PRISC promotes encouragement of historical resource preservation and reutilization with projects and activities that foster community sustainability.
Pamlico Rose Institute for Sustainable Communities (PRISC) was founded in 2016 as a nonprofit institute that fosters the sentiment that thriving, caring and prosperous communities are the most tangible expressions of a healthy society. A sense of community has been critical to the growth and development of this country, and in cultures and nations across the globe. Across contemporary urban centers – both small and large, knit from a close proximity and rural areas, connected across farms and lands – the notion of community creates a shared and enduring identity fueled by a common history and a diversity of experience.
These are the people that have donated funds or services to help PRISC succeed in their mission! Below are levels of giving, each coming with a symbol or item of appreciation.
Bricklayers – donations of $1000 or more
Alan Mobley / Jeffery Phipps
Painter – donations of $100 – $249
Carpenter – donations of $500 – $999
Diane and Mark Tomlinson
Apprentice – donations of $50 – $99
Landscaper – donations of $250 – $499
GIVER – donations up to $49
These are the people that have donated their time to help PRISC succeed in their mission!
Colleen Steckel Allison Greene Sands Scott Campbell
Chase Taylor Alexis Davis Bill Walker
Mr. Pope Brenda Rogers Greg Smith
Sheri Dean Amy Lupton Dave Wheelock
Lyle Carlson Don Johnson Emily Rebert
Jane McCotter Alexis Davis Tom Haines
Marshall Taylor Ed Disy Linda Knight
Gerry Arakelian Pat Wheelock Kirk Davis
These are corporations and businesses that have donated time and/or funds to help PRISC succeed in their mission!
Platinum – donations of $10,000 or more
Silver – donations of $1,000 to $4,999
Beaufort County Noon Rotary
These organizations have provided time, expertise, and/or outreach to help PRISC succeed in their mission!