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Year after year, PRC proudly supports numerous national and local charities. PRC’s employee-led committee, By Change Not Chance (BCNC), chooses a new charity each year. To encourage donations, the Millers donate 30 hours of time off. Employees who donate enter a raffle for that vacation time. PRC’s owners, Steve and Geoff Miller, will match those donations, 100%.

drmThis year, the Durham Rescue Mission was chosen as our spotlight charity. They were chosen for their stellar reputation and focus on the needs of the community in which we live and serve. PRC’s BCNC committee serves in the DRM facilities on a monthly basis.

In the past we have also supported:

  • St. Baldrick’sst_baldricks_foundation_logo

The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-powered charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long, healthy lives. In 2014, PRC adopted this charity and hosted a head-shaving event to raise funds and it remains the most talked about event to date!

  • SAFEchild

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SAFEchild is the only child abuse prevention agency in Wake County working directly with families. SAFEchild offers parent education and support services to families to prevent abuse and neglect, and changes the long-term effects of abuse if it has occurred. PRC’s owners, Steve and Geoff Miller, have supported this charity for many years and served on their board in years past.

 

  • Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project is a charity and veterans service organization that offers a varwwp-logo_bw2iety of programs, services, and events for wounded veterans of the military actions following the events of September 11, 2001. PRC employees and management chose this charity as our spotlight charity in 2014.

 

  • Durham County Department of Social Services

In fall 2014, PRC adopted a family and provided them with a Thanksgiving meal and a very generous gift card to assist them with their financial hardship.

    • Shriner’s Circus

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In 1922, the Shriners dedicated themselves to providing expert medical care for children regardless of the patients’ ability to pay. The Shrine Center in Raleigh hosts an annual Circus to help raise support to fund their mission. PRC has proudly supported this charity for several years and donates their tickets purchased every year to employees and their families to enjoy a day at the circus.

  • Opportunity International

opportunityThis group supports local microfinance organizations that provide innovative financial solutions to empower people, create jobs and build vibrant communities. Their products, services and training enable clients to develop businesses, to save and to insure against an uncertain future. They strengthen and influence value chains to benefit their clients, connect them to viable markets and drive economic progress. They create innovative partnerships to provide complimentary services to their clients. We seek to impact the lives of our clients, staff and supporters. PRC has supported this charity for several years.

  • UNC Educational Foundation

The Educational Foundation, Inc., was chartered December 7, 1938, to provide assistance to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for the following: To offer financial aid to worthy young men and women seeking an education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and to support University programs by providing services and funds for the construction of facilities or purchase of equipment. PRC has supported this foundation for more than 30 years.

  • Army Aviation Association of America, Tarheel Chapter

aaaa_weblogo_285The mission of the AAAA is to support the United States Army Aviation Soldier and Family by providing scholarships to Active and Retired U.S. Army Soldiers’ family members. PRC supports this charity every fall by participating and sponsoring a team in their annual golf tournament.

  • Lung Transplant Foundation

ltIn June 2009, the national Lung Transplant Foundation (LTF) was founded as a non-profit organization by a group of lung transplant recipients from Durham and Chapel Hill, N.C. These recipients from Duke University and UNC Hospitals realized promotion and funding of research to improve the post-lung transplant experience and long-term outcomes was severely lacking, so they created the LTF to tackle one of the most difficult and life-threatening issues facing transplant recipients: chronic rejection or bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome (BOS). PRC has proudly supported this charity for years by sponsoring and participating in their annual golf tournament.

  • Baptist Children’s Home of NC

bchBaptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina is committed to providing the highest quality care to the children and families they serve. A variety of placement and prevention services are available to meet the needs of the individual child and/or family. PRC proudly supports this charity.

  • PRC also makes regular contributions to the foundations of our various clients.
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