NC CIVIL is Grass Roots Community Development. Our mission is to re-establish and strengthen the social, economic, legal, and political processes in our communities for improved civic life and sustainability.
CIVIL Social Events create platforms where community members can come together to contribute and celebrate positive values that raise group consciousness. Through these events NC CIVIL partners with local promoters and social organizations. Through these partnerships we are able to reconcile cultural values with civic values when they sometimes clash and incorporate those into the social platforms for the community to enjoy.
CIVIL Works Youth Enterprises takes mentoring into the active workforce to build relationships with young men, put in practice a set of working values, and empower our young people to better assume their role as value producers in our society.
CIVIL Talks uses NC CIVIL sponsored media tools to inform and raise the conversation about issues affecting our communities. Tune into our live radio show every Wednesday on ENC96Radio.com, and stay tuned to our updates for special live broadcasts.
The Westgate Project works with at risk young adults by activating and developing them as service leaders in their communities. This project also coordinates partnerships with the larger community resource network for program support. Building the service capacity of our young people makes them stronger community partners, provides opportunities for mentoring, workforce development, and serves our local agencies by helping them strengthen service relationships in our distressed communities.
Visit our new office location at 800 W. 5th St Greenville NC, and see more of our active partnerships at work as we do our part to ensure the delivery of a list of great social services, including but not limited to mentoring and criminal diversion, early literacy and tutoring, GED & college enrollment, small business development.
Consider a Financial Contribution: 90% of our funding has come from active fundraising rather than donors, but as we move into more concentrated programs, those who can commit to scheduled donations will be vital to our success.