At Greensboro Urban Ministry, we value working with you, our supporters, to create a circle of light into which our guests can step to find help and hope. Here are a few moments from our holiday season. Hover your mouse over each photo to read more about each image. We wish people of all faiths […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
Angel Baptist came to Greensboro Urban Ministry after facing the challenges of substance abuse and unhealthy relationships. She is a resident at Partnership Village, a community where women, men and families with children who have experienced homelessness can find support, structure and community as they get back on their feet. “At Partnership Village, I’m learning to […]
A guest post from longtime volunteer Judy Newlin: I became involved 18 years ago with Greensboro Urban Ministry (GUM) when the Girl Scout troop I led provided weekly babysitting for a young mother who was a GUM client and a student in nursing school. Our help gave her time to study and ultimately helped her […]