The Volunteer Center strengthens our community by creating meaningful volunteer connections. We connect people, promote volunteerism, support nonprofits and build partnerships.
To support projects in North Carolina that are working to improve economic opportunities for disadvantaged individuals and communities and to improve race relations.
To invest in our community by making philanthropy and its benefits available to all.
To provide emergency assistance to families and individuals in crisis; and to develop programs that address the root causes of poverty in our county.
The Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts at the UNC School of the Arts is an arts service organization that serves as a bridge between campus and community by developing artist leaders, supporting creative careers and businesses, and engaging in creative placemaking. The Institute supports the exploration of new knowledge to cultivate leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators who can tackle complex challenges in the communities in which they live and work.
Thrive Pavilion Inc. administers Metaverse-based communities for older adults that provide group-based activities and events to improve all aspects of personal wellness and overcome the negative impacts of social isolation.
The specific objectives and purpose of this organization shall be to:
Arrange, promote, and conduct events in the metaverse where older adults socially engage with one another during physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, social, environmental, and vocational activities.
Sponsor, host and/or participate in real-life events and activities that promote the use of the metaverse to improve personal wellness and overcome the negative impacts of social isolation in older adults.
Facilitate, sponsor, and promote the creation of metaverse assets specifically designed to improve personal wellness and overcome the negative impacts of social isolation in older adults.
The purpose of this organization is to provide guidance and support to senior citizens and others who choose to stay at home as they face the complex array of health, personal, social, and home services that will become increasingly necessary as they age.
To improve the recognition, treatment, control, and understanding of tick-borne diseases in North Carolina.
To support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth by offering vital programs, fostering unconditional acceptance, and creating safe spaces for self-expression through leadership, community support and advocacy.