WHAT DO YOU NEED? Maybe we can help.


If you are an INDIVIDUAL looking for food, shelter, counseling, health care, job training, legal assistance, or other support, call 211 to find the right agency that can help you. 211 is free and confidential, and it’s available all day, every day, in English and in Spanish — and yes, a real, live human being will take your call, even at 2 am! (We’ve tested it.) You can also search for services at www.nc211.org.


If you are an INDIVIDUAL or FAMILY LOOKING FOR DISASTER RELIEF, please contact Interfaith Community Outreach at 252-480-0070, or visit www.interfaithoutreach.com.


If you are a NONPROFIT LOOKING FOR FUNDS, and you serve all or a portion of Dare County or the Outer Banks, you may be eligible to apply for a Community Enrichment Grant. Visit our Grants Pages for details.


If you are a NONPROFIT LOOKING FOR TRAINING, we offer at least two trainings each year for nonprofit volunteers and employees, on topics ranging from grant-writing to volunteer engagement to recruiting great board members. Our next workshop will be announced later this year. Be sure to join our email list and like us on Facebook to get first notice of our offerings. We also recommend the terrific and inexpensive trainings offered by the NC Center for Nonprofits, Duke University’s Nonprofit Management Program, and the Tidewater Community College’s Academy for Nonprofit Excellence. Many of these classes are offered as webinars and self-paced online courses.


If you are a GRADUATING SENIOR LOOKING FOR SCHOLARSHIPS, and you are from Dare County, Currituck County, or Ocracoke, you may qualify for one or more of our scholarships. Please visit our Scholarship Pages for details.


If you are a COLLEGE OF THE ALBEMARLE STUDENT, please contact the College to see if you qualify for any of the scholarship funds we manage for COA students, including the need-based Milton A. Jewell Trade and Technical Scholarship program for continuing education students. The College handles these scholarship applications.




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