Member Directory

Our Members are investing in themselves today for a stronger future tomorrow. They've demonstrated their commitment to effective leadership, management, and collaboration by becoming Members. We invite your organization to participate in the Center, too. Use the search options below to find a Member organization.
Mission:

To conduct, compile and disseminate research that improves access of African Americans to education and information abut teaching and learning.

Location:
Durham County
NTEE Group:
Mission:

The Melchor Quick Meeting House (MQMH) is a place for spiritual, cultural, civic, and educational enrichment. Guided by our commitment to self-empowerment, the mission of AAERO is to improve access of African Americans to education and information about teaching and learning. AAERO, which was founded in 1999, and MQMH are now merged as one organization.

Location:
Cumberland County
African Revival Fellowship
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Mission:

African Revival Fellowship exists to make Christ known among African ethnic groups in the US and to mobilize the African diaspora for the spiritual harvest through works of compassion and grace.

Location:
Wake County
Mission:

To collect, reserve and share history of African-American lives in and around Surry County

Location:
Surry County
Mission:

OUR MISSION
To improve the lives and health of those affected by HIV/AIDS while preventing transmission through education and testing.

OUR VISION
Eliminating stigma and barriers to care to create a future free of HIV.

Location:
Catawba County
Mission:

To operate world-class museum to tell the comprehensive story of U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations Forces, their genesis, and their intertwined evolvement since 1940.

Location:
Cumberland County
AKWA IBOM STATE ASSOC - RESEARCH TRIANGLE
Mission:

Charitable and educational purpose, including giving to entities qualifying as tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of IRS code, or future
federal tax code, in order to educate and preserve culture of indigenes people of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria

Location:
Wake County
Mission:

The Alamance Battlegrounds Friends, Inc is a North Carolina nonprofit corporation formed under the North Carolina Nonprofit Corporation Act. The mission of the Alamance Battleground Friends, Inc. is to support, enhance, and promote education, interpretation, and preservation at the Alamance Battleground Historic Site. Alamance Battleground Friends, Inc. carries out this mission by:
• providing support and guidance to the site coordinators
• securing financial donations and grants to support site programs, and
• seeking volunteers to actively participate in site programs.

Location:
Alamance County
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Mission:

To aid students with a demonstrated financial need in reaching their educational goals, while supporting the mission of ACC.

Location:
Alamance County