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North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center
Economic development resource for rural people and communities in North Carolina.
Child Nutrition Program
Helping child care centers and homes serve nutritious meals, and possibly receive reimbursement from the CACFP.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina
Soliciting and distributing food and other grocery products through a network of partner agencies in the 17-county Metrolina area.
Community Reinvestment Association of North Carolina
Dedicated to changing the philosophy and practices of financial institutions in North Carolina so that the credit needs of traditionally underserved communities are met.
Common Sense Foundation
Non-partisan, statewide progressive organization providing research, commentary, and technical assistance about public policy.
United Way of North Carolina
Serving the state citizens and United Way member agencies with news, information, a directory, and a place for online donations.
North Carolina State Grange
Dedicated to improving farm and rural living.
North Carolina State Employees Combined Campaign
Authorizes the SECC as the only charitable giving program for the state employee workplace.
Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation
Supports the work of tax-exempt healthcare, educational, and social service organizations. Focusing on projects that benefit women, children, the elderly, and poor populations.
Food Bank of the Albemarle
Responds to the poor and needy in Northeastern North Carolina through direct assistance, support services, advocacy and education to individuals and nonprofit agencies.
North Carolina Foster Parent Association
Working to promote quality foster and adoptive services through collaborative advocacy, education resources, and networking.
Nonprofit providing mentoring, education, and activities for at-risk youth. Offering outdoor experiences for boys who might not otherwise have such experiences.
Promotes and supports the effective use of electronic networking technologies by nonprofit organizations and low income communities. throughout