Pathways Nonprofit Partners
City with Dwellings
We are a cooperative organization who works to engage our whole community in the effort to end homelessness in Winston-Salem, NC. Our diverse partnership of congregations, colleges, civic groups, and individuals – including persons formerly homeless – come together, empower, and humanize those who face homelessness, provide winter emergency shelter and outreach services, and strategically plan how we can integrate important homeless resources in our dynamic city and its developing downtown.
Volunteer Opportunities Coming Soon
Homelessness & Housing | Crisis & Bereavement
Exchange / SCAN
Exchange/SCAN's mission is to prevent and treat child abuse in Northwest NC.
Kids are great. They deserve to be fed, sheltered, and clothed, to have the opportunity to grow to be safe with the people that they trust. Unfortunately for over 107,000 kids in North Carolina, this isn't the case. At SCAN, we're here to help.
Exchange/SCAN provides a variety of programs to prevent and treat child abuse. Today 20 different services or support groups are used in the prevention and treatment of child abuse and over 10,000 individuals are reached in 16 counties in Northwest North Carolina.
Crisis & Bereavement
FaithHealthNC is a dynamic partnership between faith communities, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and other health care providers focused on improving health. Clergy and their congregations assign volunteers, known as Congregational Care Coordinators (CCCs), to facilitate supportive health care ministries for their members and neighbors.
Volunteer Opportunities Coming
Health & Wellness
Housing & Clothing | Crisis & Bereavement
H.O.P.E of Winston-Salem
H.O.P.E. is a community-wide effort to use the resources of individuals and groups to assemble and distribute healthy meals to children at risk of hunger in their own neighborhoods on Sundays when few other sources of food are available. We use a large green truck with a sound system like an ice cream truck to deliver meals plus collected produce to sites in food deserts where children are hungry and families don't have access to fresh produce. The children sit and eat and enjoy time with volunteers. It's a fun, positive experience where relationships are built and classes requested by the families help empower families to live healthy lives.
Health & Wellness | Crisis & Bereavement
Samaritan Ministries is an interdenominational, volunteer-based Christian ministry that serves Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Our Soup Kitchen and Samaritan Inn Shelter are open 365 days and nights a year to serve people in need.
Samaritan Ministries also hosts:
Project Cornerstone, a residential substance abuse recovery program for men.
The Empowerment Project, a street outreach program that connects homeless adults and families experiencing mental health struggles or substance use disorders to resources enabling them to work on goals like permanent housing, health and income.
Homelessness & Housing | Food Security | Health & Wellness | Crisis & Bereavement
Our mission is to provide and coordinate creative, quality services that enable senior adults to remain at home, living as independently as possible, thereby empowering them to live out their lives with dignity. With concern for those who care for senior adults, we also strive to assist caregivers through services and education that will benefit them.
Senior Services manages programs including Home Care, Meals on Wheels, the Williams Adult Day Center and more.
Food Security | Life Skills & Empowerment Training
Second Harvest Food Bank of NWNC
Working Together for a Healthy and Hunger-free Northwest North Carolina
Serving an 18-county region, Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC is a vibrant hub for the work of feeding community. Every day, we move 37 tons of food through our warehouses and out to our neighbors that need it most through our network of 470 dedicated, on-the-ground partners. Beyond food, we support our partners through providing capacity building grants, nutrition programming, tools for advocating for families and more.
Food Security | Health & Wellness
SECU Family House
For a mother who had not one but two children (50 and 52 yr.) fighting cancer at the same time, the Family House was an ‘oasis in the desert’ for her. She had arrived from out of state, alone and scared. But when she walked through the front door of the SECU Family House at 2am she felt safe, at home, and comforted. The SECU Family House in Winston-Salem provides affordable lodging and support services in a caring environment for adult patients and their caregivers who travel to Forsyth County for medical treatment.
Needs: The SECU Family House has a variety of long or short term, individual, or group volunteer opportunities to meet your needs and interests. Individual opportunities include guest and administrative support, general housekeeping, baking, or arts and crafts. Group or family opportunities include preparing meals, deep cleaning the house, making cookies, or making caregiver bags. We are a great place to complete Crosby Scholar service hours. The Family House relies on monetary and in-kind donations of “wish list” items such as paper products, toiletries, and breakfast items to keep the Family House a safe and comfortable haven for guests in medical crisis. Join the Family House family!
Health & Wellness | Crisis & Bereavement
The Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem is an interfaith ministry that promotes and supports successful aging by providing direct services, volunteer opportunities, and enrichment programs for older adults.
Solus Christus shares the hope of the Gospel with women in addiction. We provide safe housing, discipleship programs and transitional living. Our primary mission is to preach the Gospel, giving grace and hope to those caught in the snares of addiction, offering them abundant life in Christ.
Volunteer Opportunities coming soon
Homelessness & Housing | Health & Wellness | Crisis & Bereavement
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