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Field SiteLocationSite TypeNon-Profit Focus Area (if applicable)Contact PersonStreet AddressWork PhoneEmailWebsiteDenominational Affiliation (for Congregations)Non-Profit Mission Statement (From Web Site)Summer only?Application Process Required
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A RochaSurrey, British Columbia, CanadaNon-profitFood and FaithSee websiteBrooksdale Environmental CenterSee website for internship informationhttp://www.arocha.ca/internships/N/AA Rocha is an international Christian organization which, inspired by God’s love, engages in scientific research, environmental education, community-based conservation projects and sustainable agriculture.
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AIDS Care ServicesWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitHIV/AIDS-related health care servicesJesse Duncan995 Northwest Blvd
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
336.777.0116jduncan@aidscareservice.orghttp://www.aidscareservice.org/N/AProvides a broad range of programs and services for clients throughout Northwest NC infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
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Alliance of BaptistsTucker, GANon ProfitDenominational LeadershipPaula Clayton Dempsey3939 LaVista Rd, Ste. E-122, Tucker GA 30084866-745-7609paula@allianceofbaptists.orgAlliance of BaptistsThe Alliance of Baptists is a movement of people, faith communities and ministry partners which serves as a theological home for prophetic Baptists who are committed to pursuing God's loving justice in partnership. Birthed during the fundamentalist takeover of Baptists in the southern U.S., the Alliance's congregational partners and endorsed chaplains are in 28 different states. We are a theological home for Christians knit together by love comprised of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, theological beliefs and ministry practices. Knit together by our love for one another and all God's creation, the Alliance combines progressive inquiry, contemplative prayer and prophetic action to bring about justice and healing in a changing world.NoContact Paula Clayton Dempsey to express interest.
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Alliance of BaptistsParachurch/denominationalN/APaula Dempsey3939 LaVista Rd, Ste E-122, Atlanta, Ga. 30084866-745-7609paula@allianceofbaptists.orghttp://allianceofbaptists.orgAlliance of BaptistThe Alliance of Baptists is a theological home for progressive Baptists who pursue God's justice and love in partnership. We serve alongside approximately 140 churches in 28 different states and have partnerships in ministry with 35 ecumenical, advocacy and ministry organizations located in 13 countries. Throughout our 30 year history, the Alliance has been a consistently leading voice and witness in Baptist life for historic Baptist principles of freedom of the individual and local church to follow the guidance of the Spirit in matters of Biblical interpretation and practice. Our congregations have a larger percentage of women and LGBTQ persons serving as pastors than other Baptist bodies. The mission of the Alliance includes a commitment to creating places of refuge and renewal for those who are wounded or ignored by the church, a commitment to caring for the earth, a commitment to pursuing justice for those who are oppressed, and a commitment to work for peace -- and doing so in a context which is equitable, collegial and diverse. Academic Year (part-time format for a total of 200 hours)
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Anatoth Community Garden & FarmCedar Grove, NCNon-profitFood and FaithChas EdensPO Box 138, Cedar Grove, NC 27231anathothgarden@gmail.com http://anathothgarden.orgN/ACultivating peace by using good food and sustainable agriculture to connect people with their neighbors, the land, and God.
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Anthony's PlotWinston-Salem, NCParachurchIntentional Christian communityRuss May2323 Sunnyside Ave
Winston-Salem, NC 27127
336.306.3562russ@anthonysplot.orghttp://www.facebook.com/AnthonysPlot; http://trinitymoravian.org/concrete5/ministries/anthonys-plot/Morvaian ChurchA Moravian intentional Christian community of faith that combines residency, community development work, and a socially-relevant and spiritually-hopeful outreach to bring the good news of Jesus to visible reality our lives, our household, and our neighborhood.
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Appalachia Service ProjectJohnson City, TNNon-profitRural poverty issuesTim Bomgardner4523 Bristol Highway Johnson City, TN 37601 1.800.289.4254tim.bomgardner@asphome.orghttp://www.asphome.org/N/AAppalachia Service Project (ASP) provides one of the most rewarding structured service opportunities in the nation -- bringing thousands of volunteers from around the country to rural Central Appalachia to repair homes for low-income families. But ASP is more than just a building program. Yes, Appalachia's poorest families urgently need your help, but they can help change your life, too. Because when you change the lives of others, they have a way of changing you.YES
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Arbor Acres Retirement CommunityWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitElder careBert Sanders1240 Arbor Road Winston Salem, N.C. 27104336.724.7921chaptemp@arboracres.org http://www.arboracres.org/index.cfmN/AAn affiliate of The United Methodist Church, Arbor Acres serves senior adults through facilities and programs that provide opportunity for security, contentment, and life with meaning and purpose.
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Ardmore Baptist ChurchWinston-Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Don Gordon501 Miller Street Winston-Salem, NC 27103336.725.8767dgordon@ardmorebaptist.orghttp://www.ardmorebaptist.org/Cooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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Arts for LifeWeaverville, NCNon-profitHealth care support through artShea Godwin, Executive DirectorP.O. Box 788
Weaverville, NC 28787
828.658.1599shea@aflnc.org http://www.aflnc.org/contact.htmlN/ADedicated to supporting people facing serious illnesses. By providing educational art programs, we enrich patients’ lives, nurture their minds and spirits, and encourage positive healthcare experiences for children and their families. Arts For Life helps children every day in four cities across North Carolina.
