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Community Work

Community Support Through Local Non-Profits

Devoting your time to support a cause you're passionate about is a decision you won't regret. It enriches your life, familiarizes you with your community, and connects you with people and ideas that positively shape your perspective. Contributing to your community allows personal growth and a deeper understanding of your role within it.

As a locally based business, we view it as our responsibility to reinvest in the communities we serve. We actively contribute both our time and financial support to several non-profits that have not only improved our lives but have also positively impacted our community. Join us in reinvesting in the community through our company—ask us how you can be a part of it!

Verner, a nonprofit in Buncombe County, NC, offers affordable early care and education to 300+ children (birth to five years old). Our holistic learning environments foster thriving families, with active partnerships and community involvement. Currently serving around 250 families, 80% of whom are low-income, at three Buncombe County locations, including a lab school at Warren Wilson College. Verner is the sole Early Head Start provider, partnering with 165 low-wealth EHS children and families.
Manna FoodBank is a private, not-for-profit service organization working to end food insecurity in the 16 counties of Western North Carolina including the Qualla Boundary. MANNA links the food industry to over 200 partner pantries and other human service organizations to get food to thousands of families’ tables. MANNA is an acronym and stands for Mountain Area Nutritional Needs Alliance. We are a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization.
Muddy Sneakers is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit outdoor science education program serving North Carolina’s fifth-grade public school students. Muddy Sneakers introduces students to the wonders of the natural world through experiential outdoor education aligned to North Carolina’s essential science standards. They strive to instill in students a lifelong love of nature and inquiry while enhancing academic achievement, inspiring the joy of living, and reinforcing the interconnectedness of all things.
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