50+ Nonprofits & Counting
The Ways We Serve
One for All, All for One
Serving Chatham's Seniors — 46 Years On
Not even a pandemic could slow down the Chatham Council on Aging, delivering thousands of meals and providing critical senior services since the beginning. But the Council's work is far from finished, and they need your help. Whether you like to work with your head or your hands, opportunity awaits at the COA.
Healing the Divide: Becoming One
Siler City is in crisis. Years of high unemployment, low wages, and diminishing prospects have taken a toll on this town, and divided our county like never before. Two Chathams have taken hold, but not if Dr. John Duesler and Dr. Albert Reddick have anything to say about it. Volunteer at Becoming One to join the fight for a fairer Siler City.
Protecting Wild Cats: Today and Everyday
Since day one, the Carolina Tiger Rescue's mission has been to save and protect wild cats in captivity and in the wild. By taking on exploitation and investing in education, whole species have a Chatham nonprofit to thank. Now, through the High School Community Service Program, you can encounter wild cats up close and volunteer at the same time. The mission starts now! Are you in?
"Everybody can be great ... because anybody can serve."
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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