AARF (Animal Adoption & Rescue Foundation:
Mature 16 and older volunteers are needed to help with cleaning, feeding, and caring for the animals. Help is also needed at adoption fairs.
Bethesda Center for the Homeless:
Contact: Katie Hall, 336-722-9951, ext. 1414
Donate needed items or volunteer to serve a meal and a message of hope.
City Lights Ministry:
Contact: Pastor Melanie Bell, 336-831-1003
Donate needed items, volunteer at a Sidewalk Bible school, after-school tutoring, in the office, homeless ministry, children’s clothing closet, and much more.
Clemmons Food Pantry:
Provides supplemental groceries to residents of Forsyth County in need.
Crisis Control Ministries:
Help families and individuals in desperate need get back on their feet.
Greensboro Urban Ministry:
Food pantry, Potter’s House, Pathways Family Center.
Forsyth Humane Society:
Contact: Country Club Location: 336-721-1303 University North Location: 336-955-1750
Spend time with cats, kittens, puppies, and dogs as they wait to find their forever homes. Keep kennels clean and make animals’ days brighter. Ages 16 and under must volunteer with an adult.
Hospice & Palliative Care Center:
Contact: Angela Henrichs email@example.com
Bake cookies, brownies, or cakes; make neck pillows or blankets and earn service hours.
Joy Prom is a full-scale, annual prom for the special needs individuals in our community. Volunteers assist in making the prom a memorable and fun experience.
Contact: Heather Rompel firstname.lastname@example.org
Those who crochet or knit can donate to Petite Boutique.
Police Prayer Circle:
Held the 2nd Sunday of each month.
Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center:
Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center provides quality, professional equine assisted activities for both children and adults with special needs. Volunteers are needed to lead horses, side walkers, and to assist students during class.
Salem Pregnancy Care Center:
Contact: Robin, 336-754-9690
Start a baby bottle campaign with your church or school group. Collect bottles, filled with change, and drop off at Salem Pregnancy Care. Call for more information or to get your bottles.
Contact: 336-748-1962, ext. 303 or email email@example.com
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC:
Volunteers ages 12 and up can help inspect, sort, and repackage product donations, help out at an annual community drive, or organize their own food drive. Youth 12-15 must be accompanied by an adult.
A Storehouse for Jesus:
Provides food, clothing, medical clinics, and much more to those in need in and around Mocksville.
Winston-Salem Rescue Mission:
Contact: Sandy Carrico, Volunteer Coordinator, 336-723-1848, ext. 121 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer help is needed in the food pantry, clothing closet, thrift store, outside projects, and more.