Sponsors

Our sponsors are the backbone of this organization. Without them we would not be able to run the various programs that we have!


Programs

We have a wide range of programs from Reading programs to fitness to coat drives. We cater our programs to the needs of our wonderful community.


Donate

Your donations keep our doors open and truly make a difference in the lives of our citizens.


Volunteer

Your time is just as important to us than anything you can provide. It can be challenging to find and keep dedicated individuals or companies to support our community.
Backpack Buddies

Changing Lives: By Building Partnerships

The mission of REACH our Communities, is to provide facilities for the residents to engage in recreational, social, educational, cultural, community service, civic, and governmental activities. The program will provide opportunities for persons of all ages to participate in a wide range of programs that educate and stimulate the public, enhance self-confidence, and promote mental and physical health.

50 coats that were donated to Selma Middle School

50 coats that were donated to Selma Middle School

Public speaking to a local girls mentoring program

Public speaking to a local girls mentoring program

1st Annual community coat giveaway

1st Annual community coat giveaway

Outdoor events with our Summer Program Youth & Volunteers

Outdoor events with our Summer Program Youth & Volunteers

Feed The Community Event

Feed The Community Event

Fuel Better... Feel Better Fitness Program

Fuel Better... Feel Better Fitness Program

 

News & Upcoming Events

Read Johnston County Schools News story of how  REACH Our Communities is impacting our families in big ways.

HUNDREDS IMPACTED BY SELMA COMPUTER GIVE-AWAY

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Results of your volunteering!

Megan Evans

Megan Evans, a senior at Princeton High School, has been selected to serve as a Senate Page for the North Carolina General Assembly.

The week-long program provides high school students the opportunity to become involved in the legislative procedure of the state. Pages assist members of the General Assembly throughout the week by performing various duties including delivering messages, materials, and documents, answering telephone calls, and running errands in the Senate Chamber during daily sessions.

In addition, students are able to observe firsthand the production of laws and gain insight on the significance of the General Assembly. Evans will serve as a Senate Page for Senator Brent Jackson from June 22-25, 2015 and will reside with a host family in Raleigh.

“Megan is truly one of the young people in our world who wants to make a significant contribution to all mankind,” said Evan’s Health Science teacher Pat Deese. “She is an inspiration and a special young lady.”

PHOTO: Megan Evans, a senior at Princeton High School, has been selected to serve as a Senate Page for the North Carolina General Assembly.

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