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Rescuing and Loving Those Who Can’t Speak for Themselves
December 19, 2017

Can we donate $10 on your behalf to rescue animals and provide them with a refuge where they can peacefully live out the remainder of their lives? Our agency has joined the Aloha Safari Zoo and is raising funds to help them on their mission to create a loving home for unwanted, mistreated, and injured […]

Filling Backpacks, Feeding Dreams
September 29, 2017

Our agency will donate $10 in YOUR name to provide children with nutritious food during the weekends. We have joined the Backpack Buddies Inter-Faith Food Shuttle program on its mission to serve at-risk children in North Carolina and pack and distribute bags with healthy nutritious food for the weekend. BackPack Buddies is designed to provide […]

Supporting the Fighters, Honoring the Taken
June 14, 2017

Can we donate $10 in YOUR name to help those affected by bladder cancer? Our agency has joined the Triangle Chapter of the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network on its mission to provide information and support to patients, raise awareness through outreach programs, and advance research through collaboration and fundraising. Did you know that bladder cancer […]

Together We Can Design a World Without ALS
March 2, 2017

  Every day, an average of 15 people are newly diagnosed with ALS — more than 5,600 people per year. Since the average life expectancy of a person with ALS is two to five years from the time of diagnosis, there is no time to waste to help those who already have the disease! Amyotrophic […]

Hope, Healing, and a Home Away from Home
February 23, 2017

The Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill is the only North Carolina RMHC serving all 100 counties. It serves as a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children. The Ronald McDonald House offers a place for parents to rest, do laundry, prepare meals and still be nearby the hospital. Some families are at the House […]

Toys for Our Local Children in Need

  Did you know that over 20% of children in North Carolina do not have enough resources to make ends meet? According to official poverty statistics, about 1 in 5 children in Mecklenburg and about 1 in 4 children in Wake County are living in poverty. Thankfully, social safety net programs that focus specifically on helping children […]

Cancer is a Word, Not a Sentence

  Susan G. Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast (Komen NCTC) supports breast health services and education projects for underserved populations in our local community. For individuals affected by breast cancer throughout the 29-county service area, Community Health Grants provide resources for screening and diagnostic mammograms, treatment support, and education. Komen NCTC serves Central […]

Racing to Beat Ovarian Cancer

  After Melanie Parkins Bacheler lost her mother to ovarian cancer, she realized that many women are not aware of the affects of the disease and the financial toll that it can take on a family. She started the Gail Parkins Memorial Walk and 5k Run, now in its 14th year. Every year, over 60% […]

Helping A Mother of 2 to Keep Walking

  Dana George is a mother of 2 girls ages 9 and 14 who is suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, a disease that causes damage to the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Although there is no cure for MS, Dana is seeking funds to help her in receiving a hematopoietic stem cell transplant […]

Helping Homeless Pets Find A Home

  The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Wake County is an organization that takes in over 3,200 animals a year and provides them with food, love, attention, medical care and behavioral support while they wait to find an adoptive home. SPCA of Wake County prides themselves in being a no-kill […]