We work, live and play right here in Asheville, NC.
We are honored to serve the community we love by building relationships with local organizations that provide for, educate and unite those in need.
A non-profit, multi-denominational Christian organization. Their purpose is to make known and to serve the spiritual, physical, and financial needs of the people of Nicaragua. They are open to all who are willing to share their God-given gifts and talents with the people of Nicaragua.
Manna Food Bank
MANNA FoodBank was founded in 1982 by the Hunger Awareness Group in Asheville, North Carolina. Food distribution began in 1983 from donated space in the basement of Eliada Home for Children. The following year, MANNA distributed 42,000 pounds of food to 16 agencies. Now, MANNA distributes more than 42,000 pounds of food…every day of the year.
We create innovative solutions to some of the toughest challenges we face as a community. We try to put love into action daily through these solutions to make our community better.
March of Dimes
In local communities across the country, March of Dimes helps moms take charge of their health, and supporting families when something goes wrong.
Hearts with Hands
A charitable organization providing physical, spiritual, medical, economic and other necessary aid to victims of poverty, natural disaster, or famine.
Habitat for Humanity
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Mission Health Philanthropy
The Department of Philanthropy serves the philanthropic efforts across six regional hospital foundations. The Department connects the generosity of the community with strategically formulated programs that provide the structure for a sustainable healthcare model.
The Rathbun House provides lodging and other supportive services in a “home like” environment for patients and or their caregivers coming to Asheville, North Carolina for medical treatment. A house of comfort, hope, support, and love.
Children First/Communities In Schools (CIS) is a local non-profit committed to advocating and empowering children and families living in poverty. Their vision is to help create community where children and youth are highly valued and are provided the maximum opportunity to reach their full potential.