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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Appreciate Change, Inc.’s mission is to partner with local schools, churches, and organizations to change the trajectory of girls and women to appreciate the power of CHANGE in their spirit, soul and body. With a community of supporters, we invest in local organizations who work to empower girls and women to create their own definition of what it means to appreciate oneself.

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Wake County
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To advance and promote the profession of prospect research through professional development and education among members.

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Forsyth County
Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community
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Forsyth County
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Nash County
Arkansas Nonprofit Alliance
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Mental health professionals dedicated to the healing power of the arts.

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Orange County
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To provide a junior high boarding/day school experience in which the simple rural lifestyle, small academic classes, extensive electives, a challenging outdoor program, daily work projects, consensus decision making, and an emphasis on a staff/student community make it particularly suited to the needs of early adolescence.

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Yancey County
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To build appreciation, participation, and support for the arts, sciences, history, and heritage in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.

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Mecklenburg County
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To provide grants, to educate, and support the culturally diverse art community in Cumberland County.

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Cumberland County
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To provide creative opportunities for children and adolescents who battle cancer and other life-threatening diseases and physical disabilities; to create opportunities for individuals, including college students and artists, to teach children and adolescents who battle life-threatening disease and physical disabilities; to educate the public and foster a clearer understanding of childhood illness and disease.

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Buncombe County