The Women Veterans Support Services (WVSS) mission is to provide compassionate care to women veterans in times of crisis, ensure they receive the benefits to which they and their families are entitled, and connect them to community support. We also advocate on issues affecting women veterans. Our service is not only locally but beyond the local boundaries.
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.
To improve and enrich the personal and professional lives of women and their families through education, support services, networking and community resources.
The Women's Resource Center in Hickory, NC empowers women through workforce development, advocacy, enrichment programs and community partnerships.
To promote the self-reliance of women by assessing needs, providing services and acting as a gateway to community resources.
To provide consumer education, resources and referrals to improve the quality of child care in Forsyth County.
To promote awareness of the serious decline in the standards of care for seniors and those with disabilities, while providing nursing career awareness, caregiver training and support to the underrepresented. Say Y.E.S to knowledge, strength and compassion
Yesod Farm+Kitchen seeks collective liberation with the land through Jewish agriculture, mutual aid, and growing relationships across difference. We steward 16 acres of Tsalaguwetiyi (Cherokee) and Catawba homelands, 25 minutes from Asheville, NC. We embody Jewish ancestral wisdom by offering this land as a resource for collective nourishment and safety for those most impacted by systems of harm, namely BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ folks, and justice seekers. Yesod offers free and sliding scale retreat space, experiential education at the intersections of Judaism and agriculture, and free produce to people experiencing food insecurity.
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.
You Can Vote (YCV) works to ensure all eligible North Carolinians can vote to build long-term participation in our democracy. We register, educate, and mobilize voters through 1:1 conversations. Using community organizing, evidence-based best practices in voter engagement, low-literacy bilingual educational materials, and state of the art technology, we prepare people to vote and help them become lifelong voters.