To provide educational services for children with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
Our mission is to cultivate and celebrate community resilience.
At Abundance NC we see a future in which North Carolina is made up of flourishing and resilient local communities, where people know their neighbors and depend on one another to meet their needs for healthy food, renewable energy and other resources, locally and sustainably. Our goal is to make it easy for people to live in harmony with nature and to become more free and self-sufficient, while at the same time being more connected to, and interdependent with, the people in their local communities. Strong resilient communities that are diverse and aware are the places we want to live.
The Mission of ACCESS of Wilmington is to develop recreational programs and partnerships throughout Southeastern North Carolina to facilitate inclusive activities for children, adult, and veterans with disabilities and their families; thus, positively impacting their health, wellness, and quality of life.
To preserve the guarantees of individual liberty found in the North Carolina Constitution and in the Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth, Fifteenth and Nineteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
To improve the education and economic opportunities, living environment, and general welfare of the people of Cumberland County.
To activate volunteers to help charitable causes around the Triangle area, NC.
To improve the quality of life for the residents of our communities through the integrated delivery of health, education, and human servcies.
Childhood Cancer Awareness and Advocacy
To provide support, respite and education to caregivers:affordable, quality day and treatment services enabling adults to remain in their communities.
To add value to our members by enhancing association management as a valid profession with a distinct body of knowledge, helping our members develop to their fullest potential and fostering recognition and respect of our profession by promoting the value and effectiveness of associations.