Partner with Us

Our community partnerships and collaborations provide additional programs, services and opportunities not otherwise available to students.  These programs greatly enhance the work we are doing by expanding the awareness of educational opportunities in our community and encouraging students to stay in school and consider careers they may not have otherwise. We are always searching for new partnerships to help enrich the lives or our students and their families.

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We would love to partner with you to
make a difference in our students' lives.

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Current NeedS:

  • Binders

  • Notebook paper

  • Pencils

  • Glue sticks

  • Printer paper

  • Snacks

Additional open Opportunities:

  • Carolina Hurricanes hockey tickets

  • North Carolina Courage (women) soccer games

  • North Carolina Football Club (men) soccer games


Current Partners

Avent Ferry United Methodist Church & Western Boulevard Presbyterian Church

  • Provide space as in-kind support at an estimated value of $19,800 per site or $39,600 that would otherwise be paid for space and utilities.

  • The churches also provide use of the athletic field for soccer, and space for art and music on Wednesdays.

For more information on Avent Ferry United Methodist Church, please visit http://afumc.com. For more information on Western Boulevard Presbyterian Church, please visit http://wbpresbyterian.com.


Junior League of Raleigh - “Team AWCM”

  • Provide bi-monthly enrichment programs and bi-monthly tutoring for elementary students

  • Provide food for Winter Celebration

  • Provide annual “Kids in the Kitchen” nutrition program

  • Purchased 7 tablets and 1 laptop for elementary program

  • Provided 4 sessions of Theatre4Change for elementary and middle school

  • Worked with Macy’s “Reading Is Fundamental” program to provide 386 books

For more information about the Junior League of Raleigh, please visit https://www.jlraleigh.org.


NC State University

  • Provide on-site and on-campus activities for middle and high school students who have the opportunity to participate in environmental programs and hands-on science experiments, learn simple computer programming and visit a computer science lab.

  • Provide students tours of campus facilities such as the new library on Centennial Campus and the chance to enjoy dinner in a dining hall.

For more information about NC State University, please visit www.ncsu.edu.


Food Bank of Central AND Eastern NC & Interfaith Food Shuttle

  • Provide healthy snacks for the soccer program

  • Provide hot dinner meal for the middle/high school program

  • Provided an upright freezer to store food for hot meals for Kids Cafe program

  • Provided street hockey equipment and basketball goal for the middle/high school program

For more information about the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, please visit www.foodbankcenc.org. For more information on the Interfaith Food Shuttle, please visit www.foodshuttle.org.