To help youth of all backgrounds, with special concern for those from disadvantaged circumstances, develop the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders.
To inspire and enable all youth of Durham, particularly those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
To provide education, outreach, prevention, advocacy, and support services to all persons affected by brain injury, as well as the general public.
To help children and adults with physical disabilities and challenges, discover and build their confidence, self-esteem, and tenacity through sports.
To provide comprehensive and effective services to educate, equip and give hope back to individuals and families in our community in sponsorship and also Charities.
To implement activities that encourage improved school attendance by students in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools.
To provide residential summer camp experiences for five consecutive summers, follow-up enrichment activities, and mentoring for Charlotte-Mecklenburg public school students who have limited financial resources and demonstrate strong academic effort, leadership potential, and good citizenship.
To promote arts.
To eliminate illiteracy by offering free, private, one-on-one instruction for those who wish to improve their basic reading, writing, and English-speaking skills, and by providing free training for volunteers.