The Alliance is dedicated to serving the community by providing the highest quality nonjudgmental care. We do this through our testing, food pantry, and CLEAR program as well as various support groups. We believe that treating people with dignity and love is the best medicine.
The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina was founded in 1980 as the Community Food Bank, the first food bank in the state. The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina provided start-up funds prompted by its concern about an increasing problem of homelessness and hunger in Raleigh and its surrounding communities.
With a two-generational approach, the goal is to move vulnerable families toward educational success, economic security, and family well-being; it has a proven track record through the Harlem Children’s Zone, the Ascend Network, and in other communities around the nation. This work seeks to establish economic security for adults, household stability for the family and an environment that supports healthy, educated children.
Since 1985, Habitat Wake has partnered with more than 600 families, donors and volunteers to build safe, affordable, energy-efficient homes in all parts of Wake County.
The Green Chair Project is a non-profit organization that collects donated furnishings for people transitioning from homelessness, crisis or disasters.
The mission of Camp Corral is to transform the lives of children of wounded, injured, ill, and fallen military heroes by providing a unique summer camp experience.