Serve | Education & Mentorship

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Brownsboro Community Partnership works in the Colony Apartment area of Winston-Salem, 27106 to partner with the community through tutoring, meals, games, and other activities.

Volunteer opportunities include: meal organizer, tutor, small group leader, game leader, parent involvement coordinator or special events planner.


El Buen Pastor, Latino Community Service’s seeks to offer Latino families hope for a positive future, and to build bridges between the Latino community and the greater community as we facilitate cross-cultural relationships that bring new understandings and benefits to all involved.

Volunteer Opportunities include: tutoring, providing admin support, special event photographer, teaching/assisting in short-term enrichment classes, spanish/English translator, teaching “seminar” to adults or children, crafts, music lessons, college counselor, citizenship tutoring, athletic coaching.


Family Services works collaboratively with government, education, other nonprofit organizations and citizens to solve our community’s complex social problems.

Too many individuals in our community struggle with poverty, unemployment and domestic upheaval that threaten not only the lives of their own families but also our collective future.
Family Services works to help children, families and individuals make positive, lasting changes in their lives; strengthen families; build a healthier, more stable community; and build a better future for all of us.

Volunteer Opportunities: Reading to Head Start children, Supporting Early Head Start teachers, Attending to our Healing Gardens landscaping, Maintenance and updates to the Women’s Shelter and other Family Services facilities, Family Services event volunteer.


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Lit City’s youth development initiatives seeks to build in solidarity with under-served Winston-Salem teens from the “classroom to the corner, from the court to the concert.” 

Through leadership development, mentoring/advocacy, sports/fitness, and urban artistic expression, our hope is to holistically bear witness to the Kin’dom of God. 

In addition to our off-campus work we currently partner with 4 schools to lead after school groups that help students explore questions of identity, purpose, destiny, and social consciousness. 


Piedmont Freedom Schools (PFS) is a summer enrichment program, birthed out of the 1964 Freedom Summer. 

With a strong social justice emphasis, PFS seeks to engage scholars in intentional culturally-relevant curriculum to reduce summer learning slide and empower them to make a difference in their community, nation, and world with hope, action and education.

For the last several years Freedom Schools have existed in Winston-Salem, beginning with an inaugural site at Kimberley Park Elementary. Each morning begins with a time called Harambee, or “pull it together,” full of cheers, chants, guest readers, and self-esteem building activities to increase the scholars’ love of education and more importantly, themselves. 

Volunteer Opportunities Available for: Harambee Readers daily at two summer sites and community volunteers to share their gifts, skills, and talents with the scholars during afternoon activities.