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Ada Jenkins Center
Harold E. Rice, Jr., Executive Director
212 Gamble Street
P.O. Box 1842
Davidson, NC 28036
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Phone: 704 896-0471
Link: Website
Located in Davidson, the Ada Jenkins Center is a community center serving the north Mecklenburg and south Iredell areas with a variety of health, education, and social services.

Our mission is to help people in our community create lasting solutions for economic stability.
Alcoholics Anonymous
Davidson College Presbyterian Church
100 N. Main Street
Davidson, NC 28036
Phone: 704 896-5343
Groups meet as follows: Monday-Friday at 7:15 a.m. in Jetton Hall (Fellowship Hall); Mondays and Fridays at 8:00 p.m. in the church parlor; Saturdays at 7:45 p.m. in Jetton Hall (young adults)
Camp Dogwood
Davidson Lion's Club
P.O. Box 73
Davidson, NC 28036
Phone: 704 804-3657
Contact: Ed Roberts

Camp Dogwood is a 15-week camp for blind people. The Camp is located on Lake Norman at Sherrill's Ford and offers such activities as swimming, horseback riding, dancing, bingo, and water-skiing. Volunteers are needed to work in the dining hall.
Davidson African-American Coalition
Daisy Raeford, Chair
P.O. Box 373
Davidson, NC 28036
Phone: 704 892-7759
The Coalition promotes positive relationships between African Americans and the Davidson community as a whole by launching and supporting cooperative efforts throughout town.
Davidson Community Foundation
Dave Cable
220 N. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28202

Link: website
The Davidson Community Foundation's mission is to enhance the lives of residents of Davidson, NC, now and for generations to come, by working with local leaders and donors to build and deploy a community fund to address Davidson's most pressing needs. This citizen-driven initiative is designed to substantially expand local philanthropy and direct it to where it's most needed.
Davidson Community Players
Matt Merrell, Executive Director
209 Delburg St. Suite 132
PO Box 76
Davidson, NC 28036
Phone: 704 892-7953
Link: Website
The Davidson Community Players (DCP), founded in 1965 by Constance Welsh, seeks to provide members of the community opportunities to participate in, and experience, live theater of good quality throughout the year, particularly in the summer. As the region around the town of Davidson has developed, DCP understands the community in an increasingly broad sense, extending well beyond Davidson to Mecklenburg and even South Iredell counties and the entire Lake Norman area. DCP does not limit itself geographically in seeking talent, participation, or support.

As a community theater, DCP relies on volunteer time and talent to support high quality productions and to provide organizational stability. DCP encourages community participation, entertainment, and education through productions sufficiently diverse to provide both serious theater and light entertainment.
Davidson Cornelius Child Development Center
Jason Jordan, Director
242 Gamble St
Davidson, NC 28036
Phone: 704 892-1228

Located in Davidson, we are a 5-star rated, non-profit child care center that provides high quality, affordable early care and education in a diverse, safe, healthy, and nurturing environment. We believe that all young children should have a chance to learn social and academic skills. Additionally, we believe that we cannot turn children away just because public assistance is not available.
Davidson Farmers Market
Next to Town Hall between Main and Jackson Street
Davidson, NC 28036

Every Saturday morning from May through October local producers with deep roots in the region are selling their goods in downtown Davidson. The market is a lively gathering place for meeting friends and for learning about food, agriculture and nutrition. Growers and producers are on hand to answer your questions, from "How was this grown?" to "How can I reduce my carbon footprint?" The local producers at the market include farms, nurseries, bakeries, meat and poultry providers, and specialty foods producers; no distributors or resellers. The DFM includes a variety of quality goods, such as certified organic, naturally grown and conventionally grown fruits and vegetables, grass fed beef, pastured pork, eggs from free-range chickens, fresh baked goods, fresh cut flowers, herbs, and bedding plants.
Davidson Historical Society
P.O. Box 144
Davidson, NC 28036
The DHS promotes an understanding and appreciation of the history of Davidson, North Carolina and its surrounding area.
Davidson Housing Coalition
Connie Wessner, Executive Director
220-A Sloan St.
PO Box 854
Davidson, NC 28036
Phone: 704 892-4486

Link: Davidson Housing Coalition Website
Serving as a force for good in the community, all of our work is designed to help individuals and families become financially stable. We take pride in the appearance and performance of our rental properties and work hard to ensure that they remain safe and comfortable homes where our renters can also be proud to reside. Our financial counseling, homebuyer education and job search services offer one-on-one support to meet the unique needs of individuals seeking firmer financial footing. Our emergency home repairs provide comfort, safety and peace of mind for lower wealth homeowners.
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