The months of November and December are key months for our community partners, many of whom host annual events to raise awareness of their work. Learn more about these partners and click on their image to contribute to their work in the city of Greensboro. 

Greensboro Urban Ministry’s mission is to express the love of God to our neighbors in need by offering food, shelter and solutions. Our vision is stable lives for our neighbors. They have been serving the Greensboro community since 1967.

Join GUM for their annual Feast of Caring – at home! Thursday, November 19th at 7pm at: or their YouTube channel. 

NCCJ is a human relations organization. They work to build communities free of bias, bigotry and racism by promoting understanding and respect among all cultures, races and religions.

Together, we can bridge the divide and build communities that better understand how to work and live together. We create respectful and compassionate spaces where people can let down their guard, get comfortable with being uncomfortable, face difficult issues and ask tough questions. These kinds of interactions help communities move to a place of less hostility and greater understanding, acceptance, and collaboration.

The Interactive Resource Center is Guilford County’s only day resource center for people currently facing, experiencing or coming out of homelessness. We use a whole-person approach to address all aspects of the homeless experience. This means we provide everything from fundamental services (showers, laundry, or a mailing address for example) to medical and mental health care, case management and employment services. We meet our guests where they are, gather the resources they need to gain shelter and help them create a new path forward. 

Faith Action serves and advocates alongside 3,000 immigrants and refugee families from over 60 diverse nations. Providing over 70 trainings and presentations to 2,500 people in school, city departments, nonprofits, and faith communities across North Carolina and beyond

Connecting thousands more across lines of culture, faith, and nationality through our Stranger to Neighbor and Faithaction ID Programs.

Mustard Seed Community Health’s patients are some of the most vulnerable people in Guilford County.  Many don’t have health insurance, many are living in homes that make them and their families sicker, many are struggling with trauma, or struggling simply to put healthy food on the table. And before the Mustard Seed Community Health Clinic opened in 2014 many went without healthcare until their problems became acute or even irreversible.

Community Housing Solutions provides home repairs to homeowners in Guilford County, supporting neighbors and neighborhoods. With a skilled construction staff and volunteer groups from the community, we work with homeowners who fall below specific income levels to make needed repairs making their homes warmer, drier and safer.