1 Home Brew 215 S. Main St.
Monroe Table Tennis Club - Sponsored by Monroe Parks & Recreation
A sport for all ages offered at Dickerson Recreation Center. All skill levels are welcomed and competitive games with an experienced player can be arranged.
2 BelaNature 211 S. Main St.
Union County Cooperative Extension / Family & Consumer Services
NC State Extension’s mission is to improve the well-being of the family through programs that educate, influence public policy, and help families put research-based knowledge to work in their lives.
Union County Cooperative Extension / Master Gardeners
UC Extension Master Gardeners Volunteers will be on site to answer any questions you might have about your garden - from grass to weeds, flowers, vegetables to trees! Soil kits available as well!
Guardian ad Litem
Child advocates in the court system.
3 McEwen Funeral Home 204 S. Main St.
Funeral Preplanning Services
Common Heart Services
Serves those in need, providing food and delivering groceries; and also empowering people to move out of property.
4 Petal Shoppe 200 S. Main St.
Council on Aging
Advocate for the wellbeing of older adults by providing services & resources for them to live independently.
Monroe Garden Club
Founded in 1950 the club has been active in the community for many years. We have monthly meetings (Sep - May), amazing trips and great fellowship with fellow gardeners of Monroe.
5 Suitntye 214 S. Hayne St.
Homelessness & poverty, supporting local schools.
6 Dandelion & Friends 105 S. Hayne St.
City of Monroe Engineering Department
The Engineering Department’s environmental education programs empower residents of all ages with information about preventing stormwater pollution and strategies to reduce waste to inspire everyone to be good stewards of our community.
UDI - Union Diversified Industries
Enhancing the quality of life of adults with Developmental Disabilities by providing habilitation services, enrichment services and vocational training/work experience opportunities in a culturally sensitive environment.
7 M-Bellish 132 S. Main St.
“Hometown Heroes is dedicated to those kids that need some big friends. Our focus is to make these children and their families OUR families. “Big Kids Helping Little Kids” isn’t just a slogan, it’s a promise to make a difference in the lives of some kids that can use our help.”
8 JamPac Records 111 S. Main St.
Veterans Coffee House
Organizes monthly breakfast meetings for veterans and organizes speakers.
9 Main Street Bistro 109 S. Main St.
All God's Creatures Rescue Inc.
All God’s Creatures Rescue is a 501c3 Non-Profit Animal Rescue. We are licensed for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife and also take in livestock, reptiles, and exotics. We give all Glory to God!
10 The Oasis Sandwich Shop 116. S. Main St.
House of Pearls
“To provide a safe environment for women to heal, restore and rebuild their lives, embracing and representing the love of Jesus Christ”
11 S&S Salon 110 S. Main St.
Gold Panning with Norman
12 47K 308 W. Windsor St.
Provides emergency and lifesaving resources for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault & child abuse.
13 Backstage 100 N. Main St.
Warriors & Warbirds
In 2005 Warriors & Warbirds started as a dream of several local pilots. With help from the City of Monroe, the Veterans Council of Union County, local businesses, and the hard work of volunteers, the Warbirds Over Monroe Air Show has grown into one of the area’s largest aviation events honoring those who have served.
14 Low Country Estates 106 N. Main St.
Providing a toolkit for youth & young adults to navigate the toughest of times while keeping hope & faith alive.
15 Fun One Radio 201 N. Main St.
Fun One Radio
As a non-commercial broadcaster, The Fun One operates as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization through Shaggers, Inc. and depends on donations, sponsorships and underwriting for support.
16 Americana Beer Company 222 N. Main St.
Ronald McDonald House
Embracing families of sick or injured children by providing the comfort and support of home during their greatest time of need.
17 Peddler’s Paradise Bartique 105 W. Franklin St.
Humane Society of Union County / Cat & Kittens adoptions
In order not to stress out our little furry friends, they will be on site from 11am to 2pm! Make sure to stop by during that time!
18 Courthouse Self Pour Beer & Wine 101 W. Franklin St.
Humane Society of Union County / Dog & Puppies adoptions
In order not to stress out our furry friends, they will be on site from 11am to 2pm! Make sure to stop by during that time!
19 Silver Lining 109 N. Hayne St.
Bridge to Recovery
We help individuals regain their lives through overcoming their addictions
20 Gingham Girl 215 N. Hayne St,
Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run has fun, evidence-based programs that inspire all girls to build their confidence, kindness and decision-making skill. Dynamic lessons instill valuable life skills including the important connection between physical and emotional health.
21 Exchange Pizza Depot 217 N. Hayne St.
Carolina Waterfowl Rescue
Our doors are open to those animals few rescues are willing to or are able to accommodate: domestic and wild fowl, migratory songbirds, reptiles, farm animals, and even "pocket pets".
22 Franklin Court Grille 232 E. Franklin St.
Community Shelter of Union County
Provides emergency shelter, food, and rehousing.
23 Sweet Union Hemp Company 116 E. Franklin St.
To be a leader in providing innovative housing, employment, and community services to support people with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities and their families.
24 East Frank Superette 209 E. Franklin St.
Pawsitive Impact NC Dog Rescue
A 501(c)(3) non-profit all-breed, all volunteer dog rescue.
We do not have a shelter. All of our rescues are placed in a foster home and cared for until adoption.
NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI Union County's mission is to provide support, education, and advocacy in Union County on behalf of individuals and families affected by mental illness.
25 A Compassionate Touch Massage 208 E. Jefferson St.
UC Wildlife Chapter
Preserves wildlife and wild places for our children and future generations.