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What We Do

Community Partners & Programs

2021 Funded Programs and Services

  • Preparedness, Health & Safety Program
    Disaster Services & Preparedness
    Services to Armed Forces
    (910) 867-8151
    They help alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies.

  • Diabetes Self-Management Program
    Emergency Direct Aid (Medical & Prescription Assistance)
    (910) 483-7534
    Their mission is to provide for the unmet healthcare needs in Cumberland County through assistance, referral, and education.

  • Youth Scouting Programs
    (919) 872-4884
    This is a year-round program uniquely designed to meet the needs of youth and their families. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development and physical fitness.

  • Food Pantry Services
    (910) 424-2020
    They help our brothers and sisters in the community to overcome the difficult obstacles they face in maintaining their physical and emotional wellbeing.

  • Day Resource Center for Homeless Women and Children
    (910) 630-0106
    Is a walk-in Day Resource Center with case management that serves single women and women with children who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness.

  • Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder
    (910) 222-6089
    Provides quality driven prevention and intervention services for at-risk and court involved youth, adults and families that create local alternatives to juvenile/district court and address problem behaviors through evidenced-based treatment and programs.

  • Community Care Giving Circle
    Home Improvement Services
    Senior Nutrition Services (Meals on Wheels)
    (910) 484-0111
    Their mission is to help older adults living in Cumberland County maintain their independence at home with dignity.

  • Adult Day Vocational Program
    (910) 487-3131
    To learn from people with disabilities and their families, their needs and wants and to create such supports and services to meet those needs, through person-centerd planning and networking of available resources.

  • Adult Literacy & Education Center
    Emergency Assistance Program
    Find-A-Friend Mentoring Program
    (910) 483-5944
    Their mission is to show God's compassion for our neighbors in need, and thus build our community together.

  • Community Engagement Program
    (910) 437-9900
    Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

  • Youth Intervention and Prevention Programs
    (910) 364-9531
    This is an organization that educates and inspires at-risk and behaviorally challenged youth with innovative and culturally sensitive programs in order that they may thrive academically, socially, and morally.

  • Domestic Violence Advocacy
    (910) 485-7273
    Their mission is to achieve zero tolerance for the crime of sexual violence and to reduce its trauma.

  • Warrior Bridge Program
    (910) 826-4699
    Their with a mission to facilitate services, resources and partnerships to support people with disabilities and others they serve, along with their families, their caregivers and community members, in order to build more inclusive communities.

  • VRC New Directions
    (910) 483-2719
    It enhances the lives of adults and children living in the Cape Fear Region who are visually impaired by: advocating for their needs, identifying and sharing information about community resources, providing education, skill development and socialization opportunities.

  • Dolly Parton Imagination Library
    Leadership Development Program
    (910) 483-1179
    It it our mission to improve the quality of lives in Cumberland County by addressing critical human needs.

Our Impact In 2021/2022

  • People Helped

    412,866

  • Volunteer Hours

    9,159

  • Funds Granted

    $509,014

  • Volunteers

    382

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