This category is for listing clubs and organizations which have chapters or members located across the entire state of North Carolina.
Supports a broad range of nonprofit organizations towards enriching the lives of people in North Carolina.
Information on their many programs and services.
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.
Source of information and editorials about legal rights of individuals including teenagers, tenants and minorities.
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.
Seeks to advance health-related issues, programs, and services that ensure a better quality of life for the people of the Carolinas.
Works to improve the lives of children by reaching them through the public school system. Provides information about services and volunteer opportunities, including AmeriCorps and Vista opportunities.
Helps families find missing children. Free services include canvassing by car or on foot, emotional support, public awareness programs, and acting as a liaison with the concerned parties, media and law enforcement.
Organization of women of British birth or British Commonwealth ancestry. Information on events, homes and local chapters.
Non-profit which provides information and resources to the families of children with disabilities in North Carolina.
News, ways to help, and a description of exactly how the food bank operates. Part of the America's Second Harvest network.
Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. Includes history, announcements and lodge information.
State-wide media campaign to reduce the use and abuse of illegal drugs. Features membership details, public service announcements, links and information on drugs.
Site features wish stories, information on how wishes are granted, current fundraising efforts, staff and contact information.
Provides food to more than 300 member agencies throughout Western North Carolina who serve 5,100 meals each day year round.
A community based non-profit organization geared toward providing vital services to the elderly, disadvantaged and general public in Western North Carolina.
Grassroots organization of people who care about the quality of life in towns and countryside. Features platform and history.
Serves, promotes, and represents the nonprofit sector. Includes information about programs, members, news and employment opportunities.
Information and links for Masons, Shriners and Masonic organizations across the state.
State level club for amateur radio. Information on getting started in the hobby as well as membership information.
Provides education and leadership for effective volunteer management. Includes information on membership, workshops, conferences and educational programs.
Information on biotechnology business, research and education.
A nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that supports traditional family values. Page includes policy articles, legislative news, and online podcast.
Engaged in advocacy and community-building on behalf of low-income residents. Includes issues information.
Southern-oriented resources for families, business, activists and homeschools.
Provide statewide training to improve the delivery of services to the state's offender population. Includes calendars, registration, training materials.
Organization for mutual benefit of NC State Highway Patrol employees.
Optimist club for the Raleigh and Wilmington metro area. Includes information and events and programs.
Frazier Park support group for families after the loss of a child.
Support group for families after the loss of an infant.
Supports the work of selected tax-exempt healthcare, educational and social service organizations.
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.
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.
Serves the people of the state and member agencies with news, information, a directory and a place for online donations.
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.
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