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 spring #FeedGSO food drive will be Friday, April 5 […]
Many people come to Greensboro Urban Ministry through a program — as a client, volunteer or donor. Often, the full range of programs provided at our agency are not as well known. In our newest video, learn about the many ways Greensboro Urban Ministry seeks to provide crisis assistance and hope to those in need […]
Thanks to your support, this spring’s #FeedGSO Community Food Drive raised 65,325 pounds of nonperishable food and $4,663.77 in cash donations for the food pantry. Local grocery stores, News 2 Food 2 Families, Well-Spring Retirement Community and three dozen congregations teamed up with Greensboro Urban Ministry (GUM) for the spring #FeedGSO Community Food Drive on […]
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 […]
Bisquick, canned pumpkin and a dash of cinnamon — turns out, those simple ingredients commonly found in Greensboro Urban Ministry’s food pantry make some great pumpkin muffins.
Supporters from across Guilford County, and as far away as New York State, have responded to the call to help Greensboro Urban Ministry replenish its food pantry shelves. We are excited to share that your response to our appeal brought in 48,514 pounds of nonperishable food and $47,800 in cash donations in January. The cash […]
With less than a week’s supply of food on the shelves, Greensboro Urban Ministry’s executive director is turning to the community for help. “We have less than one week’s supply of food on our pantry shelves. We don’t want to suspend emergency food assistance, but that may be GUM’s only choice. Our ability to help […]
Greensboro Urban Ministry and other partners work with community advocate Amy Murphy (who writes the blog “The Miracles I See”) to publish the Little Green Book of free meals and the Little Blue Book of free food pantries. These guides are published twice a year. Please link to these guides from here: Little Blue Book […]