Advocates for 100% of Rockingham County
Serving as a consistent and persistent partner with individuals, groups, and institutions for the betterment of 100% of Rockingham County and beyond.
Discussions & Insights
12pm March 14:
12pm March 28th:
North Carolina Employee Ownership Center #deepdive
NC 100's Current Board of Directors
Chelsea Cromartie, Ed. D
Heather Settle, MSW, LCSW
Merald Holloway (He/His/Him)
Rural North Carolina Economic Development and Health Equity Champion
Michael L. Farmer
Vickie C. Bannerman, Ed.D. (She/Her)
NC 100 is a non profit organization focused on mapping and identifying opportunities to enrich 100% of our communities, using strategies influenced by experts inside and outside of Rockingham County, building new platforms for collaboration and accelerating change.
Where Leadership, Community, and Illumination converge…
NC 100, in partnership with banks and credit unions produce community and school based simulations that ignites passion for financial literacy and experiential learning.
* NC 100 is a Convener and Agitator, dedicated to helping dismantle barriers to achieving equity through partnership and thoughtfulness.
WHO WE ARE
Building new platforms for collaboration and accelerating change.
NC 100 is a not for profit organization based in Rockingham County, NC connected to and working directly with local and statewide leaders that believe in the power of community organizing and extending networks as an avenue for supporting education, workforce development, and community service.
Rockingham County High School Alumni Unite
Tyesha Pickard - former NC 100 intern
“Throughout my internship. I had the chance to improve my networking skills by conducting relational meetings with different people of other non-profit organizations, learning about grant writing, and learning how to plan and direct ideas into action.”
Tango Moore - Grants Manager, Reidsville Area Foundation
“NC 100 provides community support and services directly aligned with two of our organization’s funding priorities: education and community development.”
Frequently asked questions
Wondering about something? Here are our answers on the most common questions we get.
How can folks help?
Resources, Funding, or Volunteering helps the most. Our work is supported by our many donors, volunteers and friends in NC, but also by organizations like the Reidsville Area Foundation, BB&T Foundation, and Z Smith Reynolds Foundation.
Where are you located?
We want to support all of Rockingham County, but now most of our current work is centered in Reidsville, NC, developing a programs for 6th graders with hopes of developing a leadership curriculum that grows, following participants through graduation.
Are my donations tax deductible?
We know there are a lot of worthy causes in the world, so thank you for helping us provide access to opportunity and building stronger communities. Our organization is 501(c)3 (determination letter is accessible by request) and all donations to this work are 100% tax deductible under IRS Tax Code 170.