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The Salvation Army of Alamance County has a simple motto “doing the most good.” This motto is evident through all the programs and services they offer to the public. One…Read More
Family Abuse Services was established in 1983 to mitigate intimate partner violence in Alamance County. Services and support are provided to victims and their children as needed. In 1985, their…Read More
Allied Churches of Alamance County (ACAC) was founded in 1982 as a collaboration between churches across all denominations in the county to help those experiencing homelessness, lack of food and…Read More
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