Senior PharmAssist

Senior PharmAssist promotes healthier living for older adults in Durham by helping them obtain and better manage needed medications and by providing tailored health education, Medicare insurance counseling, community referrals, and advocacy. Senior PharmAssist is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has been providing services to older adults in Durham since 1994. Senior PharmAssist serves Durham […]

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Urban Ministries of Durham

Urban Ministries of Durham is the primary point of connection for those who are homeless, hungry, or in need in Durham. With the help of nearly 4,000 volunteers, countless donations from the community, and dedicated staff, we serve some 6,000 people each year who come seeking food, shelter, clothing, and supportive services. We are the primary public homeless […]

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Vets To Vets United

Vets To Vets United, Inc. (Veterinarians to Veterans United) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created to unite veterans and dogs for a common goal: improving and saving lives. By pairing veterans with dogs, we seek to: Significantly improve a veteran’s life by providing companionship and/or help with a mental or physical disability. Save the life of […]

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TreesDurham

TreesDurham‘s mission is to maintain a 50% tree canopy cover across Durham City/County while creating a socially just, healthy and sustainable tree canopy. Trees provide us essential benefits, from cleaning our air and water to combatting climate change and boosting biodiversity. Saving, planting and advocating for trees in Durham connects people to nature and helps […]

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SwingPals

SwingPals’ mission is to build a foundation of health and strong character in children facing adversity. SwingPals uses golf as a medium through which students develop mindfulness and self-regulation skills, empowering them to pursue their passion and fulfill their potential to create positive change in their community. The SwingPals’ program goals: Impact the life-long health […]

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South Durham Little League

South Durham Little League is a part of Little League Baseball, Incorporated, a non-profit organization with the mission to “promote, develop, supervise, and voluntarily assist in all lawful ways, the interest of those who will participate in Little League Baseball and Softball.” Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the Little League program assists youth in developing […]

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PORCH-Durham

PORCH-Durham provides supplemental food to children and families of Durham through several programs. Utilizing a volunteer neighborhood-based food drive model, we collect between 4,000-5,000 pounds of food every month. Along with this food and monetary donations and grants, we reach around 2,500 Durham residents monthly. PORCH-Durham’s mission is to support food-insecure children and families of Durham […]

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North Carolina Fallen Firefighters Foundation

North Carolina Fallen Firefighters Foundation leads the effort to remember North Carolina’s fallen firefighters and takes care of families and fire departments who have experienced a firefighter death in the line of duty. The NCFFF endeavors to cultivate a fraternal spirit among the firefighters as they endure the loss of their fellow firefighter. Games are listed […]

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North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

NCCADV leads the movement to end domestic violence in North Carolina. We are a Durham-based, statewide organization dedicated to strengthening the network of people serving survivors of intimate partner violence. NCCADV works with and for survivors, domestic violence agencies, allied professionals, and community partners to create a state safe for all and free from intimate partner […]

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Miracle League of the Triangle

In 2004, after watching a television program about the national Miracle League, local businessmen Robin Rose and Tony Withers were inspired to establish the Miracle League of the Triangle. The goal was simple–provide children with special needs the opportunity to play America’s favorite pastime. Their hope was to have 40 children and at least 100 volunteers […]

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