A Therapist Like Me is a non-profit, 501(c)3 dedicated to connecting minority-identifying clients to minority-identifying therapists, advancing therapists of color, providing financial gifts to minority-identifying clients for psychotherapy, reducing societal stigma surrounding mental health, and supporting our community.
The JCC has been the home for Jewish life in Western North Carolina since 1940, and today we continue to be a vibrant and diverse community of people. The Asheville JCC strengthens Jewish identity, celebrates Jewish culture and builds community through a wide variety of programs for people from all backgrounds, at every stage of life.
The mission of the Asheville-Buncombe Community Land Trust (ABCLT) is to establish permanently affordable residential, commercial, and community spaces that empower Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and low- to moderate-income residents to build social, economic, and cultural capital.
BeLoved Asheville creates innovative solutions to some of the toughest challenges we face as a community. They try to put love into action daily through these solutions to make our community better. BeLoved Asheville provides opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds to use their voices, skills and unique gifts to transform their lives and communities.
Bend the Arc is a movement of tens of thousands of progressive Jews across America who are working together to achieve our vision: to transform our country to be inclusive, equitable, and supportive of the dignity of every person across race, class, gender and faith.
The Campaign for Southern Equality is working to build a South where LGBTQ people are equal in every part of life. A South where your zipcode doesn’t determine your rights. Where all of us are free to be who we truly are and love who we truly love.
Carolina Jews for Justice combines advocacy and education to organize a non-partisan Jewish voice for justice in North Carolina. CJJ is a grassroots network committed to creating a more just, fair, and compassionate North Carolina. They build relationships where people help each other because individuals have a profound responsibility for the well-being of the whole.
Center for Participatory Change (CPC) ignites collective power, transforms systems of oppression and creates intersectional spaces for healing in Asheville, NC.
The Compañeros Inmigrantes de las Montañas en Acción (CIMA) connects, strengthens and organizes communities to take action for immigrants’ rights in Western North Carolina. As a Latinx led organization, their efforts have focused on resisting oppression and mobilizing for a “positive place” for targeted and Latinx communities, one in which families can live their lives without fear of sudden detainment or deportation.