To enrich the lives of seniors; to support families caring for aging loved ones; to represent the community's commitment to its elders.
Child Care Services Association (CCSA) works to ensure affordable, accessible, high quality child care for all families through research, services and advocacy. We are an association of groups, individuals and volunteers committed to supporting the right of young children and their families to have the best possible life.
To promote and provide opportunities for individuals living with mental illnes to lead meaningful and productive lives in the community.
To cultivate opportnities, assets and communities that support the alleviation of homelessness and poverty. CEF provides matched savings accounts, micro-loans, and financial education to assist families insustaing transition out of homelessness.
To strengthen our community with permanently affordable housing opportunities.
Donera is a clearinghouse for environmental donations. Donera solicits funds from donors who are concerned about environmental issues, predominantly climate change. Donera's main communication channel with donors will be via social media.
Donera will research the best non-profits, measuring them with a series of performance metrics, and will and direct 100% of donated funds to those non-profits. Separately, Donera will solicit funds to cover its cost of operations.
To build connections, provide professional development, and promote excellence for North Carolina's community of environmental educators.
Every Tray Counts is dedicated to working with children, parents, communities, and interested participants within North Carolina School districts to engage in responsible purchasing and waste diversion practices. School lunches and cafeterias offer significant opportunities to improve children’s health and the environment with the simple steps of replacing non- compostable lunch room products and directing food waste and other compostables to compost facilities.
The Friends of Chapel Hill Public Library is dedicated to the support of the Chapel Hill Public Library. The Friends raise funds for the Library through the sale of books donated by the community, annual membership fees, and donations. Funds are used to enhance collections and provide support for a wide variety of Library programs and initiatives.
Friends is an association of persons interested in promoting the well-being of all older adults in Orange County by supporting the development and full use of the Robert and Pearl Seymour Center, currently located at 2551 Homestead Rd. Chapel Hill, NC 27516. Said organization exists for charitable and educational purposes to receive and provide financial support derived from memberships, gifts, endowments, bequests, grants, memorials, and fundraising projects for the facility, programs and other related activities which the Center offers.