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    NCCU and UNC-Chapel Hill partner to revive veterans clinic

    This partnership will support the universities’ joint effort in assisting active military personnel, veterans and their families who might otherwise not be able to afford proper legal representation.

  • Jonathan Reckford stands in near a construction site.

    225 years of Tar Heels: Jonathan Reckford

    Carolina alumnus Jonathan Reckford is helping to eliminate barriers to affordable housing worldwide as the CEO of Habitat for Humanity.

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    The University for North Carolina

    Students, faculty and staff dedicate thousands of hours each year to helping our communities by performing service projects and participating in outreach programs while also making community-changing discoveries and creating a better future for all of North Carolina through research.

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    ‘Hope grows here’

    Carolina's Farm at Penny Lane operates the 40-acre property just six miles south of campus to provide services to approximately 2,000 people in the Triangle area with serious mental health conditions, addictive disorders or intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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    Preparing North Carolina’s future leaders

    UNC-Chapel Hill is strengthening the state's public institutions and supporting local communities through the School of Government's Lead for North Carolina program. Lead for NC recruits, train and places promising young leaders in paid local government fellowships.