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    Free Rice An Internet word game has generated enough rice to feed 50,000 people for one day. The game, FreeRice, tests the vocabulary of participants. For each click on a correct answer, the website donates money to buy 10 grains of rice. Companies advertising on the website provide the money to the WFP to buy and distribute the rice. FreeRice went online in early October and has now raised 1bn grains of rice.
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    4-H camps outdoor porgrams
    camp durant cub day camp
    Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina: Home Sadly, hunger remains a serious problem in central and eastern North Carolina. More than 400,000 people in the Food Bank's 34-county service area struggle each day. Nearly 30 percent of the people served by the Food Bank’s network are children, and another 18 percent are elderly. Thirty-eight percent of the families served are the “working poor” – people who work hard and still have to choose between eating and other basic necessities such as medicine and housing.
    Moore County, NC Chapter of the American Red Cross, in Southern Pines NC Volunteers are the heart of our mission, creating the foundation for all of our services. The Red Cross proactively recruits, trains and places volunteers who make invaluable contributions, from the front lines of a disaster to the background of office support.
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    moore county Moore County Relay for Life
    sandhills coalition Sandhills/Moore Coalition for Human Care "helping nighbors In need"
    united way moore county united way moore county
    North Carolina State Highway Patrol  
    Arts Council of Moore County Arts Council of Moore County
    House in the Horseshoe 324 Alston House Rd., Sanford, NC 27330. (910) 947-2051
    Recreation & Parks  
    Town Creek Indian Mound Used by the Muskhogean speaking Indians of the Pee Dee area approximately 300 years ago, this ceremonial burial site has been archaeologically restored and offers a museum containing many relics of the past (910) 439-6802.
    Moore County Historical Association Moore County Historical Association is to promote awareness and appreciation of the heritage of Moore County through its houses, furnishings, books, documents, tours and services.
    sunrise (910) 692-3611
    Malcolm Blue Farm and Museum The Malcolm McMillan Blue home was built over 170 years ago when the Sandhills was known as "The Pine Barrens" because it consisted of sandy hills covered with giant virgin pines, barren of undergrowth, and of settlers struggling to carve a home in the wilderness. It is one of the few remaining examples of 19th century Scottish homes which dotted the area. The 1825 farmhouse along with the grist mill, stable, corn crib, tobacco barn, water tower and windmill complete the farmstead.
    Contributions and group reservations are accepted at PO Box 603, Aberdeen, NC 28315-0603. Telephone (910) 944-7685, (910) 944-7558 (Museum) or (910) 944-9483
    State wide
    National Meals on Wheels Association, N. C  
    MADD North Carolina Charter Office
    American Cancer Society, Inc
    American Cancer Society, Inc
    National MS Society TMS stops people from moving. The National MS Society exists to make sure it doesn't.
    Walk Now for Autism all kinds of cooking dutch ovens, camping, home, holidays and/ theme cooking, other country too a-z cooking (great site)
    march of dimes March of Dimes - Pregnancy, Babies, Prematurity
    Red Cross
    Habitat for Humanity
    Mothers Against Drunk Driving

    The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.
    Dutch Oven Society
    Dutch oven tips
    Animal Adocates of moore county  
    companion animal clinic of the Sandhills Foundation, Inc The Companion Animal Clinic (CAC) of the Sandhills of North Carolina (NC) is dedicated to reducing the population of unwanted animals in the state and eliminating the euthanasia of abandoned and unwanted animals in our region through a proactive spay/neuter program, community education, and volunteer involvement. CAC works with local veterinarians, existing rescue and adoption organizations, surrounding county governments, and the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine to accomplish its mission.
    Friends of the Mountains to Sea Trail
    North Carolina
    The Mountains to Sea Trail (MST) of North Carolina is a 935+ mile trail consiusting of footpaths, roads, and state bike routes. This trail started in 1973 when the North Carolina General Assembly passed the North Carolina Trails System Act. FMST's efforts are underway so that one day a complete foot trail will reach across the state, from the Mountains to the Sea.
    Appalachian Trail Conservancy  
    Wildlife and / or conservation
    World Wild Life
    Endangered Species at World Wildlife Fund. At WWF, we are the leader in wildlife conservation and preservation of animal habitats around the world. Join World Wildlife Fund and support our conservation efforts.
    United States Equine Rescue League
    We rescue abused, neglected, or abandoned equines (hourse); provide them with care and rehabilitation; and finally find them a compatible, loving home
    sandhills land
    Moore County
    The Sandhills Area Land Trust is a community-based non-profit organization that offers assistance and education to help the public and landowners find ways to protect their lands and natural resources in the face of ever-growing development pressure. We operate in Cumberland, Moore, Hoke, Scotland, Richmond, and Harnett Counties to protect land, water, natural open space, and farmlands. Our aim is to save the Sandhills landscape heritage for future generations.
    North Carolina
    Sustainable Sandhills is a model for regional sustainability planning that preserves natural resources and enhances economic development, improving the quality of life in the region
    for current and future generations.
    Leave No Trace
    Leave No Trace is an national and international program designed to assist outdoor enthusiasts with their decisions about how to reduce their impacts when they hike, camp, picnic, snowshoe, run, bike, hunt, paddle, ride horses, fish, ski or climb.
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