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.
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To optimize interdisciplinary care and outcomes for individuals with oral cleft and craniofacial conditions through education, research, advocacy, and improved team care.

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Orange County
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To build healthier lives free of cardiavascular diseases and stroke.

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Wake County
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To promote clinical herbalism as a viable profession.

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Buncombe County
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The Amy Mandel and Katina Rodis Fund supports social justice work that advances LGBTQ rights, forwards racial justice, and combats anti-Semitism on a global, national, and local scale.

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Buncombe County
Animal Adoption & Rescue Foundation
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Forsyth County
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To rescue, foster, provide care, and find good adoptive homes for stray/orphaned puppies and kittens.

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Guilford County
Annie's Hope Center for Growing and Healing
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Yadkin County
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To advocate for children prenatal to five years old in Anson County.

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Anson County
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To preserve our barns in history and in fact.

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Madison County
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In 2001, the camp formally reorganized itself as a non-profit organization under the name “The Appalachian Institute for Creative Learning.” As well as being able to pursue grant and scholarship money with the non-profit status, the new name reflected a different emphasis. There are many programs now that serve gifted children. But AICL is not merely a pre-college academic booster shot. Instead, what AICL does is to create an environment in which it’s safe to laugh and learn, to risk and fail, to experiment with something outside of one’s competence. We celebrate the life of the mind, but we’ve seen too many bright, interesting campers who don’t necessarily fit well in a traditional school model to limit ourselves to those who’ve been classified as “gifted.” Instead, we call our campers “motivated learners,” figuring anyone who shows up to take biology, math, or art in July is motivated.

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Outside of NC