Do you ever worry about how the future will look for your loved one with a disability? A solid plan is essential to a safe and secure future for your family member with a disability.
Our next 7 Steps In 7 Sessions begins February 27th. Learn more about this seminar series and how to register.
First In Families of North Carolina's newest corporate partner, GoRealty presents first check to our State Director.
First In Families of North Carolina invites you to support our work while shopping!
Visit the FIFNC funding page to learn how a percentage of your online shopping purchases will be donated to FIFNC, where you can purchase printer ink and have a percentage of your purchase donated to FIFNC, how the donation of your gently used electronics will benefit others in North Carolina ... and more.
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FIFNC partners with Gift Cards for a Cause (GCFC): Purchase gift cards, e-cards, or gift certificates from GCFC, choose to donate to FIFNC and up to 17% of your purchase is donated to FIFNC. Learn more...
FIF staff member and Lifetime Connections member Wanda B. and her son, Remington, a Lifetime Connections and Time Bank member, talking about work and life in the community: Watch the video.
First In Families of North Carolina's Time Bank "social enterprise" featured in recent Philanthropy Journal article.
FIFNC is working with military families who experience developmental disability (DD) or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) to access Family Support and respite resources in 44 counties. Learn more ....
Through a federal grant, FIFNC is working with families - especially Military families - to identify and overcome barriers in finding community help and services related to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Learn more ....