To provide free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in order to ensure equal access to justive and to remove legal barriers to economic opportunity.
To effect legislative change, raise public awareness and provide resources, education, and training on domestic violence issues in North Carolina.
To bring all N.C. Sheriffs together to create closer working relationships, secure a mutual understanding and cooperation in the conduct of their offices; improve services to the public and secure compensation, training, sponsor legislation and promote the administration of justice; to encourage greater efficiency in the administration of the Office of Sheriff by making and carrying out plans for the better execution of laws of the State of North Carolina.
The Exchange Family Center makes children’s lives better by strengthening their families, teachers, and communities through proven counseling, coaching, and training.
- We believe that caring adults are essential to developing resilience in children so they thrive now and as they grow
- We build up the skills and capacities of the caring adults children rely on
- We create safe spaces and responsive environments
To ensure that the poor and needy receive a full measure of justice.
To help youth become confident, productive members of their community through the offering of their time and talents and through challenging recreational activities.
To improve the quality of life in Charlotte Mecklenburg by restoring offenders to their families and our community, helping them find work, and reducing recidivism.
To eradicate generational poverty and child abuse/neglect using Christian principles of education and relationship-building in our community.
For over 50 years, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) has protected individual rights in North Carolina. NCAJ members, now 3,500 strong, represent those injured by the wrongdoing of others, workers fighting for their rights in the workplace, the disabled, those addressing family problems, consumers, those in debt, and those accused of crime. They include attorneys, legal assistants, law school faculty and students, and law office managers.
To generate income from lawyers' trust accounts in order to fund programs for the public's benefit.