Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central North Carolina: enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. 919-690-0036
Bridges of Hope Outreach: provides year round afterschool and summer tutorial programs to youth in Franklin County to learn life skills, health and wellness. 919-494-2826
Franklin County Schools: to be an innovative school system committed to excellence for all. the United Way will provide $25,000 in teacher grants this year in addition to school supplies and many other services. 919-496-2600
NC Literacy Corp: The United Way has partnered with Boys & Girls Club to bring a Tutorial and Academic Enrichment Literacy Corp program to Franklin County.
Franklin County Department of Social Services: serves the community through the effective delivery of family-centered services, which will promote and achieve self-sufficiency and enhance the quality of life for its entire people. The Care and Share Program provides supplemental and emergency food assistance to Franklin County residents. Home Mobility Aid provides assistive devices and equipment to blind and disabled Franklin County residents. Happy Camper provides financial assistance to Franklin County youth who would otherwise be unable to attend camp. 919-496-8103
Legal Aid of North Carolina: provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income individuals in order to ensure equal access to justice and remove legal barriers to economic opportunity. 919-686-6396
NC 211: is the place to call or search when you need help for yourself, your family or someone you know. Dial 211 or search nc211.org to connect with a network of more than 18,000 resources across North Carolina that offer care, solutions, support and hope when you need it most. 211