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TLG Supports Nonprofit Awareness Month

November is North Carolina’s statewide Nonprofit Awareness Month.

Thanks to Associate Debbie Palat’s close work with the Guilford Nonprofit Consortium and other nonprofit organizations, we at The Lattitude Group are doing what we can to help.

Please follow the below links to learn more.

The following are some of the many nonprofit organizations that we have worked with over the years.

  • Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community
  • The Arc of Greensboro – A member organization that promotes and advocates for opportunities that empower people with developmental disabilities to have choices as they live their lives in the community.
  • Bell House - A nonprofit agency that provides a unique residential setting for adults with ortho-neurogical disabilities.
  • Downtown Greensboro - An economic development organization focused on stimulating investment and activity in the center city.
  • Family Service of the Piedmont – A nonprofit focused on building safe and healthy families and strong communities by providing counseling, victim services, prevention services, and community education.
  • Friends Homes – Two not-for-profit continuing care retirement communities in Greensboro, NC, founded by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).
  • Greensboro Children’s Museum
  • HandyCapable Network - A nonprofit dedicated to providing developmentally disabled adults with meaningful work in a nurturing facility.
  • Junior League of Greensboro - An organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
  • LeadingAge North Carolina – An association of 63 member communities statewide that include continuing care retirement communities, assisted living communities, skilled nursing facilities, and affordable housing providers.
  • Peacehaven Community Farm - A sustainable farm located on 89 beautiful acres of organic gardens, rolling pastures, and lush woodlands that connects people with special needs to their community.
  • Sanctuary House - A place of comfort, belonging and inspiration to those who experience a mental illness.
  • Twin Lakes Community – A Continuing Care Retirement Community.
  • Well•Spring - A not-for-profit LifeCare retirement community.

Please seek out the local and national nonprofit organizations that work for a cause you support, and do what you can to help -- funding, labor, and expertise are always needed.