2021-2022 Advisory Board

The Advisory Board of the Salvation Army in High Point is committed to promoting dedicated Christian service. We will provide the leadership, stability and vision necessary to meet the changing human needs of our community.


Executive Committee

  • Eric Abeles, Chair
  • Cliff Mann, Vice-Chair
  • Ericka Best-Hunt, Secretary
  • Wyn Godwin, Treasurer


Advisory Board Life Members

  • Ray Edwards
  • Christine Greene


Advisory Board Roster

  • Sue Brammer
  • Chuck Portaro
  • Ronald D. Crowder
  • Danny Davis
  • Preston Davis
  • Scott Dunbar
  • Heinz Kattenfeld
  • Bart Lassiter
  • Edgar Pat Levy
  • Randy McCaslin
  • Angela McGill
  • Dale Richardson
  • Quin Schoch
  • Bill O'Shea
  • Nathan Chrisawn
  • James (Jed) Routh
  • Jordan Lessard
  • Charlene Green
  • Kim Floyd
  • Cyril Jefferson
  • Bobby Irvin

Volunteering for the Salvation Army allows me to connect with the community and assist others in need.

Eric Abeles

I love being part of an organization that really is “doing the most good”.

Angela McGill

I appreciate the Salvation Army’s commitment to stand in the gap for the most vulnerable in our society. It practices being Christ’s hands and feet right here in the High Point community.

Preston Davis

Serving on the High Point Salvation Army Advisory Board is a great way to honor God's primary commands....."Love Him, Love Others"!

Chuck Portao

I love the staff and the life time friendships I have made with fellow board members during the past 25+ years serving on the Advisory Board. Without a doubt, the charity “doing the most good,” “for the least of these,” and the one charity that stands heads above all others in returning by far the highest percentage of donations and return on investment to help meet the needs in the communities it serves.

Ron Crowder

God is love, and the Salvation Army exemplifies God’s love by assisting others in so many ways during times of difficulty and hardship. I am truly blessed to be part of this wonderful organization!

Kim Floyd

To most people, the words “Salvation Army”, means “Disaster Relief” or invokes the visual of bell ringers in front of “Red Kettles” at Christmas. Our Salvation Army is a lot more than that. I’m proud to be associated with an organization that provides spiritual, physical and emotional support to our community. “Doing the Most Good” is a slogan often used by the Salvation Army and reminds me that its’ mission in our community supports Social Services (rent, utilities, clothing and food assistance), Family Shelter Services (break the cycle of poverty), Boy’s and Girl’s Club (empowering our youth), Affordable Housing, Thrift Stores and a lot more. It is a blessing to serve this wonderful organization.

Cliff Mann