The Honor Card

In 1988, North Carolina artist William Mangum created the first Honor Card for Greensboro Urban Ministry. The image, “Not Forgotten,” sold 5,000 cards and raised a record-setting $52,000. Since then, the Honor Card Program has raised more than $4 million to support Greensboro Urban Ministry’s guests who are experiencing homelessness, hunger and poverty.

This year’s Honor Card, “Hope in Front of Me,” is inspired by Psalm 9:18: “God will never forget the needy; the hope of the afflicted will never perish.”

Read more about this year’s Honor Card inspiration and watch the video “Hope in Front of Me.” 

During the holiday season, Honor Cards are available for a minimum donation of $5 apiece. You can purchase cards online or at participating stores (please see below). You can share cards to friends and family to let them know that a gift has been made in their honor to support Greensboro Urban Ministry’s work in the community.

Thanks to the generous support of the Wells-Fargo Foundation and Michael and Sarah Kearney, all expenses for this program are covered. All proceeds go directly to our organization.

You can order The Honor Card online or at the participating locations listed below

 Where to find The Honor Card

Beginning November 12, Honor Cards will be available at the following locations in Greensboro:

The Honor Card in years past: