Supplemental Funding

Every year, Wake County ABC gives approximately $5 million dollars to organizations providing programs that research, educate, and treat those with alcohol and substance abuse.  As we go through the Holiday Season, our Board recognized the unfortunate trend of the lack of food, clothing, and shelter for women and children here in Wake County.  To address that growing need, the Wake County ABC Board gave a supplemental funding of $40,000 each to the Raleigh Rescue Mission, Healing Transitions Women’s Center, and Urban Ministries Helen Wright Center for Women.  As we all celebrate the Holidays, let’s keep those in need at the forefront of our minds.

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Welcome to the Wake County ABC Board.

The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control strives to make alcoholic beverages available for consumption, while protecting both the consumer and the general public, to optimize profitability, and to distribute funds benefiting the community and local governments.

The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control wants to consistently provide good customer service in a pleasant shopping environment.

The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control is a local political subdivision of the State that operates as a separate entity overseen by a Board of five members.

Wake County Alcohol Beverage Control

Willie Rowe – Board Chairman Ike Wheeler – General Manager
Ken A. Kirby, Jr. – Board Vice Chairman Bryan Hicks – Assistant General Manager
Betty P. Whitaker – Board Member Bernie Wooten – Assistant General Manager
Lucius S. Jones – Board Member Kevin Lawrence – Chief of Law Enforcement
Joel Keith – Board Member Scott Broadwell – Asst Chief of Law Enforcement