The mission of The Diabetes Family Connection is to positively transform life with diabetes through the power of community. Our organization provides recreation-based programs focused on building confidence, optimism, and support for families affected by diabetes.
The purpose of the Abecedarian Education Foundation is to foster the lifelong success of future generations by supporting high quality adult-child interactions in the years before children enter formal schooling. AEF will assist organizations in the United States and around the world to plan, initiate and sustain the use of the Abecedarian Approach (2A).
To reach out to any persons in need, providing food, clothing, a hot bath, shelter and emotional support for a period of time.
Encouraging children's imaginations with hands on experiences and empowering them with positive outcomes.
WakeEd Partnership is a unique, strategic education nonprofit focused exclusively on transforming teaching and leadership modeling in Wake County Public Schools to provide graduating students with the content knowledge and skills they need to succeed in a complex and changing workplace.
We are envisioning the future of Wake County as a dynamic workplace to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s
We are connecting employers with educators to make a collective, strategic impact on Wake County’s future
Rones Chapel Area Community Center's (RCACC) mission is to improve opportunity and quality of life in the area through education and wellness initiatives, and to consciously include tolerance and respect for diversity while we're doing it.
To help Christian nonprofit's expand their Kingdom impact.
The Triangle Debate League (TDL) seeks to bring the educational and developmental benefits of debate to underserved students in the Research Triangle area by partnering with selected secondary schools in the area public school systems and by providing coaching and competitive events for students in those schools. The sponsoring teams are members of the Dogwood Forensic League, the National Association of Speech and Debate (NASD), and the National Catholic Forensic League, though TDL is not directly affiliated with either of those teams or organizations.
The mission of the National Black MBA Association is to lead in the creation of educational opportunities and economic growth for Black professionals. We are committed to making an impactful and sustainable difference in the communities in which we work and serve through:
Innovative programs that stimulate intellectual and economic growth
Partnerships with key stakeholders who help facilitate this growth
Increased awareness and access to graduate management programs and career opportunities in management fields.
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.