Approved to operate as a 501c3 by the NC Secretary of State in December 2012, 5 Sparrows operates as a public charity and receives its funding from grants, foundations, and individual donations.
Link to GuideStar: https://www.guidestar.org/profile/46-1147723
Many thanks to our generous grantors and supporters who enable us to provide services critical to our mission as lives are being transformed.
Families & friends of Mrs. Mary Nan Thompson
Kiwanis Cape Fear
Daughters of Penelope
Waccamaw Community Foundation, December 2018.
The Dr. Glenward T. Keeney Memorial Endowment of Cumberland Community Foundation, July 2018 for general operating support.
The Riddle Family Foundation, and the J.P. Riddle Foundation as generous sponsor supporters for the Fall 2018 Freedom Gala.
Gala sponsors include: An Affair to Remember, Five-Star Entertainment, Crowned Free, Edward Jones, Fathom Realty, Lane Family, Blackman Family, and the Ingraldi Family.
Mrs. Shannon Pow
LTC & Mrs. Phillip Brown
Mrs. Claudia Canestra
LTC & Mrs. J. Pamplin
The Salinas Family
Mr. & Mrs. Vince Whitley
Mr. Jonathan Vega
Project NO REST, through UNC Chapel Hill School of Social Work designated 5 Sparrows as a pilot site for 2016-2018, awarding $100,000 in collaborative partnership with Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
Waccamaw Community Foundation selected 5 Sparrows through awarding us $25,000 in September 2017 for victim support services and operations.
Manna Church first sponsored 5 Sparrows as a local Ministry Partner in 2013 providing funding to directly support organizational start up and victim services. Coins for Children (C4C) is a ministry of Manna Church that takes collected loose change from donors and puts it towards two anti-trafficking organizations, one being 5 Sparrows.
A heartfelt thank you to our many other monthly sustainers who wish to remain anonymous. You enable us to continue to operate month after month through your generosity.