14-19 High School
Cinderella’s Closet provides formal wear to girls who could not otherwise afford to attend their prom. Through donations of new and gently used formal dresses and accessories, we are able to “Turn Dresses Into Dreams” for juniors and seniors referred to our organization by their school social workers.
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 Coalition is an alliance of organizations, individuals and other stakeholders who work collaboratively to prevent underage drinking and teen drug use by advancing education, strategic enforcement and effective policies and initiatives.
DSI Comedy Theater boasts a local company of 100 active performers in Chapel Hill, NC and a national network of comedians. A dedicated member of its community, DSI supports the greater Triangle region with fundraisers, outreach, and educational opportunities for all ages and abilities.
El Centro Hispano is a resource center dedicated to strengthening the Latino community and improving the quality of life of Latino residents in the Durham, Chapel Hill, and Carrboro communities. In Carrboro El Centro Hispano (El Centro) works to strengthen the Latino community by engaging in youth development.
Extraordinary Ventures is a non-profit that employs adults 15 and up with mental disabilities. Extraordinary Ventures has several business models that employ and sustain a litany of mentally handicapped people. Extraordinary Ventures, Inc. is a nonprofit that provides employment and social opportunities to adults with developmental disabilities.
A Family Resource Center is a warm and welcoming place in the community where any family member can go, not only in times of need, but as a regular part of day-to-day life. Family Resource Centers offer parent education classes, child development activities, parent-to-parent support groups.
Family Support Program (FSP) serves families with children who have special needs through the Central Directory of Resources, an information and referral line. FSP is affiliated with 16 Family Support Network programs across the state of NC that work directly with families with children who have special needs from birth – age 21.
First in Families NC helps individuals that have development disabilities or traumatic brain injuries by providing for families’ self-defined needs. Support can include academic assistance (textbooks or school supplies), funding to pay fees for general programs for children, and assistance in physical labor or household errands
Fusion Youth Radio (at the Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Saving and Making History) is dedicated to furthering equity, inspiring creativity, and promoting dialogue among youth from many different backgrounds by providing them opportunities to tell their stories in their own words.