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Animal Advocates of Moore County is committed to all aspects of animal welfare including spay/neuter, animal cruelty, and animal rescue, accompanied by community education and diligence toward humane legislation. We promote compassion and protection for all animals.
Animal Advocates of Moore County is not a shelter. It is an organization dedicated to the animals and animal-loving people of Moore County.
CAC Foundation is a volunteer organization dedicated to eliminating the euthanasia of abandoned and unwanted animals in our region through affordable spay/neuter. CAC Foundation works with local veterinarians, rescue and adoption organizations, county governments, and the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine to accomplish its mission.
The mission of Meals on Wheels of the Sandhills, Inc. is provide a hot, nutritious, diet-specific mid-day meal, Monday through Friday (including all weekday holidays) to homebound individuals who are unable to prepare a meal or do not have someone to prepare a meals for them and whom reside in the towns of either Aberdeen, Pinebluff, Pinehurst and Southern Pines.
MMIA’s Mission, Vision, and Core Values are at the root of the organization:
• MISSION: Dedicated to assisting veterans with disabilities, members of the Armed Forces and their families.
• VISION: To set the standard of support for our veterans with disabilities, members of the Armed forces and their families by engaging neighbors, business and organizations.
• CORE VALUES: Accountability, Dedication, Honor, Integrity, Patriotism, Service.
MIRA Foundation USA, Inc. is a non-profit corporation established to provide guide dogs for eligible blind children between the ages of 11 and 17, completely free of charge. MIRA is the only organization in the US that provides guide dogs to children under the age of 17. In addition, we provide ongoing seminars for families of blind children with reference to daily living skills, psychology of blindness, what to emphasize in orientation and mobility training in preparation for a guide dog. - See more at: http://www.mirausa.org/#sthash.JSjLf8ee.dpuf
To advocate for our Military Community and connect it to the Nation we serve. Supporting the Military Family, providing both Scholarships and Outreach Programs.
The Linden Lodge Foundation, Inc., an all volunteer organization, is dedicated to the recovery of men and women with a serious and persistent mental illness by providing opportunities for our residents to live, work, and learn, while contributing their talents through a community of mutual support. We do this through providing a safe, “home-like” residence and the development of innovative motivational, educational and vocational prospects.
Our goal is to provide a high quality of life for all residents, ongoing improvement and increased self-esteem and the ultimate elimination of stigma against those with a mental illness. Residents, staff and volunteers work side-by-side to develop treatment plans, set goals and discover ways to successfully realize them. Success depends upon our ability to inspire partnerships between residents, staff, board members, volunteers, organization partners, medical providers and the larger community.
Supporting the work of multiple charities in Moore County and the world eradication of Polio.
We are please to report that The Companion Animal Clinic Foundation received $1,184.25 from this event!
We are pleased to report that The MIRA USA Foundation received $1,600.00 and The Rotary Club of the Sandhills received $400.00 from this event!
We are pleased to report that The Linden Lodge Foundation received $4,183.13 from this event this total includes an additional donation of $500.00 from Vision 4 Moore AND Meals on Wheels of the Sandhills received $8,927.30 from this event this total includes an additional donation of $500.00 from Vision 4 Moore.
$13,110.43 is the total amount donated from this event!
We are pleased to report that both The MIRA Foundation USA and Animal Advocates of Moore County received checks for $1,607.85