Volunteers of America-Carolinas mission is to “uplift and reach all people” in answer to God’s call to change the world through a service of ministry. Founded by social reformers Maud Booth and Ballington in 1896, Volunteers of America is well-stimulated to ensure the effectiveness of the job with fortitude and integrity.
Volunteers of America of the Carolinas, a non-profit organization faith-based, From its service beginnings in 1987, made its stand to “ be wherever we are wanted, and do whatever comes to hand.”
Volunteers of America of the Carolinas through affordable living communities provides housing for families, seniors, and those with disabilities in South Carolina and North Carolina. In 1992, we opened our first affordable housing program which propelled other properties development which grants residents increased independence.
In 27 North Carolina counties, Volunteers of America of the Carolinas serves veterans in need of residential support. VOA Carolinas strive to empower one of the most vulnerable groups in the nation through its employment service and its stable housing program for veterans who are homeless. Our Veterans Programs prove a result-oriented focus to its service with the help of our veteran-centric and founder’s motivation.
Volunteers of America of the Carolinas provides support and health care for elders living in the home so they may continue to live at home. With Senior Community Care of PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) or North Carolina elders residing in Durham, parts of Granville and the North Carolina counties of Wake will receive the comfort and dignity they deserve.