To promote the self-reliance of women by assessing needs, providing services and acting as a gateway to community resources.
Working Films use documentaries to advance solutions to climate change, dirty energy, economic inequality, and racial injustice. Our work seeds and supports grassroots organizing and coalition building. We position the right media at the right moment to make an impact.
For nearly two decades, Working Films has positioned documentaries to advance social justice and environmental protection. We work with grassroots groups and NGOs to enhance their programs, extend their reach, and move their missions forward. And we train and consult filmmakers to strengthen their community engagement. Together, we are using documentaries to reach critical audiences and move the dial toward meaningful progress on the biggest issues of our time.
To work for peace and justice through creativity and spirituality while addressing violence against women.
To reduce the rate of divorce and fatherlessness by educating singles, empowering the engaged, and making marriages work.
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
To cultivate and support young nonprofit professionals in the Triangle by fostering networking, skill-building, & resource-sharing.
Yokefellow Prison Ministry is an interdenominational, racially-diverse Christian ministry of reconciliation begun in 1969 (and incorporated in 1972), which includes both lay and clergy, male and female. Yokefellow is not focused on worship, preaching, teaching, counseling, or Bible study, but is a ministry of listening, sharing, caring, encouragement and support provided by community volunteers from the “outside” yoked in fellowship with those on the “inside” through the weekly small group meetings.