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Bennet College Office of the ChaplainGreensboro, NCNon-profitEducationNatalie V. McLean900 E. Washington St, Greensboro, NC 27401336-517-2334nmclean@bennett.eduhttp://www.bennett.edu/student-affairs/religious-life/greetings/United Methodist ChurchBennett College is a small, private, historically Black liberal arts college for women. The College offers women an education conducive to excellence in scholarly pursuits; preparation for leadership roles in the workplace, society, and the world; and life-long learning in a technologically advanced, complex global society.
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Bethel-Clemmons Coop MinistriesClemmons, NCCongregationN/AChris Hughes3700 Clemmons Rd, Clemmons NC 27012336.766.6375hughesc@clemmonsumc.orghttp://www.clemmonsumc.org/bethel/United Methodist ChurchN/A
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Bethesda Center for the HomelessWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitHomelessness and poverty supportJennifer Hatcher924 N Patterson Ave Winston-Salem, NC 27101336.722.9951pgalloway@bethesdacenter.orghttp://www.bethesdacenter.org/N/AA leader in caring for the community’s most desperate homeless individuals, becoming the largest provider of emergency night shelter as well as continuing to be the area’s only day shelter.
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Bread for the WorldWashington, D.C.Non-profitHunger advocacySheena Meade321.251.4636smeade@bread.orghttp://www.bread.org/contact/regional.htmlN/ABread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation's leaders to end hunger at home and abroad.Yes
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Brick Reformed UCCBurlington, NCCongregationN/ARev. Kristin Vaughn3699 Brich Church Road
Burlington, NC 27215
336.449.6034kristingvaughn@gmail.comUnited Church of ChristN/A
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Brook Women's Hope CenterWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitWomen's supportChante Thomas-Hood, Chair of Board2668 S. Stratford Road
Winston Salem, NC 27103
336.529.6271hante@thebrookwhc.orgThebrookwhc.orgN/ATo ignite and nurture hope in women through education, support and faith-based inspiration as they navigate the circumstances of their lives. Hope is in our name because it is at the heart of what we believe.
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Burke County Council on Alcoholism and Chemical DependenceMorganton, NCNon-profitSubstance abuse recoveryJim Van Hecke203 White Street Morganton, NC 28655828.433.1221jim@bcacd.orghttp://www.bcacd.org/N/AThe Burke Council on Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency, Inc. was organized in 1966 to assist in the alleviation of human suffering borne by those afflicted with alcoholism and chemical dependency and the suffering of family and friends.
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Canaan United Methodist ChurchWinston Salem, NCCongregationN/ADouglas Miller1760 Shady Grove Church Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27107336-560-0615douglasmiller911@gmail.comhttp://www.canaanumc.com/United Methodist Church
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Centenary UMCWinston-Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Lory Beth Huffman646 West 5th Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101336.397.1362lhuffman@centenary-ws.orghttp://www.centenary-ws.org/United Methodist ChurchN/A
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Center for Congregational HealthWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitCongregational and ministry consulting/coachingRev. Beth Kennett1920 Queen Street
Winston Salem, NC 27103
336.831.5022epkennet@wakehealth.eduhttp://www.healthychurch.org/N/AThe Center for Congregational Health plays a vital role in God’s earthly kingdom; it helps faith communities and their leaders do their best work ... Today the Center for Congregational Health provides ministry and/or training for hundreds of faith communities, lay leaders and clergy annually across the United States and in several foreign countries. It has trained thousands of interim ministers.
