The Triangle nonprofits listed below have been nominated by our members and are already pre-qualified for random selection. If you are a member and know of another great nonprofit doing fantastic work in our community, please Nominate Now.
We offer track-out and summer farm camps for children with autism! We offer monthly social clubs for teens & young adults with autism! Our long-term goal is to include a planned agricultural community located in Raleigh, NC.
A Place at the Table opened as a pay-what-you-can café at 300 W. Hargett St in downtown Raleigh. We are a welcoming and inviting space that provides an opportunity for all people to come and experience conversation and community while enjoying an excellent, fresh, and healthy meal.
A Lotta Love’s mission is to empower women and their children to reclaim their pride while living in this temporary environment.
Bridge II Sports creates opportunities for youth and adults with physical disabilities to ‘Find The Player Within’ through the power of adapted sports.
The Caring Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides financial support to cancer patients in need by providing assistance with rent, utilities, treatment or other expenses that become difficult to manage during cancer treatment.
Children’s Flight of Hope (CFOH) provides air transportation for children to access specialized medical care.
To reach broken families through the power of the gospel as an extension of the local church, and to produce a measurable impact at home, at work, and in the community.
Dorcas Ministries provides compassionate assistance to area residents to empower people to become stable and self-sufficient.
Provide personal clinical care to individuals facing serious and chronic conditions.
To ensure every child in Durham enters school ready to succeed. We lead community strategies for children, from birth to age 5, and their families. We promote healthy development and learning. We enhance access to high quality care.
First in Families helps families with special needs children.
Gabi’s Grounds mission is to EMPOWER the SPECIAL ABILITIES COMMUNITY to find their place in the world and ENJOY FULFILLMENT in everything they do. We promote equal access to persons with disabilities in our workplace. We create market value that includes everyone in an enriched community while providing great coffee and a unique customer service experience.
A place that empowers those with and affected by Down syndrome in a positive and uplifting environment. Gigi’s provides a free of charge curriculum that works toward advancing literacy, math skills, motor skills and other life skills.
Their goal is to create a thriving company that provides jobs, grows the economy and benefits the greater good … and matches their success on the football field.
They help women that are being abused and stuck in their situation helps them get out.
HopeLine has been in Raleigh since 1970. HopeLine provides a crisis intervention and suicide prevention hotline where people can call or text to reach a volunteer who will provide caring, supportive, non-judgmental listening and resource referral services. HopeLibe volunteers respond to more than 800 callers/testers per month who reach out to the crisis/text lines.
JfL addresses the root causes of unemployment by uniting churches, businesses, and community organizations and facilitating positive transformation within lives and communities.
At Meals on Wheels of Wake County, we provide our homebound and senior neighbors with a nutritious hot meal, along with a check-in and visit. Our services provide the opportunity for seniors to continue living well nourished, independent and safe lives, in their own homes and communities.
Meg’s Smile Foundation is a 501 c3 charitable organization that provides special days out or gifts to children affected by serious illnesses who are treated in North Carolina hospitals. Our mission is to bring smiles to the faces of these children and their families while they are going through what can be a very long and emotional journey.
Mental health organization devoted to providing affordable and effective mental health services.
Through advocacy, training, and technical assistance, North Carolina Victim Assistance Network supports the rights and well-being of surviving loved ones of homicide victims and others harmed by violent crime in North Carolina.
Oak City Recovery Run Club fosters supportive connections for people in recovery through exercise and fellowship.
Open Table Ministry seeks out and guides those experiencing homelessness and poverty to long-term health and wholeness by building ongoing trusting relationships, meeting practical and personal needs, making connections to community resources, and bridging critical gaps in the social services system.
Our vision is to establish in prison, transitional, and community based Christian programming for justice-involved individuals throughout North Carolina. This is demonstrated with bible study, church services, and mentoring programs in both adult and youth facilities.
The foundation assists with paying for medical treatments for cancer patients. The doctor who founded the organization discovered that many of her patients were not getting the follow-up treatments necessary due to the lack of money. The foundation has paid for thousands of treatments for breast cancer patients in North Carolina.
We make a sustainable impact, ensuring vulnerable homeowners – including seniors, individuals with disabilities, and families with children – live in safe, healthy homes.
The Eastern North Carolina Region is comprised of the Cape Fear, Central North Carolina, Northeastern North Carolina, Sandhills, and Triangle Area Chapters.
Every child has the right to grow up in an environment free from abuse and neglect.
SECU Family House is a safe, nurturing, affordable home for patients and their loved ones who travel great distances to UNC Hospitals for life-saving procedures and serious illnesses.
The SPCA of Wake County operates two animal shelters and a low-cost spay/neuter clinic. The SPCA is an independent animal welfare organization that was founded in 1967. The shelter transfers in over 4000 animals from Wake and surrounding county shelters. The SPCA focuses its programs on pets AND people with a goal of ending euthanasia of adoptable animals by the year 2025.
Stomp The Monster NC is a non profit organization that provides financial assistance to patients across North Carolina who are actively undergoing treatment for cancer.
We help children with less resources, who are facing social and economic adversity, to live happy and healthy lives
A charity created 50 years ago to aid kids and families with developmental disabilities. They serve hundreds of families at their center adjacent to NCSU and in the homes of families in Wake County.
The Carying Place is a local nonprofit that helps homeless, working families establish stable housing, financial literacy, and end the cycle of poverty.
We reuse donated household furnishings to renew lives of participants referred from area programs who are recovering after homelessness, crisis or disaster.
The Guardian Angel Thrift is a Non Profit supporting Alzheimer’s Research, born from an idea of how to raise money for research in order to help find a cure for this disease.
The Helene Foundation provides immediate support to mothers fighting cancer to positively impact families
As a private nonprofit, United Arts has worked for more than 25 years to build a better Raleigh and Wake County through support of and advocacy for the arts. These funds bring life-changing arts education to our schools and municipalities. They provide artists with resources and opportunities to share their work, and teachers with innovative training.
Builds homes for combat injured troops Provides food for low income US Military & First Responders Provides toys to the children of low income and deployed Disaster relief Funerals for the fallen.
Providing the student community with opportunities for achievement, enrichment, and service, in preparation for personal and academic success.
Wake Monarch’s primary purpose is to create programs and environments aimed at the prevention, reduction of, and recovery from substance use by adolescents in the Triangle area of North Carolina.
Unique, strategic, education nonprofit focused exclusively on transforming teaching and leadership modeling in Wake County Public Schools
We work together to facilitate opportunities for people in Western Wake County to serve each other when there is a need for assistance with food, finances, job searches, and basic health screenings.
They are an amazing organization that donates as much as possible to the veterans they serve. They sponsor events in tandem with Pat manager to take care of veterans. Pat works as a kicker for the colts but the org is amazing.
Wheels4Hope is a non-profit, faith-based car donation program that turns donated cars into local blessings.
The Women’s Center is a multi-service crisis intervention and assessment center, located near downtown Raleigh.