Need Help Choosing a Charity?

  • Start by asking yourself, “What’s important to me?” Think about people in your life, your hobbies and interests, and things you would like to change or are concerned about.
  • Review the Charity Listing in the Giving Guide or use the search engine below to search by service area, location and more to find a charity you'd like to support.
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Charities
Charity NameCodeFederation / GroupDescription
America’s Charities1600America's CharitiesWorking to build strong communities. Addressing needs of children, families, communities by helping employers and employees support our member charities' programs.
Cancer Research for Children, CureSearch1673America's Charities - Member AgencyCureSearch funds research projects designed to find new and better therapies for children's cancers and hosts collaborative opportunities for leaders across the pediatric cancer ecosystem.
Chatham CARES Community Pharmacy3921Independent CharityCCCP is the only organization that provides free prescriptions to qualifying low income, uninsured, and underinsured clients that meet 200% of the Federal Poverty Level.
Children’s Cancer Partners, Carolinas4042Independent CharityWe help North Carolina children battling cancer with financial, logistical and emotional assistance ensuring every child access to lifesaving treatment.
Children’s Tumor Fndn.1077CHC: Creating Healthier Communities - Member AgencyFunds research, patient support and public awareness of the neurofibromatosis (NF1, NF2, and Schwannomatosis) - genetic disorders that cause random tumor growth throughout the body.
Chive Charities4044Independent CharityProvide life changing grants often overlooked by most organizations for veterans, first responders, individuals diagnosed with rare diseases, and special education initiatives.
Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Ctr1569Independent CharityDuke Children’s provides the most advanced medical treatment & research available in a compassionate, family-centered environment for children from the Southeast & around the world.
Emilys’ Kids Fndn.4166Independent CharityEmily's Kids supports North Carolina families dealing with Childhood Cancer. Our business model and actions are driven by our personal loss due to Childhood Cancer.
Hole in the Wall Gang Fund1609America's Charities - Member AgencyFounded by Paul Newman, a non-profit summer camp and year-round center providing free services to children with life-threatening illnesses.
HonorBridge – Carolina Donor Services4163Independent CharityAs North Carolina's largest organ donation and tissue recovery organization, HonorBridge serves 7.5 million people in 77 counties in North Carolina, as well as Pittsylvania County in Virginia.
Make-A-Wish Fndn., America1621America's Charities - Member AgencyWe create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. A wish helps a child replace fear with confidence, sadness with joy and anxiety with hope.
Make-A-Wish, Central & Western NC3779Independent CharityOur mission is to grant life-changing wishes to children with critical illnesses. We serve 51 counties in NC from Alamance westward.
Make-A-Wish, Eastern NC1555Independent CharityThe mission of the Make-A-Wish Foundation is to grant wishes to children with critical medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Our chapter has granted more than 4,000 wishes since our founding in the 49 counties in Eastern North Carolina.
March Of Dimes NC1032CHC: Creating Healthier Communities - Member AgencyDonations are used to fund research, educational programs, community services and advocacy efforts focused on giving every child a fighting chance at a healthy start.
MiracleFeet3816Independent CharitySince 2010, MiracleFeet has provided access to proper treatment for over 64,000 children born with clubfoot in 29 low-and middle-income countries through partnerships with local healthcare providers, enabling them to live fully to live fully productive, active and healthy lives.
New Hanover Medical Center Auxiliary4160Independent CharitySECU Family House at Novant NHRMC offers low-cost lodging for out of town individuals, with a loved one who is hospitalized or receiving care at area medical facilities.
Ronald McDonald House, Chapel Hill1524Independent CharityThe Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill provides a “home-away-from-home” for families of seriously ill and injured children receiving treatment at area hospitals.
Ronald McDonald House, Eastern NC1526Independent CharityRMHC-ENC provides a temporary home, support, and access to medical care for families of children who are receiving treatment from area medical facilities.
Ronald McDonald House, Gtr Charlotte3732Independent CharityRMHC of Greater Charlotte provides temporary housing, food, support, and access to medical care for families with children receiving treatment in Charlotte-area medical facilities.
Ronald McDonald House, Piedmont Triad2517Independent CharityRMHC® of the Piedmont Triad, Inc. provides housing, food, and support for families who bring their seriously ill children to the Triad for medical treatment.
SEE Intl. – Surgical Eye Expeditions1380Global Impact - Member AgencyCommitted to restoring sight and transforming lives of blind people in developing countries. Since 1974, nearly half a million people have received free eye surgery.
Share and Care Fndn. for India2549Independent CharityCreating opportunities for marginalized people in rural India through unique, sustainable and holistic programs in Education, Healthcare, Gender Equality, Village Upliftment & Rehabilitation post natural disaster.
UNC Health Fndn2558Independent CharityUNC Health Foundation includes missions of education, research and clinical care for UNC School of Medicine and hospitals, including UNC Children's and NC Cancer Hospital.
United Way, High Country1449-000United Way of High CountryUniting people and resources to improve lives in the High Country.
Victory Junction Gang Camp2584Independent CharityVictory Junction enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences, always at no cost to children or their families