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Center for Prayer and Spirituality at St. Mary's Episcopal ChurchHigh Point, NCCongregationN/ADiane Moore Popalis108 W. Farriss Avenue, High Point, NC. 272623368488903dianep@stmarysepisc.orghttp://www.stmarysepisc.org/Episcopal
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Christian Ministry in the National ParksDenver, COChaplaincyChaplaincyAmy Kennedy25+ national parks across the U.S.800.786.3450akennedy@acmnp.com.http://www.acmnp.com/N/AEvery Sunday between Memorial Day and Labor Day (in addition to several winter assignments), ministry team members offer approximately 150 worship services at 75 sites across the country in 25 different national parks.YES
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City with DwellingsWinston-Salem, NCNonprofitHomelessness and poverty supportRev. Russ May500 South Church Street, Winston Salem, NCruss@anthonysplot.orghttp://citywithdwellings.org/
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Clemmons Presbyterian ChurchClemmons, NCCongregationN/ARev. Bill HoyleWinston-Salem NC 27101336.766.4631bhoyle@clemmonspresbyterian.orghttp://www.clemmonspresbyterian.org/Presbyterian Church (USA)N/A
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College Park BaptistGreensboro, NCCongregationN/ARev. Lin Bunce1601 Walker Ave Greensboro, NC 27403336.273.1779linbunce@gmail.comhttp://www.collegeparkchurch.com/American BaptistN/A
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Common Life Church & FarmGraham, NCCongregationN/ARev. Sarah Horton-Campbell4947 NC-87, Graham, NC 27253919-323-9052commonlifechurchfarm@gmail.comhttps://commonlifechurchfarm.org/homeN/AN/A
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Congregational UCCGreensboro, NCCongregationN/ARev. Julie Peeples400 West Radiance Drive
Greensboro, NC 27403
336.274.5378julie@congregationalucc.comhttp://www.congregationalucc.com/contact/index.phpUnited Church of ChristN/A
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Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North CarolinaWinston-Salem, NCParachurchParachurchRev. Ka'thy Gore Chappell8025 North Point Boulevard, Ste. 205, Winston-Salem, NC 27106336-759-3456 x211 kchappell@cbfnc.orghttp://www.cbfnc.org/Cooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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Crisis Control MinistryWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitHomelessness and poverty support
Vicki Jones, Director of Community & Volunteer Relations
200 East Tenth Street336.724.7875, ext 1043vjones@crisiscontrol.orghttp://www.crisiscontrol.org/staff.cfmCooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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Crossnore School and Children's HomeWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitChild welfare provision and advocacyHollie Barrett1001 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem, NC 27104(828) 733-4305hbarrett@crossnore.orghttps://www.crossnore.orgUnited Methodist ChurchCrossnore School & Children’s Home is non-profit residential foster care home for children in crisis from North Carolina. With two campuses – one located on 85 acres in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain town of Crossnore, NC, and the second located on 212 rolling acres on the edge of downtown Winston-Salem, NC – Crossnore School & Children’s Home provides a sanctuary of hope and healing for these children. The mission of the Crossnore School & Children’s Home is to grow healthy futures for children and families by providing a Christian sanctuary of hope and healing.
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Darryl Hunt Project for Freedom and JusticeWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitEx-offender re-entry support and exoneration advocacyLinwood Skinner8 W 3rd St Ste 300
Winston Salem, NC 27101
336.831.1912lswood752@hotmail.comhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/Darryl-Hunt-Project-for-Freedom-and-Justice/156407513784N/AThe Darryl Hunt Project for Freedom and Justice grew out of one man’s determination to help others after serving more than eighteen years for a crime he never committed.
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Daybreak Respite CareWinston-Salem, NCCongregational + Non-ProfitRespite care for familiesDebbie Pilson646 West Fifth Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
336-397-1345DPilson@centenary-ws.orghttp://www.centenary-ws.org/index.php/connect/ministries/daybreak-respite-careUMCOur mission: To enrich the lives of older adults in the community who cannot safely be left alone, and to help their families and their caregivers through specialized programs of respite care, education and support.
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Dinner Bell FarmSnow Camp, NCNon-ProfitSustainable FarmingRev. Stephanie Campbell7565 Snow Camp Rd. Snow Camp, NC239-287-5111dinnerbellfarmnc@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/dinnerbellfarmnc/Dinner Bell Farm is a small, sustainable farm on 40 beautiful acres in the Piedmont NC. Stephanie, the supervisor is ordained as a Deacon in the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. Participate in monthly clerby Sabbath Meal program on the farm with Life Around the Table ministry. Participate in Food and Faith small group study and work side-byside with the farm team to learn aspects of a sustainable farm to gain skills on growing food and caring for the soil, land, and water.NoContact Rev Stephanie Campbell for application process information
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Diversity in Conservation Internship ProgramMultiple locations in NCNon-profitConservationMelanie Allen(919) 828-4199 ext. 21.melanie@ctnc.orghttps://www.ctnc.org/connect/diversityinterns/n/aIn 2008, Conservation Trust for North Carolina established the Diversity in Conservation Internship Program (DCIP) for students of color, focusing our outreach to North Carolina’s 10 historically black colleges and universities. Campus outreach now includes the entire University of North Carolina system. CTNC and its partners introduce promising students and recent graduates to careers in conservation, and connect conservation organizations to potential employees.Yes Yes, paid $4400 plus housing stipend
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Down Home North CarolinaGreensboro, NCNonprofitCommunity OrganizingTodd Zimmer2617 Springwood Dr, Greensboro, NC 27403704-502-8521todd@downhomenc.orgDown Home NC is engaged in community organizing, with a focus on the multiracial working class of NC's small towns and rural areas. We are a member-led organization with a deep commitment to leadership development and racial and economic justice.No, Academic Year onlyContact Todd to express interest.
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El Buen PastorWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitLatino family servicesDon Durham4637 Tim Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106336.924.0401 Info@ElBuenPastorLCS.orghttp://elbuenpastorlcs.org/N/AThe mission of El Buen Pastor Latino Community Services is to strengthen Latino families in the Old Town area and help them adapt to their new lives in Winston-Salem.
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Elon University Office of Religious LifeElon, NCChaplaincyCollege chaplaincyRev. Lauren EmeryElon University
2960 Campus Box
Elon, North Carolina 27244
336.278.7729lemery2@elon.eduhttp://www.elon.edu/e-web/students/religious_life/staff.xhtmlN/AThe Truitt Center enables members of the Elon University community to learn about their own and other faiths, and to live lives of reconciliation.
