Feast of Caring on November 16

Thursday, November 16 is Feast of Caring day. Please join us for this wonderful tradition to kick off the holiday season. Feast of Caring Express will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, at First Baptist Church, 1000 W. Friendly Ave. Musical guest will be Turner Battle. Dinner will be […]

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 […]

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 […]

#FeedGSO Drive: 71,950 pounds!

#FeedGSO

Food and cash donations are coming in from last weekend’s #FeedGSO Spring Community Food Drive, and we’re excited to share that your support is pushing our totals well ahead of Spring 2016! As of April 25, our food and cash donations total and equivalent of 71,950 pounds of food that will go to feed hungry […]

Teaming Up for impact

GREENSBORO, N.C. — GUM and Out of the Garden Project are excited to partner this week on a food distribution for families. The event will be from 1-3 p.m. on March 29 at the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market, 501 Yanceyville St. The agencies have food for 200 households and are focusing for this drive on […]

Share Hope for the Holidays

William Mangum Honor Card

The William Mangum Honor Card for 2016, “Hope in Front of Me” is now on sale and is a terrific way to offer help and hope — and honor friends and family this holiday season! Read more here about the card’s inspiration and find a list of stores and congregations selling the Honor Card. As […]

Serving Greensboro Together! #SGT4Hunger

Do you have a big circle around Tuesday, May 2? It’s Serving Greensboro Together, the day when you can eat out and help fight hunger in the community. It’s easy — grab your friends, kids, colleagues, book group — and head over to one of the more than 100  participating restaurants. Help us spread the […]

Sequestration

What does Sequestration mean for Urban Ministry? Greensboro Urban Ministry is very fortunate not to heavily rely on government funds to support our operations. In fact, only $172,677 came from all government sources last year out of $5,839,172 in revenue (Federal – $67,253; State – $70,578; City – $34,846; County – $0). However, sequestration will […]

CROP

Uniting the Community for a Common Goal When issues of the “Fiscal Cliff” and “Sequestration” where causing division in political circles, further compounding the already charged political climate this past Fall, the Greater Greensboro CROP Hunger Walk and Run served as a unifying agent within our community. Over 6,000 individuals took a stand on October […]