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We Believe In Giving Back To The Community That Has helped Us Succeed 

At Village Cleaners, it's about much more than providing a valuable service to our customers. It's about sharing the success you've helped us attain with the local community, and the community at large.
To that end, we take great pride in our support and involvement with non-profit organizations that assist all of us, directly and indirectly. Our primary beneficiaries are listed below, along with their individual missions. 
Of special note, WomenNC is a fantastic organization dedicated to women's rights worldwide through assistance, education and sponsorship. Beth Dehghan, co-owner of Village Cleaners, started and continues to actively support this internationally focused group. 
Please take a look at the organizations we have helped, learn of their importance to all of us, and lend your support where you can.
Thank you.
WomenNC’s mission is to lead North Carolina’s young adults in the elimination of injustice against women and girls. Through our signature WomenNC CSW* Fellowship Program, college and university students in the  North Carolina Triangle and Triad Regions, are provided training and networking platforms to mobilize and influence their peers and respective communities to understand and value women’s human rights and to engage in issues important to equality for women and girls.
This growing network of new leaders has resulted in communities throughout the Regions becoming more aware that “women around the globe face varying degrees of the same problems:  poverty, violence, illiteracy, and oppression”.[1]
WomenNC CSW Fellows  (*U.N.Commission on the Status of Women) develop competencies and define their roles in eliminating injustices against women and girls by:
  • Participating in evidence-based leadership and advocacy training and mentoring from social justice pioneers and academic advisors
  • Conducting research on United Nations CSW Priority Themes and proposing solutions tied to local and global women’s issues
  • Representing North Carolina and presenting their research at the United Nations’ annual five-day CSW Convention in NYC
  • Facilitating and/or presenting advocacy training at local, state, and national forums
Since its inception in 2009, WomenNC has trained 30 Fellows who continue to expand women’s rights advocacy networks in North Carolina, the United States, and globally; serving as a voice for their generation about WomenNC, and to promote best practice solutions and collaboration.
Our organization also serves the North Carolina Triangle and Triad Regions through:
  • Leadership development training for board of directors, volunteers, college and high school youth
  • Advocacy for public policy change
  • Convening agencies and corporations to identify and develop positive policy and systems change
WomenNC’s work is changing individuals and communities; annually we educate and initiate dialogue with diverse audiences of more than 8,000.


Through community partnerships and support, InterAct works to end the cycle of domestic and sexual violence in our community. 

Inspired by the belief that every person has the right to be safe and empowered, we envision a community free from domestic and sexual violence where healthy relationships prosper.


Dedicated to ending the cycle of domestic and sexual violence in Wake County, InterAct saves lives, rebuilds lives, and secures safer futures for victims and survivors and their families.

U.S. Committee For Refugees and Immigrants

We advance the rights and lives of those who have been forcibly or voluntarily uprooted. For over 100 years, the unwavering commitment of our leadership, team, network of service providers, and advocates has helped redirect the destiny of countless vulnerable lives.


Immigrants, refugees, and uprooted people will live dignified lives with
their rights respected and protected in communities of opportunity.


To protect the rights and address the needs of persons in forced or
voluntary migration worldwide and support their transition to a dignified life.

Holly Springs High School

Holly Springs High is an incredible place where we strive for all students to feel happy, healthy, and safe.  While we are a large school, we are one that values investing in the individual school experience in such a way that every student moves forward not only to graduation but to graduation with maximum options!  Let us know how we can be of service to you in this journey!

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