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Elsewhere MuseumGreensboro, NCNon-profitCommunity artsErica Curry606 S. Elm Street Greensboro, NC 27406336.549.5555museum@goelsewhere.orghttp://www.goelsewhere.org/N/AElsewhere is a living museum using the massive collection of a former thrift store to build futures from old things and generate collaborative creativity in our downtown neighborhood and across the world.
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Emerywood Baptist ChurchHigh Point, NCCongregationN/AMeg Lacy1300 Country Club Drive, High Point, NC 2726336.885.6016meg.a.lacy@gmail.commeg.a.lacy@gmail.comCooperative Baptist Fellowship
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Emmanuel Baptist ChurchWinston-Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Dr. John Mendez1075 Shalimar Drive Winston-Salem, NC 27107336.788.7023 nommojm@bellsouth.nethttp://emmanuelbaptistws.com/American Baptist Churches, USAN/A
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Equality NCRaleigh, NCNon-profitLGBTQ advocacyChris Sgro5121 Hollyridge Drive, Raleigh, NC 27612919.829.0343sgro@equalitync.orghttp://equalitync.org/N/AEquality NC is dedicated to securing equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) North Carolinians.
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Equality Winston-SalemWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitLGBTQ advocacyPO Box 20382
Winston-Salem, NC 27120-0382
equalitywinstonsalem@gmail.comwww.equalitywinstonsalem.orgN/AOur mission is to promote the well-being of LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning/Queer) individuals and strengthen the LGBTQ community in Winston-Salem and surrounding communities. We do this by increasing resources through fundraising, targeting those resources strategically to areas of greatest need, partnering with open and affirming straight allies, and serving as a catalyst for ideas and solutions.
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Experiment in Self-RelianceWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitHomelessness and poverty supportTwana Roebuck1550 University Court, Winston-Salem, NC 27101336.722.9400twana.wellman@eisr.orghttp://www.eisr.org/N/AESR helps “working low-income” and chronically homeless” individuals and families who are ready to help themselves achieve their full potential for functional, social, and economic self-reliance through the design and application of cost-effective, individualized “Client Success Plans.”
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FaithHealthNCWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitHealth care advocacyBeth Kennett1 Medical Center Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC 27103336.716.9722epkennet@wakehealth.edu http://www.faithhealthnc.org/N/AFaithHealthNC is a dynamic partnership between faith communities, health systems and other health care providers focused on improving health. The partnerships are built on webs of trust. They combine the caring strengths of congregations, the clinical expertise of health providers and a network of community resources.
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Family Services W-SWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitCounseling, adoption, safe relationshipsJoetta Shepherd 1200 S Broad St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101336.722.8173jshepherd@fsifamily.orghttp://www.fsifamily.org/N/AWe envision a community working together to ensure that all families and children are safe, secure, and able to reach their full potential.
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Farm ChurchDurham, NCCongregationN/ABen Johnston-Krase927 West Trinity Ave. Durham, NC 27701262 822-2801benjkrase@gmail.com http://www.farmchurch.org Presbyterian Church (USA)No (both)
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Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE)Auschwitz, PolandFellowship ProgramProfessional EthicsThorin Tritterttritter@faspe-ethics.orghttp://www.faspe-ethics.org/fellows-by-yearN/AFASPE Seminary is a fully-funded, two-week summer program that uses the conduct of the clergy and other religious leaders in Nazi Germany as a launching point and backdrop for an intensive study of the contemporary ethical challenges facing religious leaders todayYes, 2 weeks onlyYes
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First Baptist Church ElkinElkin, NCCongregationN/ARev. Justin Bell, Associate Minister110 Gwyn Ave Elkin NC 28621336.835.1998justin@elkinfbc.comhttp://elkinfbc.com/wordpress/Cooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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First Baptist Church GreensboroGreensboro, NCCongregationN/ARev. Alan Sherouse1000 W Friendly Ave, Greensboro, NC 27401336.274.3286alan@fbcgso.orghttp://www.fbcgso.org/Cooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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First Baptist Church Highland AvenueWinston-Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Paul Robeson Ford700 North Highland Avenue, Winston-Salem, NC 27101(336) 722-5605revpford@fbcwinston.org http://www.fbcwinston.org/American Baptist Churches, USAN/A
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First Baptist Church JonesvilleJonesville, NCCongregationN/ARev. Roger Hensley134 Winston Rd.
