Wilmington Non-Profit Community Donations

Our mission at Jeff Gordon Chevrolet is to always be involved with our Wilmington community by team up as partners to raise awareness and support for those in need. As known all sales and service purchases made with Jeff Gordon go directly to help Wilmington area nonprofits and organizations. Now more than ever our these great organizations in the Wilmington community need our help.

WARM

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Image Courtesy: WARM 

 

WARM helps serve low-income homeowners in Brunswick, New Hanover, and Pender Counties by assisting in preventing home accidents and illnesses. 

During this time WARM is looking for donations.

What they can accept:

  1. Tools of any kind power or otherwise
  2. Yard work tools especially leaf rakes and flat shovels
  3. Tapes such as painters tape, electrical tape or duct tape
  4. Cleaning supplies
  5. Personal protective gear such as masks or safety glasses

 What they can’t accept:

  1. Nails or screws
  2. Roofing materials
  3. Light fixtures
  4. Used plumbing supplies

 

If you have any questions about your donations please call WARM’s office at (910)399-7563

https://www.warmnc.org/

https://www.facebook.com/WARM.Wilmington/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

 

Family Promise of the Lower Cape Fear 

Family Promise also known as WIHN (Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality Network) has an emergency shelter program that unites the communities of partners in an effort to assist homeless families. In addition Family Promise also owns 12 units of transitional housings for families who are victims of domestic violence. 

Here is their wishlist of items needed.

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Image Courtesy: Family Promise of the Lower Cape Fear

Giving site (they are doing a HUGE campaign for monetary donations this week):

FPEmergencyRelief. Vulnerable families need our help.”

https://www.fpgives.org/organizations/family-promise-of-the-lower-cape-fear

 Contact info:

http://familypromiselcf.org/

https://www.facebook.com/wilmingtoninterfaithhospitalitynetwork/

(910) 769-4730

 

Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC

The Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC is asking for monetary donations rather then food at this time. The Food Bank maintains focus on acquiring shelf-stable food items at this time so that we can support families and seniors for the long haul during COVID-19.  With monetary resources, we can purchase the food items most-need and provide them to our community’s most vulnerable. “

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Image Courtesy: Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC 

 Contact:

OFFICE 910.251.1465 ext. 2201

foodbankcenc.org

https://www.facebook.com/FoodBankCENC/?__tn__=%2Cd%2CP-R&eid=ARAyIX55qjk1MmtKSpgbumg7_b91elqrHPxxUJ_q8PkXc7r3Sl4-N9QaoFZT9R4fn745uOCvdvKyT0Nw

 

NourishNC

NourishNC is a nonprofit that provides supplemental food assistance to hungry students in New Hanover County schools. NourishNC is looking for help getting snack packs together. Snack packs are a kid-friendly service project that helps give back to the children who are in need. If you do not have the needed ingredients for the snack packs everything can be ordered online and shipped straight to your door! 

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Image Courtesy: NourishNC

You can pack as few or as many as you like they can be shipped or dropped off at Nourish NC warehouse at 601 Greenfield Street, Monday – Thursday 9-5!

You can learn more here:

https://nourishnc.org/takeaction/snackpacks/

Here’s your shopping list made easy:

Bags: https://tinyurl.com/r6vpocy

Snack A: https://tinyurl.com/s9whdwr

Snack B: https://tinyurl.com/qwor5cx

Snack C: https://tinyurl.com/w3amly5

Juice: https://tinyurl.com/vlqf27o

 

Animal Shelters 

This is the perfect time to foster a furry friend. Just to name a few places who might be looking for help with fostering animals, you could reach out to Columbus, Pender, Bladen and Duplin county shelters. You never know you could meet your best furry friend. 

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These are just a few of the nonprofits in Wilmington that could use our help during this time. Now is a great time for some spring cleaning. If you find extra items be sure to donate those instead of throwing them away.  See if your favorite nonprofit needs any assistance or donations.