The mission of Carolina Border Collie Rescue is to rescue, rehabilitate and find suitable homes for Border Collie dogs.
To produce professional style productions for our community at large including educational presentations while giving local talent ages 6 to 21 an opportunity to gain professional experience through working with established actors. directors, choreographers and/or composers from beyond the greater Western Carolina Region.
To provide care management, disease management to improve health outcomes and reduce medicaid costs.
To promote sustainable agriculture, to provide a forum for support and discussion of environmentally responsible agriculture, and to work toward a community supported by organically-grown farm products.
To provide a stimulating and rewarding social experience by promoting responsibility and self discipline, through music education, competitive performance and community engagement.
To facilitate locally initiated natural resource conservation and community development projects.
Environmental stewardship and the conservation of birds of prey, through education, research, and the rehabilitation of injured and orphan raptors.
The CRA is a nonprofit organization established and maintained by a community of people – multi-national corporations, small businesses, local government, state government agencies, and individuals across the Carolinas who are committed to waste reduction and recycling efforts. With over 300 member organizations (over 800 individuals), the CRA is ever growing and changing to benefit our members and the recycling industry.