We are honored that CSH has featured our SECU Lakeside Reserve program. They are a leading organization advocating for supportive housing in North America. Find them on Instagram at @csh_innovate; they are on Facebook and Twitter too. Online at www.csh.org. About Corporation for Supportive Housing To prevent and end homelessness,
Gather a team of 4 and join us for Bowling for Backpacks on Friday, March 11, 2022 at Cardinal Lanes Shipyard! March 11, 2022 • 6 – 9 pm Cardinal Lanes Shipyard, 3907 Shipyard Blvd, Wilmington, NC $100 per team of four Backpacks are a lifeline for people experiencing homelessness.
With every $3,000 we raise, that’s one more family that we can rehouse. Your support makes it possible for families, seniors, Veterans, and persons with disabilities from our community to return to stable housing, and just in time for the holidays! The past year and a half has been a
Our 19th Annual Fundraiser is happening April 23-25, 2022 at Country Club of Landfall. Join us for a variety of fabulous events throughout the weekend, including a tennis and pickleball mixer, live auction and dinner, virtual silent auction, and golf tournament. Click here for more information on tickets and sponsorship
Join us on March 25, 2022 from 6-9 pm for the Inaugural Gimme Shelter in Brunswick County! We’ll gather at the beautiful Barn at Rock Creek in Leland, with live music from Massive Grass and food from Spoonfed Kitchen & Bar and Cluckin Pig BBQ. This indoor/outdoor venue is absolutely stunning
Flavor of North Carolina Online Auction runs November 4-8; free registration for the auction and sponsorship opportunities are available at www.flavorofnc.org
Our 18th Annual Golf Tournament is planned for May 22-24, 2021 at Country Club of Landfall. All details can be found on our event website including sponsorship and registration. Thank you for supporting this important fundraiser for Good Shepherd’s mission to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, and foster transition
November 2020 As we approach the end of 2020, we can all agree it has been a challenging, often frightening, and unsettling year for all of us. Imagine being homeless on top of all the fears surrounding COVID-19. At Good Shepherd, we remain a safety net for our neighbors in