Category: Non Profits

Family Fun at the 2017 High Point Cycling Classic

By Guest Blogger Ken Cohn The 2017 High Point Cycling Classic marks the return of one of the most well attended and celebrated sports and entertainment events in High...

Doing Good Things Series: Winston-Salem Ambassadors

 By Suzy Fielders, Development & Marketing Partner of Winston-Salem Ambassadors  Winston-Salem is home to many amazing non-profit organizations that do everything...

July 6, 2017: Spoonful of Sugar

Spoonful of Sugar: A Sweet Exploration of Art in its Many Forms Thursday, July 6th from 5:30 – 8:00 pm SECCA Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art 750...

Shifting the Odds for Children in Forsyth

By Guest Blogger Melissa Payton, Chief Fund Development Officer with Imprints Cares Imprints Cares, an early childhood education nonprofit, seeking to break the cycle of...

5 Things Your Family Can Do to Fight Hunger

By Guest Blogger Gwen Frisbie-Fulton with Second Harvest Food Bank When many of us think summer, we think summer food: hot dogs, popsicles, and watermelon. However,...

Doing Good Things Series: Diaper Bank of North Carolina

By Guest Blogger Elizabeth Thomas, Greater Triad Branch Director What would you do if you had to choose between buying food, paying your bills, and keeping your baby in...

Doing Good Things Series: The Man Van

By Guest Blogger Jay Callahan I began my blog at www.jmclaincallahan.com in 2016 and it had a great first year. It was runner-up for best Winston-Salem blog of the year...

April 23-29, 2017: National Volunteer Week

Help GCS Celebrate Volunteers! National Volunteer Week, April 23-29, is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging individuals to engage in their communities....

April 15 – 30, 2017: Lost & Found

Peppercorn Theatre at Kaleideum Presents Lost & Found by John Bowhers and Harry Poster Original Music by Colin Allured Directed by Harry Poster Public Performances:...

Forsyth Creek Week: The Cure for “NDD”

Sponsored by Forsyth Creek Week It’s jokingly referred to as “Nature Deficit Disorder” — the propensity for kids to spend all their time indoors, often with...