Provide people with disabilities quality trained service dogs.
Cape Fear is dedicated to assisting individuals to become full members of the community through goal development & skill acquisition, utilizing our person centered philosophy.
To fight illiteracy: helping adults build their reading, writing, math and English-speaking skills.
To be the innovative resource and advocate for real estate for our members and community.
CAPE FEAR REALTORS® HISTORY
Cape Fear REALTORS® (CFR) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) corporation that was created on June 2, 1924. It has grown tremendously in the past 90+ years. Presently, CFR serves more than 3,100+ REALTORS® in Southeastern North Carolina.
We strive to be the premier, innovative resource for technology, services, and information for REALTORS® in our region so that they may better serve their clients. The Association serves the interests of the public by:
Promoting private property rights.
Monitoring and proposing regulation and legislation to ensure the availability and affordability of insurance for both residential and commercial property owners
Work with the National Association of REALTORS®, the North Carolina Association of REALTORS® and the NC Real Estate Commission to promote ethically and legally sound representation for the consumer.
Our diverse membership is comprised of REALTORS® with the professional expertise to meet your real estate needs, whether it's your first home, a residential or commercial rental, or a commercial property for sale. Our REALTOR® Members adhere to a strict Code of Ethics, which maintains that a high standard of conduct will be met in all activities.
Perhaps the best-known feature is the operation of our Multiple Listing Service. You may visit our "Find A Home" section on our homepage for a comprehensive listing of real estate available for purchase or lease in the marketplace. Our Association works to provide its members with contracts and forms to ease the real estate transaction, ensuring that the rights of all parties are addressed. Should a dispute arise between our members and you, the Association has established procedures to conduct professional standards, arbitration and mediation hearings if the situation warrants.
Our membership stays abreast of the latest industry advances by completing advance education courses on a host of topics – from technology to standard contract writing.
REALTORS® in Wilmington, NC are an effective voice for real estate, protecting your right to own, transfer and use real property. Our effective legislative program benefits all property owners at all levels of government. As a result of this Association’s involvement in the legislative arena, property owners benefit from an environment that cherishes one of our inherent real property rights.
We are a powerful REALTOR® alliance working to protect and promote real property ownership and investment. We advocate by:
Speaking with one voice to:
- advance issues, public policies, and candidates that will build strong communities;
- promote a vibrant business environment
- protect the quality of life in our communities.
Promoting the value that a stable, sound, and dynamic real estate market brings to our communities.
Educating elected officials on how their decisions impact real property owners.
To serve the community by building awareness and philanthropic support for Cape Fear Valley Health as it provides compassionate, quality healthcare for all its patients.
To entertain and enlighten audiences in Raleigh, the Triangle region, and the state North Carolina, and beyond by performing world class professional ballet.
The mission of Carolina Border Collie Rescue is to rescue, rehabilitate and find suitable homes for Border Collie dogs.
To provide care management, disease management to improve health outcomes and reduce medicaid costs.
Community wealth building in the Carolinas through cooperative development, education & training.
Carolina Common Enterprise works for an economy in which all people participate and prosper. We help to develop new and expanding cooperatives through cultivating economic opportunities and connecting communities and resources to each other.
Bylaws Formal Mission Statement:
The specific objectives and purposes of this corporation shall be to assist individuals and communities, particularly those in low-income and socially disadvantaged areas, in the creation, expansion, and improvement of rural and community-based enterprises, particularly those that are cooperatively or mutually owned and governed. The corporation will advance its purpose through:
• Providing business education, technical assistance, organizational consulting, training, and support to these enterprises;
• Developing and disseminating education materials, processes, and curricula to improve the effectiveness and governance of cooperative businesses and advance public understanding of the significance of cooperative enterprise; and
• Developing and organizing sources of financial capital for rural and community-based enterprises.