Weymouth Center For The Arts & Humanities
Friends of Weymouth was incorporated in 1977 and purchased the Boyd House and surrounding grounds in 1979. It is the former home of American novelist, James Boyd and his wife Katharine, a gifted community leader. Today, Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities continues to offer varied cultural events and serenity in its gorgeous gardens.
Southern Pines Youth Rugby
Our youth program includes female and male players from all over Moore County. We have athletes from schools all over the county. With the experience, athleticism and dedication of our Men’s and Women’s teams, we believe we can build a solid program for our youth. We are excited to share our love for rugby and its traditions with our local community.
Southern Pines Women’s Rugby
The Southern Pines Women’s Rugby Team, aka “The Celts”, are a group of 20-25 women, from all walks of life, who come together twice a week to continue growing Rugby. It doesn’t stop there, they also volunteer with local businesses/sponsors and their causes to give back to the community.
Boys and Girls Club of the Sandhills
The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills is to inspire, enable and educate young people from all backgrounds and circumstances to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
Carolina Horse Park
The Carolina Horse Park Foundation (CHP) is a 315 acre, nationally recognized, premiere equine competition venue located in Hoke County, NC. Founded in 1998 as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization by equestrian enthusiasts.
Farley Foundation NC
Farley Foundation mission is to help reduce and ultimately eliminate the unnecessary killing of homeless adoptable animals in Moore County and elsewhere in North Carolina by rescuing animals from public “kill” facilities; providing superior care through extensive socialization techniques, thorough behavioral assessment and comprehensive veterinary services; and locating suitable permanent homes.
A few years ago, due to statewide budget cuts in Education, Moore County Schools lost their elementary school Junior Orchestra Program. The Carolina Philharmonic, together with violinist/educator Karen Lewis, decided to relaunch the program in 2011 with private funding from Philharmonic patrons. Serving around 100 children annually, with beginner, intermediate and advanced classes, they continue to provide orchestra experience for ages 8 and up.