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North Carolina Foundations, Organization and other Associations
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  • A. J. Fletcher Foundation - Supports a broad range of nonprofit organizations towards enriching the lives of people in North Carolina.
  • Alcohol-Drug Council of NC - ADCNC's mission: to reduce the human suffering and economic cost of alcoholism and other drug abuse and addiction. United Way agency providing information, referrals and other services. Volunteer/Donor opportunities available.
  • American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina - Source of information and editorials about legal rights of individuals including teenagers, tenants and minorities.
  • American Planning Association - Provides leadership, education, and increase awareness of planning policies and practices in North Carolina. Provides links, calendar of events, newsletter, information on officers and membership directory.
  • The Arc of North Carolina - State chapter of organization that advocates for children and adults with mental retardation or developmental disabilities. Information about local chapters, current issues and events, links to helpful sites.
  • Association for the Benefit of Child Development - Non-profit agency provides parent education programs. Site includes program descriptions, calendar of events, and volunteer opportunities. Based in Winston-Salem.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Carolina - Includes mission statement, contact information, answers to frequently asked questions, and a list of upcoming events.
  • Carolinas HealthCare Foundation - Seeks to advance health-related issues, programs, and services that ensure a better quality of life for the people of the Carolinas.
  • CCCR of NC - A state-wide volunteer non-profit organization of residents living in continuing care retirement communities. Information on activities and services.
  • CFIDS Association of America - Information, support and advocacy resources for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers.
  • Chad Blum Memorial Charities - Established to help the Make A Wish Foundation by holding golf tournaments yearly. Information on charity, activities and tournament.
  • Cumberland Community Action Program - Information on their many programs and services.
  • Daughters of the British Empire - Organization of women of British birth or British Commonwealth ancestry. Information on events, homes and local chapters.
  • Exceptional Children's Assistance Center - Non-profit which provides information and resources to the families of children with disabilities in North Carolina.
  • Food Bank of North Carolina - Information on food requests, volunteer needs, programs, and a searchable database for those in need of food.
  • Food Bank of the Albemarle - Offers news, ways to help, and a description of the operation.
  • Grand Masonic Lodge of North Carolina - Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. Includes history, announcements and lodge information.
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central & Western North Carolina - Site features wish stories, information on how wishes are granted, current fundraising efforts, staff and contact information.
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern North Carolina - Non-profit volunteer organization that grants the favorite wishes of terminally ill children. Information on programs and services.
  • MANNA Food Bank - Provides food to more than 300 member agencies throughout Western North Carolina who serve 5,100 meals each day year round.
  • Mental Weekend Aloft (MWA) - Annual event hosted by Brad Carr and Bill Earle in Cedar Mountain, NC. Features information on the event, the founders, and the game of Overland Bocce.
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving: North Carolina - Calendar of events, information about services, resources, and how to help.
  • Mountain Projects - A community based non-profit organization geared toward providing vital services to the elderly, disadvantaged and general public in Western North Carolina.
  • NC Association of Local Governmental Employee Safety Officials - Features online newsletter, objectives, calendar of events and contact information.
  • N.C. Center for Nonprofits - Serves, promotes, and represents the nonprofit sector. Includes information about programs, members, news and employment opportunities.
  • NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA) - Resources for survivors of sexual violence. Features a list of rape crisis centers throughout the state, training and events, projects, membership. Includes Spanish translation.
  • - Information and links for Masons, Shriners and Masonic organizations across the state.
  • North Carolina Alliance for Transportation Reform - Information and analysis of transportation issues; serves as a watch dog over the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
  • North Carolina ARRL Section Information - State level club for amateur radio. Information on getting started in the hobby as well as membership information.
  • North Carolina Association of Volunteer Administration - Provides education and leadership for effective volunteer management. Includes information on membership, workshops, conferences and educational programs.
  • North Carolina Big Sweep - Nonprofit organization that conducts education for litter-free watersheds and coordinates the North Carolina Big Sweep, an event in which volunteers come together to clean up rivers, lakes, and beaches on the third Saturday in September.
  • North Carolina Biotechnology Center - Information on biotechnology business, research and education.
  • North Carolina Custom Knife Guild - Dedicated to the promotion and craft of custom knife making. Information on shows, classes and newsletter.
  • North Carolina Justice and Community Development Center - Engaged in advocacy and community-building on behalf of low-income residents. Includes issues information.
  • North Carolina League of the South - Southern-oriented resources for families, business, activists and homeschools.
  • North Carolina Mothers of Multiples - State wide effort to coordinate Mothers of Twins/Multiples Clubs. Information on activities, list of member clubs and newsletter.
  • North Carolina Smart Growth Alliance - Statewide coalition of over 250 private, public and nonprofit organizations and leaders working to promote a smarter pattern of development in NC. Site includes info, links, model policies, tools, and opportunities for citizen involvement.
  • North Carolina State Elks Association District and Lodge Directory - Lists links to lodges of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks for the state.
  • North Carolina State 4-H - The central site for 4-H in North Carolina.
  • North Carolina TASC Training Institute - Provide statewide training to improve the delivery of services to the state's offender population. Includes calendars, registration, training materials.
  • North Carolina Troopers Association - Organization for mutual benefit of NC State Highway Patrol employees.
  • Optimist International - NC East District - Optimist club for the Raleigh and Wilmington metro area. Includes information and events and programs.
  • Our Children's Memorial Walkway - Frazier Park support group for families after the loss of a child.
  • Our Hearts Haven - Support group for families after the loss of an infant.
  • Partnership for a Drug-Free North Carolina - State-wide media campaign to reduce the use and abuse of illegal drugs. Features membership details, public service announcements, links and information on drugs.
  • Pop the Cap! - Advocates the repeal of the cap of 6% alcohol-by-volume for beer.
  • Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina - Dedicated to prevent child abuse before it happens by developing family-oriented, community-based prevention, awareness, education, and training programs. Parenting tips, signs of abuse, description of services, news and events.
  • The Samantha Project - Provides dolls to children undergoing chemotherapy or other life-threatening illnesses.
  • Save Our State - Promotes sustainable economic growth in North Carolina, bringing together business people, government officials, civic leaders, and conservationists to find new ways to solve complex environmental problems.
  • Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation - Supports the work of selected tax-exempt healthcare, educational and social service organizations.
  • Southern Environmental Law Center - NC - Environmental organization dedicated to protecting the natural resources of the southeastern United States through direct legal action, policy reform, public education, and partnerships with other groups.
  • United Way of North Carolina - Serves the people of the state and member agencies with news, information, a directory and a place for online donations.
  • The Warner Foundation - Family foundation that provides grants statewide to make long-term improvements in economic opportunity and race relations.
  • Western North Carolina Alliance - Grassroots organization of people who care about the quality of life in towns and countryside. Features platform and history.
  • Z. Reynolds Foundation - A memorial to the youngest son of the founder of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, the foundation funds projects that accomplish systemic reform and have statewide impact. Features history, focus areas, awards information, application guidelines.