To strengthen Latino leadership, voice, and equity.
To preserve, acquire, and interpret our past, in order to make a better future.
To maintain and preserve The Burwell School Historic Site.
To educate in the social and material history of the plantation South, hands-on preservation technology, and African-American history.
To provide historic preservation advocacy and education for the Wilmington and Lower Cape Fear regions.
To provide quality services regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, culture, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status to reduce crimes of domestic violence and sexual assault in the communities of Hoke County.
To provide basic literacy through volunteers.
To provide children and adults with dignified and empowering opportunities for living with special emphasis on those individuals with varying degrees of mental retardation who may also have multiple disabilities in a positive environment of spiritual, physical, educational, social and emotional support.
To work with people to break the cycle of homelessness.