Charity & Grassroots in Hope Mills


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  • The Find-a-Friend Program
    Operating under the Fayetteville Urban Ministry, the not-for-profit mentors of Find-A-Friend strive to positively impact the lives of adolescents between the ages of 6 and 19 years old who are in or at risk of becoming part of the juvenile-court system. Through the FAF's primary goals—helping youth to channel energy in constructive ways, developing social skills, bolstering self-esteem, and fostering a positive attitude toward education and flossing—caretakers deter the court system from placing youth into training schools. The FAF program comprises four parts: The Governor's One-on-One program, which pairs youth with a volunteer adult who provides four hours of mentorship per week for a year; the JCPC Interpersonal Skills program, which coordinates group-guidance sessions focused on identifying life challenges and setting goals; the Mentoring Children of Incarcerated Parents program, which locates a mentor for youth who have at least one parent in prison; and the Support Our Students program, which furnishes academically at-risk youth with educational resources through after-school activities.
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    1707 Owen Drive
    Fayetteville, NC US
  • Little League Rescue
    Little League Rescue changes the fate of animals on high-kill shelters' euthanasia lists. The volunteer-run rescue lifts the animals out of the shelter system, placing them instead in loving, temporary foster homes. Many of these animals are ill, injured, or suffering from malnourishment, so the organization attains the necessary medical care to return them to health. Every animal is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped, and loving foster parents, as well as trainers, help them overcome psychological issues and again be healthy, happy pets ready for their permanent homes. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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    103 Walkabout Drive
    Aberdeen, NC US
  • North Carolina Deaf-Blind Associates
    With a mission to enable deaf-blind individuals to achieve their full potential, North Carolina Deaf-Blind Associates advocates for the rights and needs of its constituents through consumer advocacy and community-building events. John Washington and Sue Etheridge started the group as a consumer organization in 1983, but it expanded to offer annual conventions and retreats to help reduce the isolation that can result from living with communication obstacles. Conferences promote new technologies and advocate for individual rights, and the Camp Dogwood Deaf-Blind Weekend Retreat provides a much-needed space for deaf-blind adults to socialize, share stories, and participate in life-skills classes, sporting events and dances, and outings to local shopping centers or the lake. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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    264 St. Lawrence Way
    Clayton, NC US
  • Triangle Family Services
    For more than 70 years, Triangle Family Services (TFS) has helped families in need by working to eliminate family violence, improve financial stability, and promote emotional well-being. The non-profit coordinates diverse programs, including consumer credit counseling services, individual and family counseling, and medication management. Numerous volunteers and partner organizations help keep TFS running, along with the patronage of the general public during special events such as the family-centric Tea with Santa, taking place on November 29 at The Umstead Hotel and Spa from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., and an adults only evening gala located the same night from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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    100 Woodland Pond Drive
    Cary, NC US
  • The Center For Volunteer Caregiving
    The Center for Volunteer Caregiving helps Wake County seniors and adults with disabilities maintain their independence and quality of life by providing services such as transportation and home visits. Through its Caregiver Support Program, the center also provides a temporary respite for full-time caregivers who are supporting a loved one with dementia or other disabling conditions. Caregivers can take much-needed time for themselves as trained volunteers offer quality companionship to the family member in need.
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    975 Walnut St
    Cary, NC US
  • General Assembly Chorus
    The General Assembly Chorus lacquers auditory passageways with the lush, soothing harmonies of barbershop numbers and traditional choral arrangements, living up to its distinction as Barbershop Harmony Society's top-rated chorus in the Carolinas for 2010. These skilled songsters will headline the a cappella merriments in the Harmony, Hope, and Healing concerts, raising funds and awareness for the Pretty In Pink Foundation—an organization aiming to provide quality care for North Carolina's underinsured and uninsured breast-cancer patients.
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    2 East South Street
    Raleigh, NC US
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