Organizations Of Interest
Asheboro City Schools
Serving students in the City of Asheboro - approximately 4,600 students with five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school; 5-star Pre-School; and Alternative Learning Center for students that need a special setting to learn.
Dr. Aaron Woody, Superintendent
1126 S Park St
Website: Asheboro City Schools
Downtown Asheboro Inc
Downtown Asheboro, a North Carolina Main Street program, is tasked with historic preservation and design, promotions, business recruitment, and business assistance for the downtown area.
137 S Fayetteville St
Website: Downtown Asheboro
NC Zoo Volunteer Office
Experience the NC Zoo in a way like never before ... as a Volunteer! Volunteers enrich the Zoo with their enthusiasm, knowledge and dedication. They provide visitors with meaningful and engaging information about the Zoo's living collections in a way that conveys environmental messages relevant to people's lives.
Victoria Lambeth, Volunteer Coordinator
4401 Zoo Parkway
Website: NC Zoo Volunteer Opportunities
NC Zoological Society
The NC Zoological Society is a private, 501(c)3, non-profit organization that supports the conservation, education, research and recreation missions of the North Carolina Zoo. The NC Zoo Society funds Zoo programs that conserve wildlife, protect wild environments, conduct research and provide recreational experiences that strengthen the bonds between people and wildlife. The Society also funds Zoo programs that protect the well-being of animals that live in zoos or in the wild.
Cheryl Turner, Executive Director
4403 Zoo Parkway
Website: NC Zoo Society
Piedmont Triad Film Commission
Filming in North Carolina offers attractive experienced crews, unique locations, a temperate climate and a film-friendly community. Here in the Piedmont Triad, the Piedmont Triad Film Commission makes the business of filmmaking easier with a customer-focused commitment to project success.
Rebecca Clark Mills, Executive Director
717 S Marshall St, Ste 105-F
Website: Piedmont Triad Film Commission
Piedmont Triad Partnership
Working to leverage the identity, resources, and future of the Piedmont Triad Region as a world-class business location, the Piedmont Triad Partnership, a private, non-profit economic development organization, markets this 11-county region domestically and internationally.
Stan Kelly, President & CEO
416 Gallimore Dairy Rd, Ste M
Website: Piedmont Triad Partnership
Piedmont Triad Regional Council
The Piedmont Triad Regional Council (PTRC) is one of 16 regional councils in North Carolina. They are designated by the State of North Carolina to serve as the lead regional organization for the Piedmont Triad and serve 73 member governments in a 12-county area including Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Guilford, Montgomery, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, and Yadkin.
Matthew Dolge, Executive Director
1398 Carrollton Crossing Dr
Piedmont Triad Regional Water Authority
The Piedmont Triad Regional Water Authority (PTRWA) oversees the Randleman Dam and Regional Reservoir in Randolph and Guilford Counties maintaining a safe and dependable water supply for North Carolina's Piedmont Triad region.
Greg Flory, Executive Director
7297 Adams Farm Rd
Randolph Arts Guild
The Randolph Arts Guild is a multi-action, multicultural nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the citizens of Randolph County with the means to express themselves through the visual, literary, and performing arts.
123 Sunset Ave
Website: Randolph Arts Guild
Randolph Community College
Randolph Community College, a member institution of the North Carolina Community College System, is a public, two-year, comprehensive, community college established to serve the citizens of Randolph County and beyond.
Dr. Robert S. Shackleford Jr., President
629 Industrial Park Ave
Website: Randolph Community College
Randolph County Economic Development Corporation
The Randolph County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is a non-profit organization utilizing public and private funds to promote Randolph County's economic future. The EDC works with new and existing industry for the creation of new jobs, the expanded tax base in the county, and a stronger local economy.
Kevin Franklin, President
176 N Fayetteville St
Website: Randolph County EDC
Randolph County Public Library
The Randolph County Public Library system consists of seven libraries located in Asheboro, Archdale, Franklinville, Liberty, Ramseur, Randleman, and Seagrove. The library system‘s 200,000-plus books, videos, and other holdings are listed on their computerized Public Access Catalog and can be accessed from any of the libraries, and from outside the library via the internet. All library locations offer public computing including Internet, word processing and access to NC LIVE. Services include Reference, Children‘s, Young Adult, Extension Services, Dial-A-Story, the Randolph Room, and meeting facilities.
Ross Holt, Director
201 Worth St
Website: Randolph Library
Randolph County Schools
The Randolph County School System serves 17,500 students with 17 elementary schools, seven middle schools, six high schools, and one early college high school.
Dr. Stephen Gainey, Superintendent
2222-C S Fayetteville St
Website: Randolph County Schools
Randolph County Senior Adults Association
Randolph County Senior Adults Association is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3)organization, serving Randolph County since 1975. It is an organization of individuals who are interested in improving the quality of life for Randolph County residents who are 50 years of age and older, and in serving as advocates on their behalf.
Operating four senior centers located in Asheboro, Archdale, Liberty, and Randleman, they provide more than 26,000 congregate meals for nearly 250 seniors in Randolph County and serve close to 70,000 home-delivered meals to 400-plus home-bound seniors. These four centers combined average 5,000 activities each year. This includes parties, line dancing, bingo, quilting, baseball tickets, senior games, crafts, and exercise classes.
Regional Coordinated Area Transportation System (RCATS) in Randolph County provides transportation for thousands of trips for seniors and the general public. Nearly 900 disabled and elderly riders contribute to an average of 58,800 additional trips in the county.
Martha Ogburn, Executive Director
347 W Salisbury St
Website: RC Senior Adults Association
Randolph Hospital is proud to be a nationally recognized facility for the quality care it provides each and every day to the communities it serves. As healthcare continues to change and evolve, one thing will remain constant—Randolph Hospital is dedicated and committed to providing you, your family, and visitors to the Heart of North Carolina with the best-quality care whether through outpatient services, maternity care, inpatient hospitalization, emergency department visits, home health care and much more.
April Thornton, Director of Public Relations
Steve Eblin, Chief Executive Officer
364 White Oak St
Website: Randolph Hospital
A place where children, adults and families can come to enjoy themselves while participating in programs that strive to instill the Christian values of respect, honesty, caring and responsibility.
Patrick O'Hara, General Director
343 NC Highway 42 N
Website: Randolph-Asheboro YMCA
RC Historic Landmark Preservation Commission
The Randolph County Historic Landmark Preservation Commission (RCHLPC) serves as Randolph County's official body to identify, preserve, and protect the county's historic landmarks, and educate the public about those resources, as well as historic preservation in general.
- Natural heritage and related historical landmarks are some of Randolph County's most valued and important assets
- Conservation and preservation of historical landmarks can enhance the quality of life for residents and can foster economic development by helping to sustain heritage tourism resources
- The RCHLPC Board meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 2 PM in the Commissioner's Meeting Room of the 1909 Randolph County Courthouse, located at 145 Worth Street, Asheboro.
L. McKay Whatley, Chairman of the Board
201 Worth St
Seagrove Area Potters Association
The Seagrove Area Potters Association is dedicated to promoting and marketing the historical, geographical pottery community that works and resides in Randolph, Moore, and Montgomery counties.
Fred Johnston, Chairman
PO Box 309
United Way of Randolph County
United Way of Randolph County's vision is to make this community a better place to live for all its residents. By working with nonprofit partners, area businesses, community leaders, and volunteers, they create significant community change in all of Randolph County.
Elizabeth Mitchell, Chief Professional Officer
363 S Cox St
Website: United Way of Randolph