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The steeple of the historic Reaves Chapel in Navassa, North Carolina, has been restored and returned to the roof. The chapel was built in the mid-nineteenth…

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Dosher Memorial Hospital in Southport, North Carolina, received a $16,000 grant from The Orton Foundation—the North Carolina affiliate of The Moore Charitable Foundation—to purchase a…

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Following years of fundraising and community efforts, restoration at Reaves Chapel has officially begun. Built in the mid-1800s, Reaves Chapel is one of the oldest…

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As world leaders and climate activists gathered in the United Kingdom for COP26, they should have been studying the U.K.’s heavy reliance on the biomass…

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October 15, 2021: In an op-ed for The Fayetteville Observer, “Venus flytrap part of what makes Fayetteville, Wilmington special and is worth preserving,” Moore Charitable…

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A new outdoor interpretive museum opened at the John N. Smith cemetery to honor nearly 2,000 African-Americans who were essential in establishing the Cape Fear…

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Prescribed fire can be used to slow the spread and decrease the intensity of wildfires that are plaguing the western half of our country. Prescribed…

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The Moore Charitable Foundation is committed to defending the vitality of North Carolina’s rivers, streams, and air. Failure by industrial hog operations throughout the state…

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The North Carolina Coastal Federation announces support from the Orton Foundation to mitigate pollution, restore coastal habitats and water quality, and strengthen coastal resilience in the Lower Cape Fear River estuary.

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Since 1992, Towncreek Vision Corporation volunteers have been providing programs and services in the Towncreek-Snowfield community of Leland, North Carolina, to address poverty, hunger, racism, exclusion and health.

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