P.O. Box 98
Jonesville, NC 28642
336.428.7208hughgene@aol.comhttp://www.fbcjonesville.com/Cooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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First Baptist Church KernersvilleKernersville, NCCongregationN/ARev. Dr. Stephen Martin 401 Oakhurst Street, Kernersville, NC 27284336.993.2577, x14dr.s.martin@embarqmail.comhttp://www.fbckernersville.org/Cooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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First Baptist Church MadisonMadison, NCCongregationN/ARev. Dr. Charles P. McGathy110 S. Franklin Street
Madison, NC 27025
336.548.6112cpmcgathy@yahoo.comhttp://firstbaptistchurchofmadison.org/Cooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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First Baptist Church MocksvilleMocksville, NCCongregationN/ARev. Shane Nixon412 North Main Street, Mocksville, NC 27028336.751.5312shane@ashanenixon.orghttp://www.fbcmocksville.orgCooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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First Baptist Church of BurlingtonBurlington, NCCongregationN/ADr. Terry E. Peele420 Maple Ave, Burlington, NC 27215336.229.1014pastor@firstbaptistburlington.comhttp://firstbaptistburlington.com/Cooperative Baptist Fellowship; Southern Baptist ConventionN/A
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First Baptist Church of JamestownJamestown, NCCongregationN/ARev. Jason Knight306 Guilford Road, PO Box 788, Jamestown, North Carolina 27282336-881-8430jason@fbcjamestown.net http://www.fbcjamestown.netCBFCBF Affiliated Church with smaller congregation (approx. 75 Members with approx. 60 in worship). Intern needs to be focused creation and implementation of ministry activities for children & youth.Summer (full-time format for a total of 200 hours), Academic Year (part-time format for a total of 200 hours)
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First Baptist Church ScottsdaleScottsdale, AZCongregationN/AJim Coston7025 E. Osborn Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85251480-945-6346jcoston@fbcscottsdale.orgfbcscottsdale.orgBaptistFBCScottsdale is a congregation situated in the heart of Scottsdale Arizona with 105 years of history.  The congregation of 300+ is multi-ethnic and multi-generational.  We are a multi-staff church focused on bringing others into greater relationship with Christ through Worship, Grow Groups (Life groups, bible studies and/or Sunday School classes) and Serve Teams (missions).  YesNo, contact Jim about summer internship- 9 weeks lodging, paid
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First Baptist Church Winston-SalemWinston-Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Emily Hull McGee501 West 5th Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101336.722.2558 x116ehullmcgee@firstonfifth.orghttp://www.firstonfifth.orgCooperative Baptist FellowshipN/A
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First Christian Church GreensboroGreensboro, NCCongregationN/ARev. Lee Hull Moses1900 West Market Street Greensboro, NC 27403336.273.4725pastor@fccgreensboro.orghttp://fccgreensboro.org/Christian Church - Disciples of ChristN/A
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First Christian Church Winston-SalemWinston-Salem, NCCongregationN/AInterim: Rev. Ken Massey2320 Country Club Road Winston-Salem, NC 27104336.918.0108 churchonedoc1@gmail.comhttp://disciplesofchrist.com/Christian Church - Disciples of ChristN/A
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First Congregational UCCAsheville, NCCongregationN/ARev. Joe Hoffman 20 Oak Street Asheville, NC 28801828.252.8729revjoehof@uccasheville.orghttp://www.uccasheville.org/United Church of ChristN/A
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First Presbyterian Church of Marion, NCMarion, NCCongregationN/ARev. Jacob Douylliez79 Academy Street Marion, NC 287528285590133douylliez.jacob@gmail.comhttp://www.firstpresmarion.org/Presbyterian Church (USA)N/A
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First Presbyterian Church ThomasvilleThomasville, NCCongregationN/AInterim: Rev. Jennie Hemrick21 Randolph Street, Thomasville, NC 27360336.476.4110fpcpastor@northstate.nethttp://firstpresthomasville.org/Presbyterian Church (USA)N/A
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Follow The Dream FoundationAlameda, CANon ProfitDemographic support for young individualsBritteny Floyd-Mayo2059 Clinton Ave #3 Alameda Ca510-320-7296Britteny22@gmail.com
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Forsyth Community Food ConsortiumWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitHunger advocacyMarcus Hill336.406.8765Marcus@forsythlocalfood.orghttp://forsythlocalfood.orgN/AFCFC is a community-driven development organization that was established as the central implementation recommended by our regional food system assessment (Forsyth County’s Community food System: A Foundation to Grow (2013)) to (1) serve as a convener, catalyst, and resource center for our regional food system, (2) oversee the implementation of the 23 other recommendations the report proposed, and to (3) continue to evolve the vision and practices of a local food system that is economically, socially, and environmentally equitable and sustainable.
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Forsyth Community GardeningWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitFood justice, hunger advocacyMegan Gregory
Community Gardening Coordinator
1450 Fairchild Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27105
336-705-8823gregormm@forsyth.cchttp://www.forsythcommunitygardening.com/N/AForsyth Community Gardening’s mission is to support residents in establishing and sustaining community gardens, primarily by developing local leaders’ skills in community organizing and sustainable horticulture. By growing gardens and garden leaders, we seek to improve residents’ access to fresh produce and nutrition, enhance environmental quality, provide outdoor educational opportunities for all ages, and promote social well-being.
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Forsyth FuturesWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitDemographic support for community and social justice projectsDan Barbara601 N. Cherry Street, Winston-Salem, NC(336) 701-1700 x100daniel@forsythfutures.orghttp://www.forsythfutures.org/N/AEstablished in 2006, Forsyth Futures is a non-profit collaborate of residents, organizations, and institutions working together to address critical community issues ... Forsyth Futures puts community knowledge to work by providing an objective broad view of local information, being a catalyst, connecting people, and serving as a convener.
