Filling in Gaps, FIGS, was established in 1982 by a group of Wake County residents, healthcare professionals, and churches to address a serious social problem: the need for prescription medicines for low-income people.
To enhance the quality of life for the residents of North Carolina through five focus areas: community economic development; the environment; pre-collegiate education; social justice and equity; and democracy and civic engagement.
To work for charity, religion, education and better interfaith relations.
To offer financial assistance to the communities of Craven, Pamlico and Jones Counties and East Carolina University.
To improve the quality of life in the communities we serve through our giving, encourage employees' personal philanthropy, participate in community support events, and demonstrate corporate citizenship through contributions.
To support students and charitable organizations operating in Guilford County, NC.
To further and extend Mrs. Biddle's life-long interests in religious, educational, and charitable activities in the states of New York and North Carolina.
To support projects that benefit Greensboro or Guilford County, North Carolina.