We encourage you to learn more about resources in our community that support diversity and multiculturalism, and share UNCW's commitment to inclusion.
- AMIGO Translating and Interpreting Services
1929 Monroe St., Wilmington, NC 28401
Interpreting and translating from English to Spanish and Spanish to English. Referring and giving educated insight on how to reach the Hispanic community. Bilingual and bicultural staff.
- Amigos Internacional
1516 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28401
http://www.amigosinternacional.org (external link)
Community based volunteer outreach organization. Dedicated to increasing awareness of Latinos as an integral and valuable part of the community by promoting cross-cultural understanding, empowering individuals and families, engaging in community activities and advocating for all people.
- Gay Student Center
http://gaystudentcenter.student.com/ (external link)
Web Community and Resources for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Questioning
College Students, High School Students, and teens.
- H.O.L.A.(Helping Our Latin Americans)
PO Box 483, Wilmginton, NC 28402
910-815-3731 or 520-5244
Non-profit organization committed to serving the Hispanic population of the community, comprised of individuals and agencies interested in assessing needs of the people and finding ways to meet those needs.
- Hispanic CD Corp. of SENC
509 Cornelius Harnett Dr., Wilmington, NC 28406
Economic empowerment and training, assisting Hispanic persons who have or want to establish a business or need training or other business assistance.
- Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Wlimington Chapter
PO Box 7625, Wilmington, NC 28406
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, New
Hanover County Chapter (NAACP)
615 Church St, Wilmington, NC 28401
http://outwilmington.com/ (external link)
113 Dock Street Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
OutWilmington Community Center: Informing, supporting, and celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning individuals by providing resources and education for all people working towards an enlightened and diverse community.
- Safe Schools North Carolina
http://www.safeschoolsnc.com (external link)
Safe Schools NC is a statewide partnership of organizations and individuals dedicated to eliminating bullying, harassment, and discrimination on the basis of actual or perceived sexual orientation and gender identity in North Carolina Schools.
- Triangle Native American Society
http://www.tnasweb.org/ (external link)
The Triangle Native American Society (TNAS) is a visionary entity empowering American Indian people residing in the Triangle Community to become resilient leaders advocating for educational advancement, economic sufficiency, self-determination and cultural inclusiveness and awareness by capitalizing and building upon the strengths of the community and the infrastructure that promotes and encourages the blending of diverse groups.