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A Helping Hand
Older adults who can age safely in their homes are healthier. That’s why A Helping Hand provides in-home support services to seniors across the region, regardless of their ability to pay.
Finding an affordable home is difficult for many, especially those with disabilities. CASA develops and manages affordable housing and helps residents to be successful in all areas of life.
Durham Community Land Trustees
Often, as a neighborhood is revitalized, current residents are pushed out. With the help of Durham Community Land Trustees, neighbors can improve their community and remain in their homes.
Durham Interfaith Hospitality Network
Families without a home face many challenges. With the help of local congregations, Durham Interfaith Hospitality Network supports homeless families and helps them on the path to self-sufficiency.
Durham Literacy Center
Reading skills are not only important in school, but in everyday life. Working with the Durham Literacy Center, children and adults learn practical literacy skills to improve their lives.
East Coast Greenway Alliance,
Recreation trails help keep us active and can even provide a healthy way to commute to work! Thanks to East Coast Greenway Alliance, communities across the US – and here in North Carolina – have access to beautiful trails for biking, hiking and walking.
East Durham Children’s Initiative
Young people need support in and out of school to succeed. East Durham Children’s Initiative provides wrap-around services for children of East Durham, supporting them from birth to graduation.
First in Families of North Carolina
People with disabilities and their families have diverse needs. First in Families of North Carolina helps families to reach their goals and supports a community that can help one another.
Emily Krzyzewski Center
To become leaders, young people need the support of mentors. Emily Krzyzewski Center inspires students to dream big and reach their potential through afterschool programs and tutoring.
The Hope Center at Pullen
Young adults aging out of foster care face many obstacles to a healthy life. That’s why The Hope Center at Pullen works with these incredible young people to support their transition to a successful adulthood.
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