and Health Coalition
Provides food and medication assistance to low income residents of Watauga, Ashe and
Avery Counties. Website:

1449-002 - OASIS, Inc.
Provides comprehensive emergency shelter, case management, transitional housing and
advocacy for victims and survivors of sexual assault. Website:

1449-028 - Sugar Grove Developmental Day School
A 5-star nonprofit school, provides quality daycare for sliding scale rates, for infants (8
weeks) to kindergarten. Website:

1449-014 - W.A.M.Y. Community Action
Providing services, awareness, solutions, and empowerment to people from
disadvantaged circumstances in Watauga, Avery, Mitchell and Yancey counties by
offering diverse programs that foster self-reliance. Website:

1449-018 - Western Youth Network
Provides mentoring, after school, summer and substance abuse prevention services for
youth in the High Country. Website:


1427-000 - United Way of Iredell Cty.
A locally governed volunteer organization dedicated to planning, funding, and
monitoring health & human services responsive to our community's needs. Website:

1427-005 - Fifth Street Ministries
food, clothing, medical care, case management, and job training for homeless individuals
and families. Shelter, counseling, and advocacy to victims of DV and/or SA. Website:

1431-000 - Lenoir/Greene United Way
Providing local leadership and support to assist Lenoir and Greene Counties in building
healthier, safer, and more caring communities through financial and collaborative
support. Website:


1457-000 - United Way of Lincoln Cty.
Conducts an annual fundraising campaign whereby local non-profit agencies are funded,
so that the needs of the community are met. Website:


1432-000 - Martin Cty. United Way
Shall mobilize the community on behalf of worthy education, health, and human service
organizations; to develop resources and achieve solutions for the most urgent needs.

1433-000 - United Way of Moore Cty.
Through local partnerships we provide support for essential human service programs,
including 2-1-1 information and referral to the Moore County community. Website:

1433-002 - Salvation Army
Providing shelter, food, clothing and financial assistance to those in need without
discrimination in the name of Jesus Christ. Website:


1459-000 - United Way of Onslow Cty.
Supports 35 community programs within 14 partner agencies in Onslow County. Our
community impact areas are: education, income, and health. Website:


1437-000 - United Way of Pitt Cty.
Supports high impact initiatives that address our community's most pressing needs.
Through strategic investments and local collaborative, we produce data-driven results to
measure success. Website:

1437-054 - American Red Cross, Pitt Cty. Chapter
Provides disaster relief , health and safety training, and communications to Armed Forces
members for Pitt, Martin, and Bertie Counties. Website:

1437-006 - Boys and Girls Clubs of Pitt Cty.
To develop youth of community by providing quality programs of education, learning,
and interaction with others. To instill character and personal values in our youth.

1437-021 - Greenville Community Shelters
Providing shelter and supportive services to the homeless population including:
emergency shelter, transitional housing, permanent housing and emergency financial aid
to prevent homelessness. Website:

1437-053 - Mediation Center of Eastern North Carolina
Provides mediation services in Eastern NC. Includes assistance to area schools, courts,
and the communities of Eastern NC. Website:

1437-050 - Pitt Cty. Council on Aging
Commitment to improve the quality of life for older Americans through Advocacy,
Services, Life Enrichment Activities, and Friendship. Website:

1437-051 - REAL Crisis Intervention
Provides a comprehensive crisis intervention program 24 hours a day. Services include
confidential counseling, Pitt Resource Connection (I & R), Suicide Hotline, Rape Crisis
Services, and Dial-A-Teen to all citizens. Website:


1438-000 - United Way of Randolph Cty.
Provides leadership to raise funds and to partner with others to build a stronger
community through Education, Income & Health. Website:

1438-013 - Archdale Victim Advocacy Center
Providing domestic violence and sexual assault services to adults and children. Services
include a 24/7 crisis line, assistance with protective orders, support groups, shelter, etc.

1438-007 - Boy Scouts of America, Old North State Council, Randolph Cty.
To serve others by instilling values in young people and to prepare them to make ethical
choices and achieve their full potential. Website:

1438-010 - Christians United Outreach Center
Christians United Outreach Center - Providing basic needs for families in financial crisis,
homeless shelter and rx assistance for indigent population, touching lives over 23,000
times yearly. Website:

1441-000 - United Way of Robeson Cty.
A volunteer driven organization dedicated to solving the most pressing health & human
service needs by helping people in Robeson County who need help the most. Website:

1441-004 - Southeastern Family Violence Center
Provides direct crisis support and advocacy services to over 1300 adult and child victims
of domestic violence and abuse each year. Website:


1435-000 - United Way Tar River Region
Addresses needs in the community by improving quality of life for the local citizens
through fundraising, distribution of charitable dollars. Website:


1442-000 - Rowan Cty. United Way
A collection of unselfish individuals who dedicate their time and talents, enabling us to
provide much needed health & human services to the citizens of Rowan County.


