Things are moving quickly at SECU Lakeside Reserve as we prepare to finish Phase II and the addition of 24 units of affordable housing for chronically homeless adults with a disability. As dirt was moved and underground plumbing installed, we moved on to pouring concrete beds. Soon after the trucks
Gather your best strikers and come bowl to benefit Good Shepherd Center! This is a super fun, family-friendly event. Teams are challenged to collect new backpacks and supplies for our homeless guests and bring them on Saturday, March 2 at Ten Pin Alley from 10 am – 1 pm.
Visit our event website~learn more about the event, sponsorship, and purchase tickets. We return to the newly renovated Country Club of Landfall for our 16th year of this incredible event. Raising over $209,000 in 2018, we are looking forward to another record-breaking tournament including the dinner with live and silent
May 18, 2019 at Hugh MacRae Park – 10 am – 1 pm All the fun details will be coming soon! Want to be part of the planning committee?? Email Stacy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your calendars for Monday, October 14th, when we’ll host our annual Brunswick County Golf Tournament & Games Day at Magnolia Greens Golf Course in Leland, NC. This year’s tournament will be all the more special after Hurricane Florence caused our 2018 tournament to be canceled. Sponsorship opportunities are available
After a wildly successful event in 2018, we are returning to our favorite new venue, Carolina Yacht Club, for what promises to be the biggest and best Flavor event yet on Saturday, November 9th, 2019. If you are interested in being involved as a sponsor or supporting our committee, please
Save the Date! Empty Bowls will return in March 2020! This biannual event will celebrate 10 events in 20 years in 2020~can you believe it!? We hope you’ll join us for this wonderful day to support the work of Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard and Good Shepherd Center. Exact date TBA.
“I am homeless.” These are three words you hope you never have to say. That’s how we started the draft of this letter in early September. Then came Hurricane Florence and now there are far more uttering these difficult words – neighbors who have lost everything and are looking to