We work in partnership with dozens of organizations who provide services to those in need. Follow the links below to learn more about these agencies and discover ways to be involved in this important work.
Visit this page for details about these partner organizations addressing the need for safe shelter and affordable housing:
- Habitat for Humanity
- Charlotte Family Housing
- Roof Above
- Room in the Inn
- YWCA Families Together and Women in Transition
- Safe Alliance
- Supportive Housing Communities
Visit this page for details about these ministries and partner organizations who feed the hungry and work to end the cycle of poverty:
- The ROC
- Crisis Assistance Ministry
- Matthew 25 Casserole Ministry
- Friendship Trays
- Loaves and Fishes
- The Society of St. Andrew Gleaning Network
Children and Education
Visit this page for details about these partner organizations serving children in our community:
- Rama Road Elementary School
- Freedom School
- The Learning Collaborative
- A Child's Place
- Charlotte Bilingual Preschool
- Foster Village
- Thompson Child and Family Focus
Visit this page to find details about our mission partners serving the world beyond Charlotte:
- Glory Ridge
- Costa Rica
- Episcopal Relief and Development
Other Partner Agencies and Organizations
HopeWay is an accredited nonprofit mental health treatment facility that provides best practice behavioral health care and education for adults and their families.
Southminster is a non-profit, charitable community that embraces the individual by fostering a quality of life characterized by choice, independence, well-being, spirituality, dignity, privacy, and peace of mind for each person.
CareRing is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing health services for the uninsured, underinsured or those lacking access to affordable, high-quality preventive health care. The organization annually serves more than 7,000 people in Mecklenburg County and is a leader in collaborative efforts to improve community health.
Penick Village was first advanced by Bishop Edwin A. Penick in the late 1950s and found its home in Southern Pines. Ground was broken for the first building in 1962 and the doors opened to residents on April 15, 1964. Since that time, Penick Village has grown to 38 acres. Over the years we added Health Services (Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing) and through recent expansions we now have over 150 Independent Living Residences as well as the Village House, a central hub of sorts for dining, meetings, library, chapel, etc.
Refugee Support Services facilitates programs and intercultural relationships that promote refugee self-sufficiency and enrich our community.
RAIN empowers persons living with HIV and those at risk to be healthy and stigma free.
Thistle Farms is a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to helping women survivors recover and heal from prostitution, trafficking, and addiction. They do this by providing a safe place to live, a meaningful job, and a lifelong sisterhood of support.
Episcopal Farmworker Ministry responds to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families, and actively supports opportunities for them to become self-directive.
Center for Legal Advocacy helps people in the Charlotte, North Carolina, region who cannot afford legal services, but desperately need them. Without legal representation in civil matters, thousands of families can lose access to financial security, healthcare, housing and opportunity.
Dahlia Grove is dedicated to empowering and employing women survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. They provide safe and supportive housing and the opportunity for economic independence. Dahlia Grove offers a two year rent free residential program where their main job is recovery. They provide them with resources for healing and transformation as well offering classes at the home for enrichment and enjoyment.