Frances D. Bisby

First Name: 
Frances
Last Name: 
Bisby
Secretary
Transportation Engineer,
NCDOT, Transportation Planning Branch

Frances Bisby is currently a Transportation Engineer and Coordinator for the Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization within NCDOT's Transportation Planning Branch. She oversees the long-range, multimodal planning efforts for the Transportation Management Area and over 300,000 residents. She has 10 years of experience in traffic engineering and three years in long-range transportation planning.

Mahlon L. Aycock

First Name: 
Mahlon L.
Last Name: 
Aycock
Owner, Char-Grill Companies

Mahlon Aycock has been a Co-Owner and Operator of Char-Grill Restaurants, Inc for 38 years. He’s lived in the Raleigh Area since 1975 and graduated from Atlantic Christian College with a degree in Accounting. 

Oak City Beard and Mustache Competition to benefit Raleigh Rescue Mission

Time: 
Sat, 07/25/2015 - 6:30pm - 11:00pm

Oak City Beard & Moustache Competition Part Deaux

Saturday, July 25, 2015 at 6:30pm
The Pour House Music Hall-224 S Blount St, Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

All proceeds to benefit The Raleigh Rescue Mission

3rd annual Pork Out at Lafayette Village

Time: 
Sat, 07/18/2015 - 11:00am - 4:00pm

Lafayette Village and Savory Spice Shop are partnering to present the 3rd annual “Pork Out at Lafayette Village."

Raleigh Rescue Mission Donation Center Featured on News 14

Raleigh Rescue Mission's Donation Center was featured on News 14 on May 11th.
Click here to watch video.

Raleigh Rescue MIssion's Donation Center was featured on News 14 on May 11th. Click here to watch video.

Urgent Need: Men’s, Women’s and Children’s clothing and shoes

Raleigh Rescue Mission’s Donation Center has moved to our new location at 4700 Capital Blvd. in Raleigh in preparation for the launch of our new thrift store this June. We are in need of new and gently used furniture, household items and clothing to fill the shelves of our new store. Men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and shoes are our most critical need at this time.

Raleigh Rescue Mission’s Donation Center has moved to our new location at 4700 Capital Blvd. in Raleigh in preparation for the launch of our new thrift store this June. We are in need of new and gently used furniture, household items and clothing to fill the shelves of our new store. Men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and shoes are our most critical need at this time.

Raleigh Rescue Mission Donation Center Has Moved!

Raleigh Rescue Mission is accepting non-food donations at our new donation center location on Capital Blvd. at Millbrook/New Hope roads. The move from its former donation center on Corporation Parkway is in preparation for the launch of its new thrift store this June.

Raleigh Rescue Mission is accepting non-food donations at our new location on Capital Blvd. at Millbrook/New Hope roads. Please bring these in-kind donations to the building’s rear entrance.

A Terrible Fall . . . An Amazing Comeback!

Felicia's story of a changed life

Felicia* thought getting married in her 50’s would be the start of the best part of her life. Her children were grown and she was glad not to be alone anymore, after 21 years of being single. But then, she discovered her new husband secretly owed $50,000 in back child support 

His paychecks were being garnished, leaving just a bit more than $300 to help pay the rent. Barely making more than minimum wage herself, she was faced with having to not only provide for herself, but her husband as well.