Clients from our five previous client cycles. All impactful organizations in the Triangle area.
Working to break the cycle of poverty in Raleigh with programs that help clients gain self-sufficiency.
The Center for Volunteer Caregiving
Helping older adults and adults with disabilities in Wake County live independently for as long as possible.
Horse and Buddy
Enriching the lives of children and adults with special needs through equine-assisted therapies and activities in a safe and caring environment.
Haven House Services has 11 programs that help more than 1,200 youths each year overcome challenges and find paths to success.
New Leaf Behavioral Health
Nonprofit community mental health organization founded to ensure that people have access to affordable and effective mental health services.
Making the Arts accessible to people with disabilities through audio description, training workshops, and advocacy & resources.
Providing financial aid for volunteers while they are traveling. Therefore, helping volunteers expand their levels of impact while affording more young adults the opportunity to learn more about the world, its people, and themselves.
Working with therapists and the parents of children with special needs to provide them with personalized adaptations (furniture and more) out of industrial cardboard at NO cost to the child or families.
Military and Veterans Resource Coalition
Using a coalition of collaborative partnerships in the Triangle, MVRC bridges the divide between those who have served/their families and the community.
Young Men of Progress
Students charged with maintaining a positive image at school and in their communities. Supporting them in understanding their value, holding themselves accountable for their actions, and, most importantly, taking their education seriously.