The Clubhouse was founded in the 1930’s and we would love more people to join us in preserving the history and utilizing its potential in the community!
Established in 2012.
One World Dragon Boat was created to provide a healthy, athletic and supportive outlet for LGBT members and their families to train and participate in the centuries old paddle sport of dragon boating for fun and competition.
OWDB's mission is to remove barriers of discrimination, bigotry and injustice that fragment society and keep people separate from each other.
To teach soccer to children with autism.
The Mission of ACCESS of Wilmington is to develop recreational programs and partnerships throughout Southeastern North Carolina to facilitate inclusive activities for children, adult, and veterans with disabilities and their families; thus, positively impacting their health, wellness, and quality of life.
The purpose of AFC is to provide American football coaching clinics to athletes and coaches from underrepresented areas outside the United States. Our non-profit football clinics are unique because they are an international organization that is created to teach American football fundamentals, techniques, skills, and schemes in combination with the development of life skills.
Introductory Level Adaptive Recreation for anyone with a physical or mobility challenge
Teaching the history, sport, and art of swordsmanship to all, with safety and fun.
Fighting for Female Fitness is a non-profit organization that will provide free or low cost personal training to women. Our mission is to provide women with fitness and nutrition programs designed to combat obesity while promoting health and wellness.
Founded in 1960, Raleigh Swimming Association is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit corporation dedicated to providing affordable, exceptional aquatic programming tailored to the needs of the individual. We provide age group and competitive swimming and swim lessons, as well as other aquatic programming for the community, including fitness and learn to swim programs for participants ages nine months to 99+ years.
Protecting, preserving and enhancing the natural and cultural resources of the Broad River for educational and recreational opportunities.