Reusing furnishings, Renewing lives
The Green Chair Project is a non-profit created to be a donation receptacle for your gently-used household furnishings that can be reused by those in need throughout our community. Through The Green Chair Project, the Raleigh community now has a meaningful way to recycle their donated furnishings directly in to the hands of those in need of filling homes that would otherwise be without, while at the same time reducing waste in our landfills.
Interested in Green Chair? Check out their website Here
RECYCLING CARS, CHANGING LIVES
Wheels4Hope is a non-profit, faith-based car donation program that recycles cars and changes lives. Our mission is to provide affordable, reliable transportation to low-wage families and individuals who are referred to us by one of our partner agencies.
Interested in Wheels4Hope? Check out their website Here
Building a Stronger Community by Strengthening the Family
Since 1937, Triangle Family Services (TFS) has served as a safety net for the community. TFS’ accomplishes its mission of, “Building a Stronger Community by Strengthening the Family”, through its commitment to empower families physically, mentally and financially.
Interested in Triangle Family Services? Check out their website Here
Compassionate medical care for our working neighbors
Alliance Medical Ministry (AMM) is a faith-led non-profit organization whose mission is to serve working uninsured adults of Wake County in need of affordable health care.
Interested in Alliance Medical Ministry? Check out their website Here
Empowering Women on a journey toward self-sufficiency
Dress for Success is a non-profit that empowers under-employed and unemployed women by providing a network of support, professional attire, and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Interested in Dress for Success? Check out their website Here
Providing Pride and self-confidence in men
G.G.’s Closet provides appropriate interview attire for the men within the Employment Training Workshop at StepUp Ministry.
Interested in G.G.'s Closet? Check out their website Here