The Miracle League's mission is to create positive life experiences for children and adults with special needs and for their families through baseball. Ball fields are located in Raleigh, NC and Cary, NC.
Grief Oasis is a non-sectarian support group hosted by the Chatham/Orange Grief Organization, which offers support and education to those who mourn. This is a place to share and explore grief's pathways with those who understand the journey.
Chatham Outreach Alliance (CORA) provides food to individuals and families within our community who are in need during difficult personal economic periods. Together we are building a community without hunger!
TLC was founded in 1969 by parents who wanted to improve the local options for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Today, TLC’s work benefits children, adults, and families through a diverse range of on-site and community-based programs, including educational services, respite care, early childhood intervention, autism therapies, community living support, and residential living.
NAMI envisions a world where all people affected by mental illness live healthy, fulfilling lives supported by a community that cares. NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
We are a 501c3 charity (donations are tax deductible) with the sole mission of brightening lives in our North Carolina Triangle. The "worlds" are custom made, whimsical, mechanical displays, put at no charge at Ronald McDonald Houses, Duke Children's Hospital, the Durham Public Libraries, and other spots in the Triangle.
Neshama Rescue is an all volunteer independent, 501(c)(3) animal welfare and education organization. Our goals are to rescue animals from shelters, place them in loving foster homes, and adopt them out to forever homes, as well as strengthen our communities’ education, laws and regulations regarding animal overpopulation and care.
The mission of SOAR Outreach is to provide low-income and homeless youth in Wake County improved opportunities to excel in their education by ensuring that all children in our schools have equal access to basic personal care and hygiene items. We aim to empower all kids, provide equal opportunities for kids regardless of income, decrease bullying in our schools, and increase classroom successes in our most vulnerable population of kids.