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2023 Guide to Giving

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20 | 2023/2024 Guide to Giving Partnership for Children of Cumberland County, Inc. 351 Wagoner Drive, Suite 200, Fayetteville, NC 28303 910-867-9700 Partnership for Children of Cumberland County has a unified vision: For everyone to live in an economically prosperous community where families are successful and children thrive. With a focus on children birth to 5 years old, Partnership for Children is committed to providing support and programs that advance children's well being, strengthen the early care early education system, and empower families. The Family Resource Center serves as a community hub for connecting families to the information, resources, and services they need to support their child's optimal health and development. The Rick Herrema Foundation, Inc. 5572 Shenandoah Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28304 910-444-1743 The Rick Herrema Foundation (RHF) was created to honor the life of a Fort Bragg soldier, SFC Richard J. Herrema, who gave the ultimate sacrifice in 2006 during Operation Iraqi Freedom. RHF operates Rick's Place, a 50-acre private greenspace for the military. The mission is to strengthen relationships and build community for military families through fun, quality activities. Rick's Place has a play area, picnic area, Family Fun Days, fitness programs, arts, camps, cooking classes and volunteering opportunities! RHF is expanding quality activities with the addition of a fitness trail, a pond, and a new playground. Rape Crisis at The Phoenix Center PO Box 58332, Fayetteville, NC 28301 910-485-7273 Rape Crisis Volunteers of Cumberland County was established in 1974 to provide services to victims of sexual violence. The organization has expanded its services over the last five years to include cold case victim advocacy and intimate partner violence advocacy. The agency is now a state site for the e-filing of domestic violence protection orders. As of 2020, RCVCC also provides services to human trafficking victims. All victims have access to a 24-hour crisis line, hospital and court advocacy, support groups, and individual counseling. All services are free and not contingent on a police report. Operation Engage, Inc. 2224 Winterlochen Road, Fayetteville, NC 28305 910-263-5709 Operation Engage, Inc. began in 2010 with a mission to love and serve "the least of these," feeding their souls, their minds, and their bodies. What began as a simple cookout one Friday night in January 2010 has since continued to be a service to men, women, and children in need every week. The goal of Operation Engage is to not only help those who have so little but also to help those who have so much more see the value in giving back thorough the choices they make every day. Operation Engage

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