Families Moving Forward helps families in the crisis of homelessness find their
way home. They provide temporary housing, case management, skills education, and connection to
community resources to help parents and children thrive in stable homes.
The Carying Place teaches homeless families with children life skills for attaining independent living while providing short-term housing and support services to address their individual needs.
A Place at the Table Cafe provides community and good food for all, regardless of means. They strive to be a place that breaks walls and barriers between people of different economic class, generations, race, and spiritual backgrounds.
Living with Autism works to provide the highest quality of person-centered services to the individuals and families they serve. They enhance independence through life skills, vocational training, community integration, and recreational opportunities. They offer person-centered programs with individual and group support.
Ship Community Outreach builds relationships with and supports individuals experiencing severe poverty, hunger, and hopelessness in southeast Raleigh and beyond. They provide 3,000 people/month in Wake County with free groceries, clothing, and medical screenings; offer free employment classes for those impacted by gangs, and operate an initiative that helps trafficked women find freedom.
The Performance Learning Center is a small, non-traditional high school geared toward students who are not succeeding in a traditional school setting. The PLC creates a business-like learning environment where students complete assignments using an online computer-based curriculum with the assistance of licensed classroom teachers.
The Family Resource Center South Atlantic delivers effective and quality services for Wake, Durham, and surrounding communities providing prevention and intervention services to strengthen families and communities. FRCSA has solidified its standing as a dedicated leader by developing, implementing, and evaluating programs designed to help individuals and families achieve self-sufficiency.
Esteamed Coffee is a 501(c)(3) non-profit coffee shop in Cary, NC, that employs individuals with various disabilities, most of whom have never been given a meaningful employment opportunity. They strive to connect people in a purposeful, intentional community that enriches the lives of their employees and patrons through fellowship in a warm, welcoming environment.
TheGifted Arts is a youth elevation and performing arts organization that uplifts and artistically trains young people within a culture that values identity, purpose, leadership, and confidence. They strongly believe in the power of intention — that with racial and social justice and liberated black and brown communities, youth will magnify their personal power.
United Service Organization North Carolina supports military servicemen and servicewomen in the state of North Carolina. Eleven percent of active U.S. military forces call North Carolina home. With seven major military installations, North Carolina has the fourth largest demographic of active and reserve duty components in the country.
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