Click on one of the titles below to learn more about our Granville County Community Partners!
Connect Granville: a grassroots effort to digitally connect the residents of Granville County in the event of an emergency, making us able to receive broadcast messages through Facebook, Twitter, email or cell. A Granville County United Way initiative, Connect Granville has partnered with Granville County Emergency Services to notify local residents of the potential for bad weather, lost children and adults, single-family fires accidents, etc. Connect Granville notifications are posted by Granville County Emergency Management and the Granville County Fire Marshall.
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 in North Carolia that offer care, solutions, support and hope when you need it most.
Made 4 Me: This independent non-profit focuses on enabling people with disabilites through the design and manufacture of innovative solutions, building off a proven model working in New York for over 30 years.
Crisis Needs: Food, Clothing and Shelter
First Baptist Church Creedmoor Food Pantry: provides food and clothing to individuals and families needing assistance with basic needs: fuel and food.
Granville Search and Rescue: assists local authorities in the search for missing persons.
Granville County Single Family Fire Assistance Program: provides immediate emergency relief to anyone affected by disaster (single family fire or natural disaster) regardless of age, gender or cultural background.
American Red Cross: provides immediate disaster relief to anyone affected by disaster - natural disaster, single family fire, etc. - regardless of age, gender or cultural background.
Back Pack Buddies: provides food to students who go without while at home.
Ph: 919-528-2351 or 919-693-5205
Lifeline Outreach: provides food and shelter to homeless women and children in our community.
Boy Scouts: provides high quality youth education through character developent, citizenship training and respect for others.
Cradle to Class Project (Parents as Teachers): is a model to provide parenting support and instruction to high need families with children from birth to age five.
Girls Scouts: provides a program which helps all girls from every background develop the confidence, determination and skills needed to thrive today and reach full individual potential tomorrow.
Granville County 4-H: provides an informal educations program for youth ages 5-19 and adults dedicated to groth and development of participants from all racial, cultural and social backgrounds.
Franklin, Granville, Vance Partnership for Children/Smart Start: ensures that all children enter school healthy and ready to succeed.
OUMC Summer Literacy Program: the goal of this initiative is to reduce the loss of reading skills during the summer break for children (first-fourth grades) already below grade level in reading.
Granville Nutrition Program: provides a nutrition site that serves both congregate site and home delivered meals at lunch to individuals over 60 years old. This program includes nutrition education and support services to seniors.
Senior Services Lifeline: provides installation and payment of monthly fees for a safety device that allows low-income senior adults to get prompt attention in case of an emergency.
Harold Sherman Adult Day Center: provides care to elderly, mentally impaired and disabled individuals and enables them to remain in their homes as long as possible, while providing their caregiver with the much needed and deserved break from providing care.
Ph: 919 690 3273
Financial Literacy Through The Lifespan: provides new programs which address financial literacy needs in audiences ranging from teens to those preparing for retirement.
Ph: 919 693-5205