Hands & Hearts 2021 Information Below
Your Gift in Action
When you donate to Hands & Hearts 2021 your gift will go to work right here in the Greater Winston-Salem area to help families in need. Each year The Salvation Army serves more than 25,000 individuals. Here’s where your gift helps;
- The Center of Hope Family Shelter; Forsyth County’s only family emergency homeless shelter.
- The Ken Carlson Boys & Girls Club; Educating and Inspiring children for over 80 years
- Food pantries in downtown Winston-Salem and Kernersville; distributing more than 30,000 pounds of food each month.
- Senior Center; keeping older adults active and engaged.
- Social Services; providing Emergency Assistance to help clients keep the lights on and the rent paid.
Become a Sponsor!
When you become a sponsor of Hands & Hearts 2021, our annual fundraising event, you make it possible for families in need to find help within our doors. In a nation and a community continuing to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever for our doors to be open to our neighbors facing a crisis.
Your sponsorship makes that happen. Please consider joining us in the Fight For Good by becoming a Hands & Hearts 2021 sponsor today.
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Or contact Robin Stone at 336-245-2080 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Reserve Your Virtual Seat!
Hands & Hearts 2021 will take place via Zoom on Thursday, May 13, from noon until 1pm.
There is no charge to reserve your “seat” but when you do we’ll make sure you get a reminder before the event and any updates that you may need. Plus, you’ll get sneak previews of some of the powerful, inspiring messages you will hear and see at the event.
Have friends you want to invite? Host a Watch Party virtually or in person (following all safety protocols of course)
Can't watch but want to help?
Stories of Hope
The Salvation Army Center of Hope family shelter is the only emergency refuge for families in Forsyth County. It provides shelter for single mothers, single fathers, parents with children, and single women. Watch former shelter resident Gladys tell her story.