An Honor Card Challenge!

An anonymous donor has given us a $3,000 challenge gift to encourage you and others to give an online gift this week to the 30th anniversary  William Mangum Honor Card fundraiser this year. You can make a gift of any size now on our website and you will receive a beautiful Honor Card for every $5 you donate. […]

One Night Sneak Peek!

Pottery Pop-Up

Pottery Pop-Up for the Feast is First Friday, Nov. 3. Get a sneak peek at the beautiful handcrafted pottery created for our annual Feast of Caring events. Center for Visual Artists is hosting the event at the CVA Gallery at 200 N. Davie St. in the Greensboro Cultural Center. Many of the pieces were created […]

Join us for the 30th Honor Card Luncheon

Join Bill Mangum and friends for the 30th anniversary kickoff of the holiday Honor Card on Tuesday, October 31, to celebrate this wonderful annual tradition. The luncheon will take place at 11:30 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 617 N. Elm St., in Greensboro. Seating is limited and reservation are required by Tuesday, October 24. RSVP […]

Leading local fight against hunger

Greater Greensboro CROP Walk Steering Committee Chair Gary Owens knows what it’s to like to feel hungry — that’s why he’s spent much of his life working to prevent others from feeling those familiar pangs of having to go without. When Gary was in elementary school, his family struggled to put food on the table. […]

It’s time to #FeedGSO!

#FeedGSO

Greensboro Urban Ministry’s food pantry helps many men, women and families with children who struggle with food insecurity. The pantry’s shelves remain stocked thanks primarily to your generous donations! Twice a year, GUM works with congregations and grocery stores for the weekend #FeedGSO food drives. The fall #FeedGSO food drive will be Oct. 20 and […]

Through Quilt, Weaver House Director Pieces Together His Past

Weaver House Director and social worker Michael Pearson

Behind Weaver House Director Michael Pearson’s desk stands a reminder of jobs past, of inspirations still present, of trials and tribulations turned into triumphs – stitched together in the form of a quilt.

Tutor brings ‘heart of a servant’ to Partnership Village

Simone Boney wants to dedicate her life to helping disadvantaged populations. So far, she’s off to a great start. Before she started applying to medical school, before she became a tutor at Greensboro Urban Ministry’s Partnership Village, before she even arrived in Greensboro, she knew she wanted to help others. “I have always had a […]

Kids Fit Club gets Partnership Village’s youngest residents moving

Paul Gilmer gets out of the car, sets down an amp and the music starts pumping. Suddenly, the kids at Partnership Village who had been relaxing in the shade snap to attention. It’s time for the Kids Fit Club to begin.

GUM clients get a taste of food pantry recipes

Bisquick, canned pumpkin and a dash of cinnamon — turns out, those simple ingredients commonly found in Greensboro Urban Ministry’s food pantry make some great pumpkin muffins.

A Family Ascending

This August will mark two years since the day L.J.’s life turned upside down. “It’s a day I will never forget,” she says, wiping away tears. “It was the first day of school. The sun was shining through the windows. And then there was a knock on my door. Two police officers were outside, telling […]