Consider purchasing Honor Cards this year for a loved one in support of First Baptist Greensboro Missions Partners. Any of these cards are available to purchase starting at our November church-wide drive thru on November 22, 4:30-6pm. After that you can purchase them in the church office from 10am – 2pm, Monday – Thursday until December 17.
Each card is a minimum of $5, except for Meals on Wheels which is $10 minimum donation. Any questions? Contact Ashley Chandler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BackPack Beginnings’ mission is to deliver child-centric services to feed, comfort and clothe children in need. By ensuring food and basic necessities are given directly to children in need, we make a positive and lasting impact on their health and well-being.
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 and we offer Rehousing Assistance, Chaplaincy, Emergency Assistance, Food Bank, and shelters for various populations, including men, women, and families.
Habitat for Humanity Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.This year, Habitat for Humanity has an online honor card option if you’d prefer that: habitatgreensboro.org/holiday-card
Interactive Resource Center is Guilford County’s only day resource center for people currently facing, experiencing or coming out of homelessness. 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.
Wheels4Hope is a non-profit, faith-based car donation program that turns donated cars into local blessings. Our mission is to provide affordable, reliable transportation to economically vulnerable families and individuals who are referred to us by one of our partner agencies.
Meals on Wheels Many local seniors are homebound and struggle to obtain healthy meals. Hundreds have no one to talk with or check on them on a regular basis. When volunteers come to the door with a hot meal Monday through Friday, the food and visit help these seniors stay healthy and independent longer.