Charities & Non Profits in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

There are 19 Charities & Non Profits in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, serving a population of 240,193 people in an area of 133 square miles. There is 1 Charity & Non Profit per 12,641 people, and 1 Charity & Non Profit per 6 square miles.

In North Carolina, Winston-Salem is ranked 71st of 959 cities in Charities & Non Profits per capita, and 62nd of 959 cities in Charities & Non Profits per square mile.

List of Winston-Salem Charities & Non Profits

Find Winston-Salem, North Carolina charities and nonprofits.

A Brighter Path Foundation 7730 North Point Boulevard Winston-Salem, NC

Aids Care Service 1100 West 1st Street Winston-Salem, NC

Amani Childrens Foundation 3279 Robinhood Road Winston-Salem, NC

Art For Art's Sake 630 North Liberty Street Winston-Salem, NC

Babcock Mary Reynolds Foundation 2920 Reynolda Road Winston-Salem, NC

Center For Congregational Health 1920 Queen Street Winston-Salem, NC

Forsyth Correctional Center 307 Craft Drive Winston-Salem, NC

Forsyth County Medical Society 2135 New Walkertown Road Winston-Salem, NC

Grandparenting Program 1130 East 29th Street Winston-Salem, NC

Home Builders Association of Winston Salem 220 Charlois Boulevard Winston-Salem, NC

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation 1401 Old Mill Circle Winston-Salem, NC

Libforall Foundation 4295 Shattalon Drive Winston-Salem, NC

Libforall Foundation 3524 Yadkinville Road Winston-Salem, NC

Piedmont Environmental Alliance 1959 North Peace Haven Road Winston-Salem, NC

Salvation Army 2100 Reynolds Park Road Winston-Salem, NC

Te Deum Foundation 2767 London Lane Winston-Salem, NC

The Rye Foundation 3351 Kirklees Road Winston-Salem, NC

Winston Salem Foundation 860 West 5th Street Winston-Salem, NC

Z Smith Reynolds Foundation 147 Cherry Street South Winston-Salem, NC

About Winston-Salem Charities & Non-Profits

Winston-Salem Charities are not-for-profit organizations that have a philanthropic goal in Winston-Salem, NC. The mission of a Winston-Salem Charity is to benefit the general public through its work, which is often educational, religious, or organized around public interest activities. Charities can include churches, educational organizations, hospitals or medical research organizations, or organizations tied to public universities.

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