You Can Vote (YCV) works to ensure all eligible North Carolinians can vote to build long-term participation in our democracy. We register, educate, and mobilize voters through 1:1 conversations. Using community organizing, evidence-based best practices in voter engagement, low-literacy bilingual educational materials, and state of the art technology, we prepare people to vote and help them become lifelong voters.
To improve the quality of life for North Carolinians with low vision or who are blind.
A Therapist Like Me is a non-profit, 501(c)3 dedicated to connecting minority-identifying clients to minority-identifying therapists, advancing therapists of color, providing financial gifts to minority-identifying clients for psychotherapy, reducing societal stigma surrounding mental health, and supporting our community.
National Farm Worker Ministry (NFWM) is a faith-based organization committed to justice for and empowerment of farm workers. NFWM educates, equips and mobilizes member organizations and other faith communities, groups and individuals to support farm worker led efforts to improve their living and working conditions.
We believe that everyone should have access to safe and affordable transportation regardless of race, wealth, gender identity, ability or where they live. Biking and walking are the most healthy and sustainable ways to move. Bike Durham promotes policy, infrastructure, education, and community events to make Durham more equitable; empowering people of all ages to walk and bike more.
Working Films use documentaries to advance solutions to climate change, dirty energy, economic inequality, and racial injustice. Our work seeds and supports grassroots organizing and coalition building. We position the right media at the right moment to make an impact.
Services provided by the local CAC include forensic interviews, medical evaluations, parent education, linking families to advocacy, and case review. Having a CAC in our local community allows us to collect and analyze data about local child abuse trends, and it reduces the financial costs and time burdens for families not having to travel outside of the county for needed services.
Strives to enable people with disabilities to fully participate in their communities without boundaries in the Raleigh-Durham and surrounding areas.
Witness for Peace Southeast (WFPSE) is a politically independent grassroots organization of people committed to nonviolence and led by faith and conscience. WFPSE’s mission is to support peace, justice and sustainable economies in the Americas by changing U.S. policies and corporate practices that contribute to poverty and oppression in Latin America and the Caribbean.