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 season’s blessings and thank you for all you to with us to build a stronger community!
Sorting through supplies in Weaver House
Myron Wilkins, executive director, and his wife, Anna Wilkins, at this week's holiday lunch at Greensboro Urban Ministry.
A Christmas tree twinkles in a Pathways Center for families studio. Congregations and individuals adopt each of the 16 families sheltered at Pathways Center for Christmas. They provide gifts, clothes and food so parents who are experiencing homelessness can share a blessed holiday with their children.
Lining up food orders
Volunteers and staff in the food pantry line up baskets filled with emergency food assistance. The pantry serves more than 100 households a day.
Bringing in Food to the Warehouse
Marcus, left and Elizabeth, right, Greensboro Urban Ministry warehouse staff bringing in food to the warehouse for emergency assistance food bags. The warehouse distributed more than 1.4 million pounds of food last year.
Partnership Village tree party
A young resident at Partnership Village walks through a winter wonderland created by UNCG staff and volunteers, who decorated and delivered Christmas trees for Partnership Village residents. The community provides safe, affordable housing for 68 households that are getting back on their feet after experiencing homelessness.
Staff and volunteers caroling
Greensboro Urban Ministry staff and volunteers -- Trevor, left Miss Sherry, Miss Nancy, Miss Tonya, Michael and Martin on guitar -- performed carols at this week's holiday party.
Potters House Community Kitchen
Chef Mae packing up leftovers from community lunch at Potter's House Community Kitchen. The kitchen serves 400 to 500 people daily, no questions asked.