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The North Carolina District of Pilot International has a rich history of service and friendship. We focus on transforming communities by developing youth, providing service and education, and uplifting families. The first NC Pilot Club was chartered in 1934.  Since that time about 85 years ago, the NC District has grown to a current total of 19 Pilot Clubs from the Mountains, Foothills, Piedmont, Sandhills, and Coastal Plain regions of our state.

Each of these Pilot Clubs is diverse and tailors their service activities to suit the requirements of their own communities. We gather together twice a year for our annual District Convention and Fall Workshop to share fellowship and to learn new things.

Pilot clubs in the North Carolina District support Pilot International's signature project,
BrainMinders™.  This program is focused on traumatic brain injury and brain disorders. The project encompasses a public service campaign designed to promote brain awareness in addition to prevention education programs for children and adults.

Project Lifesaver, an international program that provides tracking devices for bracelets worn by Alzheimer's patients and, in some communities, autistic children, is being funded by many local North Carolina Pilot Clubs who, in cooperation with local law enforcement agencies, provide this service to a very vulnerable population.

In 2019-2020, the NC District is partnering with Surfers Healing North Carolina Chapter as a sponsor for the Surfers Healing Camp at Wrightsville Beach, NC
. Pilots will sponsor campers and be volunteers at the camp.  This year's surf camp will be on August 19th in Wrightsville Beach, NC. Also, the NC District is a partner with the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina and Camp Carefree, which is the only camp experience for brain injury survivors in NC. Pilots will sponsor campers, give monetary donations and volunteer during the camp on October 4th - 6th.

New volunteers are always needed to grow our organization and help meet local community needs. If you are a current North Carolina resident or are moving to North Carolina and would like to enrich your life with important community service, consider visiting a local Pilot Club. Our rich tradition of friendship and service is waiting to be shared.

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