To protects important open space--stream corridors, forests, wildlife habitat, farmland and natural areas and to help keep our region a healthy and vibrant place to live and work.
The mission of Triangle Native American Society is to promote and protect the identity of Native Americans living in the Triangle area.
The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center strengthens nonprofits and mobilizes volunteers throughout the greater Triangle area. We partner with more than 1,400 nonprofits and coordinate the largest volunteer database in the Triangle (www.handsontraingle.org). Through our Student Leadership programs we encourage student to make a difference --annually they serve more than 45,000 hours. We also engage corporate volunteers throughout our communities. Our goal is to raise awareness, increase engagement and impact local needs.
Triangle North Healthcare Foundation is a non-profit regional grant making organization that supports and invests in health & wellness initiatives in Vance, Warren, Franklin & Granville counties that will result in immediate and long-term improvement in the health status of the region.
Mission: To encourage, support, and invest in quality efforts that measurably improve health in the Triangle North Region.
To provide access to local news and information to the print impaired of the greater Triangle.
Triangle Weavers, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation organized in 1972 providing community outreach and shared learning experiences to those engaged in fiber arts. Its mission is to support fiber artists at every level of experience. Our membership includes over 240 members from beginning weavers to expert weavers and artisans. The Triangle Weavers Guild is a member of the Handweavers Guild of America.
Membership is open to anyone interested in weaving, color and dyeing, spinning, basketry, knitting, felting and surface design. General membership meetings feature educational programs given by noted speakers and textile artists, and these meetings are open to the public
To further education in classical ballet and to provide a repetory company for aspiring young dancers.
To strengthen communities in Western North Carolina with cultural, educational and environmental initiatives.
TROSA is an innovative, multi-year residential program that empowers people with substance use disorders to be productive, recovering individuals by providing comprehensive treatment, experiential vocational training, education, and continuing care.