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  • 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.
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Charity NameCodeFederation / GroupDescription
ABC of NC Fndn.1801Independent CharityABC 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 CharityAces for Autism is a non-profit treatment center dedicated to providing doctor-prescribed, evidenced-based therapies for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
ALS Association NC Chapter1031CHC: Creating Healthier Communities - Member AgencyOur organization funds global research, public policy and care programs for families living with ALS in North Carolina.
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.
American Council of the Blind2486CHC: Creating Healthier Communities - Member AgencyOur mission is to increase the independence, security, equality of opportunity, and quality of life for all blind and visually impaired people.
Arc of Greensboro1422-050United Way of Gtr. Greensboro - Member AgencyThrough advocacy, services, programs and education, ARCG supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families in choosing options that lead to productive and satisfying lives.
Arc of High Point1423-037United Way of Gtr. High Point - Member AgencyThe Arc of High Point is committed to securing for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they live, learn, work and play.
Arc Of NC1008CHC: Creating Healthier Communities - Member AgencyCommitted to securing for all people with intellectual & developmental disabilities the opportunity to choose & realize their goals.
Autism Society of NC2543Independent CharityASNC is the best source in NC for connecting people who live with autism through advocacy, resources, support, information, and services throughout their lifespan.
BEGINNINGS Parents of Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing2534Independent CharityBEGINNINGS 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 CharityEnhance 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 - Member AgencyA 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 - Member AgencyAutism 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 CharityCFS provides service dogs at no cost to Veterans from all conflicts with service-connected PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, military sexual trauma, or mobility challenges.
Cape Fear HealthNet1406-034United Way of the Cape Fear Area - Member AgencyThe HealthNet exists to facilitate a coordinated system of healthcare for the poor and uninsured in a four-county region of North Carolina.
Cerebral Palsy Fndn1061CHC: Creating Healthier Communities - Member AgencyThe Cerebral Palsy Foundation works to transform the lives of people with cerebral palsy (and related disabilities) today through research, innovation and collaboration.
Chatham Trades3925Independent CharityProvides 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 Center1406-007United Way of the Cape Fear Area - Member AgencyChild Development Center, Inc. provides special education and therapy services to young children with disabilities along side their typically developing peers.
Compassion Care for Disabled Children2017America's Best Charities - Member AgencyProviding poor, disabled children worldwide with corrective surgery, free distribution of specialty wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, rehabilitation equipment and therapy. Serving war and disaster victims worldwide.
CORRAL Riding Academy3843Independent CharityCORRAL pairs at-risk girls with rescued horses for long-term holistic intervention. The program provides an opportunity for youth who might not succeed otherwise.
Disability Rights NC6205Independent CharityDisability Rights North Carolina (DRNC) is the only organization dedicated to advancing and defending the rights of people with all types of disabilities, of all ages, statewide.
Dogs for Deaf & Disabled Americans (NEADS)1913America's Best Charities - Member AgencyIndependence and companionship for wounded warriors, autistic children, the deaf and disabled by providing custom-trained Service Dogs. Help provide these much needed Service Dogs!
Dogs for the Deaf5049America's Best Charities - Member AgencySince 1977, Dogs for the Deaf has been rescuing, training and placing dogs from animal shelters to help people with different disabilities, challenges and needs.
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.
Duke HomeCare & Hospice1522Independent CharityDuke Hospice provides care to terminally ill patients and their families focused on pain/symptom management and issues of death, dying and bereavement.