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Dream Factory of North Carolina


P.O. Box 3557
Greenville, NC 27836


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Saltwater Bottom Fishing Tournament

*** Benefiting Dream Factory of North Carolina ***

Granting dreams for chronically and critically ill children in Eastern North Carolina



Reef Runners is an all-day, off shore, saltwater, bottom fishing tournament that is being held by Dream Factory of North Carolina. The Headboat Division is in partnership with Carolina Princess, a well-known head boat on the Morehead City waterfront. All proceeds from the tournament will help Dream Factory accomplish its mission to grant dreams for chronically and critically ill children in Eastern North Carolina. You can learn more about Dream Factory at

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Dress as your favorite 80’s celebrity, character or just put on your best 80’s outfit!

Super cheap drink & appetizers specials! WIN PRIZES!! Help grant dreams for the critically and chronically ill children in Eastern North Carolina.

Crafting Dreams

August 25, 2018
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Tapped at 650 E. Fire Tower Rd, Winterville NC

Alexander Paul Charity Runway Show

September 27, 2017
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Stilllife in Greenville, 511 Cotanche Street, Greenville, NC

Thank you Alexander Paul Institute for supporting Dream Factory.

 SAVE THE DATE: The Dream Factory, OBX Reef Runners offshore bottom fishing tournament will be held Saturday, October 20, 2018. We are excited to announce that we have partnered with the Carolina Princess in Morehead City for this event. Entry for fishing spots will be limited to 70 people so don’t wait til the last minute to sign up. REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE!

Spread the Dream Wine Tasting & Auction

February 3, 2018
6:30pm – 9:30pm


Dream Factory’s Oyster Roast and Low Country Boil

Start the evening with oysters and as we move along, we will introduce the low country boil and you will get your fill local shrimp!

About this Event

If you have never eaten seafood prepared by Keyzer Catering, you are in for a treat! We will also have entertainment and a silent auction.

In 1980, The Dream Factory began with one all-volunteer chapter in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Since then, The Dream Factory has grown into the second-largest children’s wish-granting organization in the United States, granting over 25,000 dreams since its inception –all while maintaining a grassroots approach. The Dream Factory continues to operate all 38 of its local chapters with over 5000 very dedicated volunteers. These hard-working individuals raise funds within their own communities and then use those funds to grant the dreams of local children. Because we do not employ people on a local level, over 90% of all money raised by The Dream Factory is used directly to grant the dreams of critically and chronically ill children.

The Dream Factory is the only children’s wish-granting organization that does not limit its mission to children who have life-threatening illness. The organization believes children with chronic illnesses and disorders also suffer from substantial emotional and physical pain. We strive to provide hope and relief from the trauma and corresponding stress and depression that both the children and their families can endure on a day-to-day basis. Doctors agree that providing a dream can improve the quality of life for these children and extend the life of a critically ill child.

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Check out Cheryl’s new doll house and home school area for her dolls! Thank you for supporting Dream Factory’s mission to grant dreams to our dream kids. We could not do this without your support.

Larissa is enjoying her trip.

Thank you for helping us make her dream come true.

Watch her Pink Slipper Video here:

December 2, 2018

Henry wants to meet Antonio Brown with the Pittsburg Steelers. During a play that he was acting in, Terrance Copper, a retired NFL football player helped us announce to Henry that his dream has been granted. Terrance interrupted a reenactment of a scene while WNCT-TV was filming what Henry thought was a promo for the theatre. It was a shocking surprise to Henry and everyone else in attendance.

See the story at WNCT

Allison Fisher (President & Area Coordinator)
Jerry Fisher (Vice President)
Sabrina Martin (Treasurer)
Dr. Bonita Sasnett (Dream Coordinator)
Brooke Lodis
Anne Evans
Henry Arvizu
Tonna Chun
Stephanie Grant
Brittany Dixon
Beth Clem
Amanda Anderson
Nikki Hadley
Melanie Horne
Aron Daniels