To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
To cultivate and support young nonprofit professionals in the Triangle by fostering networking, skill-building, & resource-sharing.
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.
To help the physically challenged and under-served improve their life with yoga.
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.
To provide instruments and intensive ensemble music instruction to low-income children.
To empower youth in partnership with adults to create community change, and to utilize the Youth Empowerment Model to empower youth in their local and state advocacy efforts.
To empower women and their families and eliminate racism.
To enhance the quality of life for the residents of North Carolina through five focus areas: community economic development; the environment; pre-collegiate education; social justice and equity; and democracy and civic engagement.