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The Wiedmann Bible Foundation’s mission is to artfully engage people with the Bible through artistic expressions, for all to experience it in new ways, transcending all languages.
It is our understanding that art provides a perfect tool to experience the Gospel. It shapes the imagination of faith communities and enables people to become engaged in the story of the Bible. The art of this visual narrative is such a tool, especially for those who prefer visual learning or are afraid to read the Bible. The foundation also wants to honor the legacy of Willy Wiedmann by publishing his masterpiece, the Wiedmann Bible, in all forms. We encourage people to do as he did: create greatness with the talents you have been given, even if it seems impossible! The Foundation will have tours within the country and worldwide, where people can gather and have the opportunity to experience the visual narrative of the Holy Scriptures as well as worship and enjoy God’s word in pictures. Future exhibitions are planned, i.e., in Museums, Town Halls, Stadiums, Concert Halls, and all venues that are helpful to fulfill its mission and its vision. As well as a Wiedmann Bible in English and other languages.
Finally, we want to build our own cultural center, featuring a Wiedmann Bible Museum, a Wiedmann Concert Hall, and a Wiedmann Theatre Stage.

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Wake County
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Wildacres Leadership Initiative trains, supports, and convenes a statewide network of leaders to take courageous action on North Carolina’s most pressing issues through civil dialogue and by engaging across differences to improve the lives of all North Carolinians. Our mission is to build individual and collective leadership that creates cultures of collaboration throughout the state. Our flagship program is the William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations. Both the direct goal and natural outgrowth of our work is to build relationships across lines of difference.

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Wake County
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Wilkes Recovery Revolution, Inc. is creating a community where recovery from addiction and co-occurring mental health is possible through; restoring hope, repairing lives, and rebuilding community.

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Wilkes County
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To make repairs and accessibilty upgrades for elderly, disabled, and other low income homeowners-making the home safer.

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New Hanover County
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VISION & MISSION: Hope Station envisions a future without hunger and homelessness in which daily access to affordable quality food and shelter for everyone contributes to the well-being and success of individuals and to the creation of a strong community.

Until this vision becomes a reality, Hope Station’s MISSION will be to serve persons in Wilson County, NC, by providing emergency food for families, shelter for those who are homeless and emergency financial assistance, while working to remove barriers to accessing affordable quality food and shelter.

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Wilson County
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To administer Smart Start funds throughout Wilson County by providing services.

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Wilson County
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The Winston-Salem Girls Chorus offers a joyful and empowering experience for girls and young women through vocal music education and artistic excellence in choral music performance.

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Forsyth County
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To provide learning, recources, and support that strengthens nonprofit organizations in Western North Carolina.

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Buncombe County
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The Wolfgang Wolff Foundation (WWF) is a recently formed 501c3 organization whose purpose is to preserve and promote the artwork and life story of Wolfgang Wolff.

The collection includes paintings, drawings, woodcuts / prints, jewelry, book illustrations and textile designs and has been exhibited internationally. The goal of the WWF is to display the work of Wolff as an independent museum as well as to integrate parts of the collection within other museums, most likely located in Western Europe, the U.S. and the Pacific Islands.

Wolfgang Wolff was a self-taught German artist. As a refugee of the Nazi regime living in exile in Tahiti (where he was later interned) Wolff documented the life and times of Tahiti during the 1930s and the war years through illustrated diaries and letters. In his paintings and woodcuts he interpreted Tahitian culture and landscape in a German Expressionist mode. From the 1950s to the 70s Wolff worked as a textile designer in Los Angeles. He was one of the originators of Polynesian fabric designs found in typical “Hawaiian” shirts.

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Buncombe County
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To maximize women's leadership in philanthropy by engaging and educating our members, increasing charitable contributions and strengthening communities through the impact of collective giving.

Location:
Mecklenburg County