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Charity NameCodeFederation / GroupDescription
A Helping Hand2533Independent AgencyA Helping Hand provides essential services such as transportation to medical appointments and shopping assistance to under-served seniors and individuals living with disability.
ABC of NC1801Independent AgencyABC of NC is committed to providing high-quality, evidence-based diagnostic, therapeutic, and educational services to people with autism spectrum disorder from any economic background.
Aces For Autism3914Independent AgencyAces for Autism is a non-profit treatment center dedicated to providing doctor prescribed, evidenced-based therapies for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Alliance Of Disability Advocates4098Independent AgencyAlliance of Disability Advocates serves individuals who experience a disability through empowerment, advocacy, and advancement of consumer-led initiatives with the goal of living independently in their chosen community.
Arc of Greensboro1422-050United Way Federation - Gtr. GreensboroThe Arc of Greensboro supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, supporting their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
Arc of High Point1423-037United Way Federation - Gtr. High PointThe Arc of High Point assists people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with choosing and realizing their goals of where and how they learn, live, work, and play.
Autism Society of NC2543Independent AgencyASNC provides support and promotes opportunities that enhance the lives of individuals with autism and their families thru advocacy, training & education, and direct services.
Baptist Children’s Homes of NC3641Independent AgencyBaptist Children’s Homes of NC provides compassionate homes to abused and neglected children as well as care for senior adults and special needs adults.
BEGINNINGS For Parents of Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing2534Independent AgencyBEGINNINGS provides support, unbiased information, and technical assistance to parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, deaf parents, and professionals serving them.
Black Mountain Center Fndn.1537Independent AgencyEnhance and support Black Mountain Neuro-Medical Treatment Center's care of persons with intellectual disabilities and individuals with dementia, through programs, initiatives, activities and equipment.
Canine Companions for Independence1929America's Best Charities - FederationA cold nose and a warm heart! Our companion dogs provide independence, assistance and friendship that transforms the lives of children and adults with disabilities.
Canines for Disabled Kids2925America's Best Charities - FederationAutism silences a child's laugh. Disability halts a child's life. These specially trained service dogs liberate children, promote independence and social awareness, and help families.
Canines for Service3602Independent AgencyCanines for Service empowers Veterans from all conflicts with service-connected disabilities, by providing highly trained service dogs to at no cost or promotional requirement.
Cape Fear HealthNet1406-034United Way Federation - Cape Fear AreaThe HealthNet exists to facilitate a coordinated system of healthcare for the poor and uninsured in a four-county region of North Carolina.
Caswell Center Fndn.2579Independent AgencyCaswell Center Foundation was established to help enhance the quality of life for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families in Eastern North Carolina.
Center for Volunteer Caregiving3520Independent AgencyProvide friendly visits, transportation to medical appointments and grocery, light housekeeping, and caregiver respite to older adults and adults with disabilities living independently using trained volunteers.
Cerebral Palsy Fndn.1061CHC: Creating Healthier Communities - FederationThe Cerebral Palsy Foundation works to transform the lives of people with cerebral palsy (and related disabilities) today through research, innovation and collaboration.
Chatham Trades3925Independent AgencyProvides employment and training for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities including teaching activities and skills for daily living, socialization, community awareness and integration.
Child Development Center, Cape Fear1406-007United Way Federation - Cape Fear AreaChild Development Center, Inc. provides special education and therapy services to young children with disabilities along side their typically developing peers.
Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas4020Independent AgencyWe do this by providing financial, logistical and emotional assistance ensuring every child access to lifesaving treatment, regardless how far/often required, until age 21.
Children’s Flight of Hope1070CHC: Creating Healthier Communities - FederationChildren's Flight of Hope provides sick children with free air transportation to medical care that will save, prolong, or improve the quality of their lives.
Chive Charities4044Independent AgencyProvide life changing grants often overlooked by most organizations for veterans, first responders, individuals diagnosed with rare diseases, and special education initiatives.
Disability Rights & Resources3943Independent AgencyCreating a fully inclusive community in which all people, with and without disabilities, may pursue their own goals and choices for living and working together.
Disability Rights NC1544Independent AgencyDisability Rights North Carolina (DRNC) is dedicated to advancing and defending the rights of people with all types of disabilities, of all ages, statewide.