Each night in the United States, an estimated 600,000 people live on the streets. This October, the national goal is to get 2 million people to show that even a small act of love, such as donating a pair of socks, can make a big difference in the lives of our neighbors who are homeless. Unity of Wilmington is going to be a part of those 2 million generous contributors! Please participate with us by bringing in socks!
Collection of Box Tops for Education— We collect the Box Tops for Education coupons found on many General Mills products. Roland-Grise Middle School PTA receives ten cents for each box top. A jar is located on the foyer table for the coupons. We have donated $170 in box tops to date.
Baby Shower collection of items such as diapers, newborn clothing and supplies for the Kelly House, a non-profit therapeudic home for women with substance use disorders who are pregnant or have infants up to six months old.
Collection of Household Items for Good Shepherd's Ashely Center, a transitional housing for Vets moving into permanent housing after being homeless.
Collection of School Supplies for children in Pender, Bladen and New Hanover counties.
Habitat for Humanity-making and serving lunch to 30+ Habitat workers.
Good Shepherd Ministries - collecting toiletries and personal care supplies. Good Shepherd Ministries provides sleeping, eating and showering facilities for the homeless in our greater community. Each day they support over 200 people.
Nourish NC - Thank you for your donations of packaged food items to provide Summer take-home boxes for children in New Hanover and Brunswick counties.
Intentional Acts of Kindness - Unity of Wilmington filled a giant blank board with postings of your not-so-random acts of kindness during the month of April. Rev. Mindy challenged each one of the peeps to come up with their contributions of good works to the greater good of our community and our world!
Yard Sale - Unsold goods from our Annual Yard Sale were distributed to the following organizations: clothing to Good Shepher Ministries, books to Homes of Hope, bedding to disAbility Resource Center and to make pet beds for local shelters, and household items to Salty Paws Animal Thrift Store. The Rescue Mission of Cape Fear picked up the rest. Whew and thank you!
"Soup-er" Bowl Sunday - Donations of canned and boxed soups collected in February went to Mother Hubbard's Cupboard
Meals on Wheels Lasagna Lunch for 300 homebound seniors
‘Socktober’ is the name of our project to collect socks for the Homeless Shelter.
Making Angels for Lower Caper Fear Hospice Center: Crafted angels were placed in guest rooms to serve as loving guides for their journey home.
Collection of food for the Food Bank of Eastern NC.
Focus on Intentional Acts of Kindness throughout our local community.
Valentines for Vets: Notes of gratitude for those recuperating in the Fayetteville VA Medical Center.