Community & Non-Profit

ABIPA
Dedicated to improving the health of African Americans and all people of color.
http://www.abipa.org
828.251.8364
info@abipa.org
39 S. Market Street, Asheville, NC 28801
Building Bridges
Our goal is to be intentional in respecting diversity within our community.
(828) 777-4585
info@buildingbridges-ashevillenc.org
P.O. Box 63 Asheville, NC 28802
Burton Street Center
Shateisha
Lenoir, Center Director
City of Asheville Website
slenoir@ashevillenc.gov
Burton Street Community Association
http://burtonstreet.org
134 Burton Street, Asheville, NC, 28806
Date My City
Date My City a social organization that seeks to enhance the cultural identity of black communities in Western North Carolina.
Sheneika
Smith
queendom.enterprise@gmail.com
Delta House Life Development
committed to providing wholesome activities, programs, and projects which foster the educational, health, economic, cultural, and social development of students and adults as well as the economically disadvantaged and underprivileged, with the primary focus on the minority community.”
(828) 254-6804
218 South French Board Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801
Dr. Wesley Grant Sr., Southside Center
Community Recreation Center
Randy
Shaw, Center Director
(828) 259-5483
rshaw@ashevillenc.gov
285 Livingston Street, Asheville, NC, 28801
Eagle Market Street Development Corp
http://www.eaglemarketsts.net
828.281.1227
info@eaglemarketsts.net
70 S. Market Street, Asheville, NC 28801
Green Opportunities
http://www.greenopportunities.org
(828) 398-4158
33 Livingston Street
Hood Huggers International
Rebuilding Affrilachia: The Art of Resilience. Hood Tours of historically African American neighborhoods.
DeWayne
Barton
http://www.hoodhuggers.com
828-275-5305
info@hoodhuggers.com