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Forsyth Medical CenterWinston-Salem, NCChaplaincyCancer center chaplaincyRev. Joanne Henley3333 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
336.718.8588 jlshenley@novanthealth.orghttp://www.novanthealth.org/home/patientsvisitors/legalethicaldecisions/chaplaincyservices.aspxN/AForsyth Medical Center's chaplaincy service is committed to caring for the special spiritual needs of patients and families. Chaplains are available to help patients and families of all faith traditions explore spiritual questions and concerns that may arise during hospitalization.
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Forsyth Prison and Jail MinistriesWinston-Salem, NCChaplaincyPrison chaplaincyRev. Rodney Stilwell; Rev. Angela Roberson306 Craft Dr, Winston Salem, NC 27106336.759.0063, x22chaplainstilwell@forsythjpm.org; roachroberson@yahoo.comhttp://www.forsythjpm.org/N/AThe Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministries is a community funded ministry which provides Christian Ministry, counseling, and re-entry guidance to the incarcerated in our area. Our congregation includes the 1150 men, women, and children in the Forsyth County Law Enforcement Detention Center, the Forsyth Correctional Center, and the Youth Detention Center, all located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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Friedland Moravian ChurchWinston Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Adam Goodrich2750 Friedland Church Road Winston-Salem, NC 27107336-467-0353adamgoodrich17@gmail.comhttp://www.friedlandmoravian.org/Moravian
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Fries Memorial Moravian ChurchWinston Salem, NCCongregationN/AJeff Coppage251 N. Hawthorne Rd. Winston Salem, NC 27104336-722-2847frieschurchjeff@gmail.comMoravian ChurchFries is a congregation of the Moravian Church in America, Southern Province. The congregation is made up primarily of progressive Christians who highly value the Moravian ideals of unity in essentials and liberty in non-essentials. Education, music, and compassionate outreach are top priorities. The congregation values a sense of closeness, meaningful worship rooted in Moravian traditions, and a welcoming spirit that respects cultural and theological diversity. The congregation has a “can do”, “blue collar”, attitude about getting things done. However, we struggle to sustain the level of ministry programs and expectations sustained in the past. Rev Coppage is serving as a transitional pastor leading us through a 2-3 year interim ministry using a narrative-based model (The Appreciative Way). We are experiencing a sense of hopeful renewal as many creative, member-initiated mission and ministry endeavors are taking root from the work of five “Dream Teams.”No, Summer and School Year availableContact Jeff Coppage to express interest.
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G3 United Methodist ChurchWinston Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Ron Garner401 MEADOWLARK DRIVE MEADOWLARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WINSTON SALEM, NC 27106336-926-2297ron.garner@mttaborumc.orghttp://www.gathergrowgo.org/index.htmUnited Methodist Church
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Goler Memorial AME ZionWinston-Salem, NCCongregation and Non-ProfitLearning enrichmentRev. Dr. George Banks620 N Patterson Ave, Winston-Salem, NC 27101336.724-9411pastor@golermemorial.orghttp://golermemorial.org/Home.aspxAME ZionThe GIDE project is being held in four satellite learning centers. We are targeting inner-city disadvantage youth in lower income communities. The program provides homework assistance tutorial services and a series of mentoring programs that provides training in physical fitness visual and performing arts youth sports (basketball and cheerleaders) youth leadership parenting and male mentoring.
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GoodwillWinston Salem, NCNon-profitWorksite training, re-entry projectMichael Thomas & Tonja Fultz2701 University Parkway Winston Salem, NC 27105Tonja- 336-724-3625, Michael- 336-724-3625x1331tfultz@goodwillnwnc.org, mthomas@goodwillnwnc.orgwww.goodwillnwnc.orgn/aNo No
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Grace Baptist ChurchStatesville, NCCongregationN/ARev. Gary West719 Club Drive Statesville, NC 28677704.872.5130gracestatesville@gmail.com http://www.gracestatesville.org/Alliance of BaptistsN/A
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Grace Presbyterian ChurchWinston-Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Toure Marshall3901 Carver School Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27105336.767.7533toure.marshall@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Grace-Presbyterian-Church-USA/147719948614948Presbyterian Church (USA)N/A
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Greater First United Baptist ChurchHigh Point, NCCongregationN/ARev. Tacuma Samori Johnson1409 Deep River Road High Point, NC 27265336.882.6211PastorJohnson@greaterfirstunited.com http://www.greaterfirstunited.com/N/A
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Green Street UMCWinston-Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Kelly Carpenter639 South Green Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101336.722.8379revkelly@gmail.comhttp://greenstreetchurch.org/United Methodist ChurchN/A
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Greensboro JailGreensboro, NCChaplaincyN/AChaplain Burke201 South Edgeworth Street
Greensboro, NC
336.641.3099guilfordcountychaplain@live.comhttp://gcjm.org/?page_id=20
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Greensboro Urban MinistryGreensboro, NCNon-profitHomelessness and poverty supportRev. Myron Wilkins305 West Lee Street
Greensboro, NC 27406
336.271.5959wilkins@guministry.orghttp://www.greensborourbanministry.org/N/AFounded in 1967, Greensboro Urban Ministry is an ecumenical outreach agency supported by more than 200 congregations representing Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish faith traditions. Not only does Greensboro Urban Ministry provide crisis intervention and emergency services through the basics of food, and shelter, but we also help many individuals and families break the cycles of poverty, hunger, addiction, and homelessness.