1443-000 - United Way of Rutherford Cty.
Organization committed to building strong community by providing assistance to local
health and human service agencies who serve those in need. Provides information and
referral services. Website:

1443-001 - American Red Cross, Rutherford Cty. Chapter
Led by millions of volunteers across the world, Red Cross helps people prevent, prepare
for, and respond to emergencies. Website:

1443-002 - Boy Scouts of America, Piedmont Council
A comprehensive youth and character development organization serving eleven western
North Carolina counties. Our mission includes ethical decision making and leadership
training. Website:

1443-020 - Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
The world's preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls ages 5-7, which builds girls
of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Website:

1443-007 - Hospice of Rutherford Cty.
Seeks to meet the needs of dying persons and their families. The terminally ill are treated
with compassion in the dimensions of medical, social and spiritual guidance. Website:

1443-013 - South Mountain Christian Youth Camp
Camp creates a teachable atmosphere for children. Special activities, games and non-
competitive sports. Children learn to function as individuals, in families, school and
group settings. Website:


1444-000 - United Way of Sampson Cty., Inc.
Improving the quality of life in Sampson County by funding local human service
agencies; reaching one in three residents each year. Website:


1460-000 - United Way of Scotland Cty.
Provides I&R Service; conducts an annual campaign and distributes funds to qualifying
organizations to improve the local quality of life. Website:


1480-000 - United Fund of Surry
To support human service needs in Surry county by fundraising for member agencies.


1450-000 - United Way of Wayne Cty.
Supports a network of 23 local programs providing services to our youth, the elderly, the
abused, victims of disaster, to make positive changes in their lives. Website:

1450-001 - American Red Cross, Wayne Cty. Chapter
Delivers military communications, provide assistance to all disaster victims. Provides
health, safety and disaster education to alleviate human suffering. Coordinates blood
drives to meet needs. Website:

1450-002 - Boy Scouts of America, Tuscarora Council, Wayne Cty.
The world’s largest and oldest character-building youth organization. The Tuscarora
Council (organized in 1923) currently serves over 7,000 registered youth and adult
volunteers. Website:

1450-004 - Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne Cty.
The Clubs serve disadvantaged youth ages 6-18, offering diversified and constructive
alternatives to the streets, with opportunities for educational, vocational, social, health
and moral development. Website:

1450-018 - Communities In Schools of Wayne Cty.
We champion the connection of needed community resources with schools to help young
people successfully learn, stay in school, and prepare for life. Website:

1450-005 - Girl Scouts, North Carolina Coastal Pines
Pre-eminent leadership organization dedicated to girls’ healthy development - Girl
Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better
place. Website:

1450-020 - Salvation Army, Goldsboro
Provides assistance with basic necessities of life (i.e.: rent, utilities, food, clothing, and
assistance with prescription medications-- limited to life sustaining medications) for
persons in crisis. Website:

1450-007 - WAGES
Helping people improve their quality of life & health & gain independence through
programs including First Steps parenting program and Nutrition Program for Elderly

1450-013 - Wayne Uplift Resource Assn.
Resource Center that empowers families by providing a comprehensive, developmental
approach to family services to include Parents Anonymous support groups and domestic
violence services. 919-735-4262 Website:


1452-000 - United Way of Wilkes Cty.
Assists human services agencies reach their full potential in serving the needs of our
citizens through fundraising/administrative support Website:

1452-005 - Child Abuse Prevention Team
Protecting children and strengthening families through prevention education, parent
training, supervised visitation, family services and professional development. Website:

1452-020 - Old Hickory Boy Scouts
Serves our youth with an effective program which will build character, self esteem,
teamwork and will enable them to achieve their full potential Website:

1452-040 - SAFE
Serving all those affected by domestic and sexual violence; offering comprehensive
intervention services to victims and survivors while promoting prevention through
awareness education. Website:

1452-036 - Samaritan Christian Ministry of Wilkes
Our mission is to "feed the hungry in Wilkes County." Four innovative food programs
provide assistance 6 days a week throughout the year. Website:

1452-041 - Wilkes Adult Developmental Activity Program
Provide the necessary services and supports to enable adults with developmental
disabilities to become full participating members of our community. Website:

1452-032 - Wilkes Senior Citizens Council
Providing assisted transportation to person sixty and older in Wilkes. Transport/assist
seniors with special needs such as visually impaired or physically challenged. Website:


1453-000 - United Way of Wilson Cty.
Supports a network of local human-service agencies and organizations working year-
round to bring about positive changes, networking agencies during disasters to help those
in need Website:


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