Ready to power up your skills and secure your future?
Register now and join our HVAC/Multi-Family Maintenance Training class starting on January 29, 2024!
This opportunity brought to you by Charlotte Area Fund is more than just a class – it’s a stepping stone to a rewarding career in a rapidly growing market.
In alignment with CAF’s annual business luncheon held on Thursday, December 14, 2023, the event was aptly themed “Connect, Collaborate, Coordinate — Celebrating 60 years of Charlotte Community Action.” It was a reflective gathering that honored the agency’s national influence and local impact. We share photos and other highlights on this momentous occasion.
Programs & Initiatives
We partner with our clients to help envision a better future for their family, then build a plan to get there. Charlotte Area Fund’s programs are designed to meet clients where they are, using a whole family approach that targets the unique needs of each person through wrap-around services.
Helping Homes Fund (HHF)
We meet the needs of Renters and Homeowners through Duke Energy’s HHF program. This is a free weatherization assistance program to help income-qualified Duke Energy North Carolina customers lower their energy bills, address energy-related health and safety issues, and improve the overall energy efficiency of their residences.
Upcoming News & Events
Stay up-to-date with the latest happenings by checking out recent news, upcoming events and programs.
Poverty shouldn’t define an individual or community. For more than 65 years, Charlotte Area Fund has provided equitable resources and support so that people can build a thriving life for their families. Learn how we are working with families to change lives – and how you can support this work.
Learn more about how you can get involved through a range of volunteer opportunities. Share your time with Charlotte Area Fund to help more area families achieve a better life for their own family.
Read Our Success Stories
See how Charlotte Area Fund program graduates are finding success and creating opportunity for their own families.
“In high school I knew that I wanted to be in the medical field, but didn’t want to go through years of school. I am so thankful to have been blessed by Ms. Debra and the Charlotte Area Fund with the opportunity to get dental training. I really like that I can continue to help heal people.– Ashley Scott
When Mejih learned about CAF from a resource fair at the Men’s Shelter, he was excited to work towards his goal of home ownership. Support from his case manager enabled him to get training, purchase a car, find work as a welder and move into his own apartment.– Mejih Ache
When Julie fell on hard times, CAF enrolled her in workforce readiness classes, then helped her find a culinary apprenticeship at Goodwill Industries. Julie’s ‘can do’ attitude resulted in a full-time position with Goodwill and a home of her own.– Julie