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Guilford CollegeGreensboro, NCNon ProfitDiversity and InclusionKrishauna Hines-Gaither5800 W. Friendly Avenue, Greensboro, NC 204103363162473hinesgaitherkl@guilford.eduhttps://www.guilford.edu/academics/departments/multicultural-education-departmentN/AA branch of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the Intercultural Engagement Center (IEC) is committed to building an equitable and inclusive campus community at Guilford College through transformative programming and training. The IEC supports the educational, spiritual, cultural, physical, financial, and emotional development of all students, while giving particular attention to students who are from underrepresented backgrounds. The intern would work closely with three IEC coordinators: Immigrant Student Coordinator, Latinx Coordinator, LGBTQIA Coordinator.
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Guilford Park Presbyterian ChurchGreensboro, NCCongregationN/APastor Jeff Paschal2100 Fernwood Drive, Greensboro, NC 27408336-288-5452jpaschal@guilfordpark.orghttps://www.guilfordpark.org/Presbyterian Church (USA)
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Habitat for HumanityWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitHousing provision and advocacyMichael Campbell341 Witt Street Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27103(336) 306-8253mike.campbell@habitatforsyth.org http://www.habitatforsyth.org/home0.aspxN/ABuilding Hope by Building Homes- Steadfastly adhering to a philosophy of a “hand-up, not a hand-out,” Habitat is a powerful engine of collaboration and reciprocity whereby those who qualify- by having a history of steady income, verifiable need and a willingness to work hard- soon become involved in giving help to others. Interest-free mortgage payments go back to Habitat to help future homeowners. Through this proven and integrity-based strategy of making home ownership a reality, Habitat for Humanity has fundamentally changed lives in 90 countries, all 50 United States, and for more than 350 Partner Families right here in our community.
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Harmony Ridge FarmsTobaccoville, NCNon-profitCommunity supported agriculture K. Isaac Oliver3835 Bowens Rd
Tobaccoville, NC 27050
336.467.1052harmonyridgefarms@gmail.comhttp://harmonyridgefarms.net/N/A
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Haywood Street CongregationAsheville, NCCongregationalN/ABrian Combs297 Haywood Street
Asheville, NC 28801
828-246-4250revbcombs@haywoodstreet.orghttp://haywoodstreet.orgNon AffiliatedTo be a transformative open community of Christ, led by the Holy Spirit, creating opportunities to serve and be served so that all who participate are empowered to claim their identity as a Child of God.
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Hebron United Church of ChristWinston Salem, NCCongregationN/ARev. Terry Parrish129 Hebron Church Rd Winston Salem, NC 27107(336) 575-9004revterrypjr@yahoo.comN/AUnited Church of Christ
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High Point Jail MinistryHigh Point, NCChaplaincyPrison chaplaincyRev. Gene WilliamsP.O. Box 321
High Point, NC 27262
336.641.6970 HPJMinistries@co.guilford.nc.ushttp://www.hpjm.org/joomla/N/AEvery inmate booked into the High Point Jail who is willing to work to change his or her life will be provided the resources to do so ... It is the belief of the High Point Jail Ministry that the only way a criminal can become a productive citizen is through a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ. It is, therefore, the Ministry's goal to give all inmates who are willing to participate an opportunity to learn how to enter into a relationship with God and then to give them opportunities to grow into disciples of Christ and become the people God created them to be – productive citizens in our community ... HPJM respects the many different faiths represented within the inmate community, and offers to connect individuals with volunteers and spiritual leaders from their own faith.
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Highland Presbyterian ChurchWinston-Salem,NCCongregationN/ARev. Randy Harris2380 Cloverdale Ave Winston-Salem, NC 27103336.724.6303rharris@highlandpres.orghttp://www.highlandpres.org/Presbyterian Church (USA)N/A
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Hispanic LeagueWinston-Salem,NCNon-profitHispanic/latino community servicesMari Jo Turner690 Coliseum Drive Winston-Salem, NC 27106336.770.1228info@hispanicleague.orghttp://www.hispanicleague.org/home1N/A
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Holy Covenant United Church of ChristCharlotte, NCCongregationN/ARev. Dr. Nancy Ellett Allison 3501 West W T Harris Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28269704.599.9810 hcpastor@carolina.rr.comhttp://www.holycovenantucc.org/United Church of ChristN/A
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HOPE of Winston SalemWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitInterfaith Hunger advocacyMary Law505 Deacon Blvd
Winston Salem, NC 27105
mary.hopews@gmail.comhttp://www.hopews.org/ To use the resources of the interfaith community to prepare and transport nutritious meals on Sunday to children in neighborhoods with the highest food insecurity. To use the meals to distribute information on healthy diet and recipes and on use of federal programs to buy healthy foods. To deliver fresh produce.
Once we are well established throughout the community, we will ask schools, fraternities, and businesses to donate school supplies, books, coats, mittens, etc. and will act as a delivery system for many charities. To provide a website with locations and hours of all current local pantries, church dinners and sources of free food in interactive map form.
