Pitt Resource Connection is a small group that began meeting in late 2001 to discuss the unmet needs of the Pitt County community.
In 1999, Hurricane Floyd and other ill effects from the 9-11-01 terrorist attack had severely limited community service providers in helping
those in need throughout Pitt County. The result was a lack of financial resources to help our communities.
This small group of individuals decided to launch a community effort to bring community service providers (non-profits, government and
faith-based organizations) together to discuss the community needs and resources.
In 2002, the first community meeting occurred in April. The group subsequently became known as The Pitt Resource Connection (PRC) and a
President and other officers were elected.
Currently, PRC meets monthly and is delighted to have an amazing network of community representatives. All are involved in the
gathering/sharing of information, linking available resources and meeting our community needs.
PRC has an Advisory Board and
Guidelines for governance and procedures.