An affiliate of the Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy, the Hunt Institute is a recognized leader in the movement to transform public education. Marshaling expertise from a nationwide partner network since it was established in 2001, the Institute brings together people and resources that help build and nurture visionary leadership and mobilize strategic action for greater educational outcomes and student success.
Our mission is improve the morale of new United States servicemembers and military service academy students during the challenging days of basic and advanced training. We want to ensure that every recruit’s name gets called at Mail Call. We do this by making it easy for family, friends and volunteers to provide supportive communications by turning their emails into "letters from home”.
Raleigh Village East exists to provide some services such as rides to doctors, the grocery store, etc. and elder visits and checkins, that will allow seniors in the Oakwood/Mordecai area of Raleigh to live in their homes longer. It is based on the Beacon Hill Village in Boston. We are in the process of established the parameters of our work and our audience.
We are in the process of applying for 501(c)(3) status but need to do more research before applying.
JOB-SITE SAFETY INSTITUTE (JSI) IS DEDICATED TO CONDUCTING SAFETY RESEARCH FOR RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION JOB SITES LEADING TO PRACTICES, STANDARDS AND BEHAVIORS THAT WILL REDUCE JOB-SITE INJURIES AND FATALITIES.
Eagle Rock Camp reconnects military families at holistic retreats that are therapeutic, build healthy spirits and strong family bonds.
To nurture children's instinctive compassion by creating and providing accessible charitable programs for youth in our community.
We believe that sexual assault survivors deserve, not only clothing for leaving the hospital, but a picture of the hope and redemption that is possible.
Layers of Dignity does this by providing tote bags to emergency rooms and women's advocacy centers. These totes are to be given immediately after the evidence collection. Instead of leaving in paper clothing, sexual assault survivors will take those brave steps in brand-new clothes. They will be armed with resources and aware of the community that stands with them from a love note handwritten by a fellow survivor.
Our Mission is to alleviate the devastating effects of poverty on vulnerable children in Southern Haiti by ensuring these children’s essential needs are met (food, clothing, shelter, medical care) and preparing them to live independent, productive lives (education/vocational training).
We look to a time when vulnerable children in our care can access opportunities to realize their dreams and become leaders in Haitian society.
Provide an expanded array of assistance and support to veterans for every aspect of their lives so they can lead a normal and productive life once their service is completed.
Our mission is to reach out to children, veterans, and other individuals in challenging situations by providing a compassionate demonstration of support that will positively impact a sense of hope during a difficult time.