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Hospice and Palliative Care Center of GreensboroGreensboro, NCChaplaincyHospice and palliative care chaplaincyRisa Hanau, Vice President of Clinical Services; Beverly Isley-Landreth2500 Summit Ave, Greensboro, NC 27405336.621.2500rhanau@hospicegso.org; blandreth@hospicegso.orghttp://www.hospicegso.org/N/ACelebrating life since 1980, Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro (HPCG), a non-profit organization, supports people in the Greater Greensboro area and enables them to live fully, with comfort and dignity, to the end of life. HPCG provides physical, emotional and spiritual support for people faced with a life-limiting illness as well as their caregivers and families.
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Hospice and Palliative Care Center of Iredell CountyMooresville, NCChaplaincyHospice and palliative care chaplaincyLynn Kunkle, Supervisor of Chaplains and Bereavement Staff2347 Simonton Rd. Statesville, NC 28635704.873.3766sharon.elizabeth.snow@gmail.comhttp://www.hoic.org/default.aspN/AA community-based nonprofit organization, Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County provides physical, social, emotional and spiritual support for those with life-limiting illnesses as well as assistance with pain and symptom management for those with chronic conditions.
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Hospice and Palliative Care Center of Winston-SalemWinston-Salem, NCChaplaincyHospice and palliative care chaplaincyRev. Dr. Ken Bradstock101 Hospice Lane Winston-Salem, NC 27103336.408.9210Ken.Bradstock@hospicecarecenter.orghttp://hospicecarecenter.org/N/AHospice & Palliative Care Center provides compassionate care for those individuals living with a life-limiting illness and their families, through quality medical, emotional, spiritual, and social support ... With support from our communities, we will provide the absolute best in compassionate, competent, and cost-effective end-of-life healthcare to all who need it.
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Institute for Dismantling Racism / Freedom TreeWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitLeadership training and community organizing around anti-racism issuesRev. Willard Bass639 S. Green Streeet, WS, NC, 27101336.722.8379revwillard.bass@gmail.comhttp://idrnc.org/N/AThe Institute for Dismantling Racism is a community organization dedicated to the elimination of institutional racism and all other forms of oppression. Our deliberate process is grounded on intentional community building through education, organizing and the establishment of institutional teams. The ultimate goal is to develop institutional capacity for transformation and the development of anti-racist identity and culture, which will result in institutions equipped to support and affirm ALL individuals within and without them.
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Inter-Faith Food ShuttleRaleigh, NCNon-profitInter-Faith Food Shuttle is an innovative hunger-relief organization serving seven counties in and around the Triangle. Don Eli1001 Blair Dr., Suite 120, Raleigh, NC 27603(919) 250-0043don@foodshuttle.orghttp://foodshuttle.orgn/a We believe hunger IS fixable if the community works together to do two things: create sources of healthy food in every low-income neighborhood and grow opportunities for people to provide for themselves by learning job skills or growing their own food. From BackPack Buddies to nutrition education, mobile markets to culinary job training to urban agriculture training, we go directly to people in need and create what works to empower them. We feed. We teach. We grow…to create a hunger-free and healthy community.
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Inter-Faith Food Shuttle's Camden Street Learning GardenRaleigh, NCNon-profitFood justice and hunger issuesKatie Murray1001 Blair Drive, Raleigh, NC 27603(929) 352-4769katie@foodshuttle.orghttp://foodshuttle.org/n/aWe Feed. We Teach. We grow. As a Feeding America food bank, IFFS provides immediate food relief to an average of 51,000 people per month in seven central North Carolina counties, including Wake. Our mission is to pioneer innovative, transformative solutions designed to end hunger in our community. As with all food banks, we distribute food to agencies that serve those in need. However, since our founding in 1989, we have expanded beyond emergency food assistance to the broader mission of improving health outcomes and empowering communities to develop their own sustainable supplies of nutritious food. Since the recent establishment of the Camden Street Learning Garden in Southeast Raleigh, IFFS has successfully implemented a variety of sustainable agriculture/gardening and nutrition related programs onsite and in local schools aimed at providing self sufficiency skill building and encouraging the adoption of healthy behaviors.Yes
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Interactive Resource CenterGreensboro, NCNon-profitHomelessness and poverty supportMichelle Kennedy, executive director407 E. Washington Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
(336)332-0824michelle@gsodaycenter.orghttp://gsodaycenter.orgN/A“The Interactive Resource Center assists people who are homeless, recently homeless or facing homelessness reconnect with their own lives and with the community at large.”
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Interfaith Winston-SalemWinston-Salem, NCNon-profitInterfaith engagementDrea Parker1959 North Peace Haven Rd., #256
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
336-722-9112dreas.parker@yahoo.com, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Winston-Salem-Interfaith-Group/264218990310457

N/AInterfaith Winston-Salem is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. We are an all-volunteer educational group that brings together members of many faith traditions – religious and non-religious – to gain a greater understanding of and respect for each other’s traditions. As we better understand other traditions, we hope to develop a deeper appreciation for our own that will manifest itself in active goodwill to other individuals and to the community as a whole.

We offer traditional lectures and short-term classroom studies as well as creative special events and projects that enable us to learn by experiencing the other.
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