To invest in schools and organizations that work aggressively to ensure all students graduate from high school and continue on an intentional path toward college, career and life.
To improve the quality of life in Salisbury and its surrounding area by encouraging and supporting efforts by tax-exempt organizations and governmental agencies aimed at making Salisbury a better place for all people to live, work, and raise and educate children.
To publish "The Blotter," a free monthly art and literature magazine.
To operate a 10-acre botanical garden focused on Southern appalachian native plants.
To manage and program performing arts facilities.
To provide life skills, financial literacy and transitional housing for homeless working families with children 18 years of age and under.
To support projects that benefit Greensboro or Guilford County, North Carolina.
To advance the understanding of craft by encouraging and supporting research, scholarship and professional development.
The Center for Innovative Thinking, Inc. has been established to make products, technologies and training available to government units, public agencies, and community nonprofit service organizations to improve their own, their clients,’ and other associated persons’ strategic planning, problem-solving, and decision-making skills in the furtherance of their missions.