Basic Needs (food, clothing)
School Social Workers/Family Specialists play a crucial role in the CHCCS district by removing barriers to children’s academic, social and emotional success through our work with students, families, school faculty/staff, and community support agencies.
Christmas House is the Chapel Hill Service League’s signature annual community project. For more than 50 years, this event has helped to make the holidays brighter for local, financially disadvantaged families.
The Human Rights Center seeks to advocate and provide resources for those who suffer exploitation and abuses of power by working with community organizations and local residents to address the needs of underrepresented communities in the Chapel Hill/Carrboro area. The Human Rights Center serves as an entry point for community and university organizations to work with the Abbey Court community in Carrboro.
The Jackson Center is a public history and community development located at the gateway of the historic Northside of Chapel Hill, NC. The Northside and Pine Knolls neighborhoods are home to an abundant history of life after Reconstruction, under Jim Crow, during Civil Rights Action, and in wake of desegregation. Today, they are one of the most racially, ethnically, and economically diverse neighborhoods in the region.
Social Services provides child care subsidy, child protective services including services to youth in foster care, adolescent parenting program, food and nutrition services (formerly food stamps), Medicaid, school based social workers for at-risk youth, and Work First.
People Offering Relief for Chapel Hill and Carrboro Homes, or PORCH for short, is an all-volunteer, grass-roots, non-profit organization whose mission is to collect more food for the hungry in the community.
TABLE, Inc. is a Carrboro-based hunger relief organization that brings together UNC college students and local community members to feed hungry children in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area.