The Volunteer Behind the Honor Card

N.C. artist Bill Mangum’s contributions to those in need each year through the Honor Card program are well-known to Greensboro Urban Ministry supporters. His contributions at Potter’s House Community Kitchen may be less known to many who know and love his annual holiday card designs.

Each Wednesday morning since 1991, Bill has volunteered for the early morning breakfast shift at Potter’s House. “When folks work together, it is such a joy,” Bill says. “It’s humbling and inspiring to be able to build a bridge of hope for the less fortunate.”

A $5 minimum donation per Honor Card allows you to share with friends and family a one-of-a-kind card and a special greeting that a gift has been made in their honor to support those in need at the holidays. It’s a lovely way to celebrate the season’s hope.

All proceeds from the card go directly to Greensboro Urban Ministry, thanks to generous financial support from the Wells-Fargo Foundation and Michael and Sarah Kearney.

Read more about the Honor Card program on William Mangum Fine Art Gallery’s website and under our website’s Events tab here.