Partnership To End Homelessness
The AmeriCorps Partnership to End Homelessness, a program of The Servant Center, is an energetic, dedicated group of diverse individuals interested in ending homelessness and hunger in Guilford County.
Our 20+ members are from different backgrounds, are different ages, and come with different strengths but have one shared goal — to restore hope and make a positive difference in the lives of our community! Members are able to serve in a variety of ways in various nonprofits in Guilford and Forsyth Counties.
Along with serving clients at their sites, members participate in and plan monthly community service projects to benefit the Greensboro community. We annually participate in the Triad Veterans Stand Down, Greensboro Urban Ministry’s CROP Hunger Walk, a Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway with the food pantry at One Step Further, and our community’s Homeless Persons Day of Remembrance Walk. Members will also participate in ongoing personal development training on topics such as Homelessness Issues, Race Relations, and Mental Health Issues.
HOW TO JOIN
Make sure you meet our eligibility requirements:
Be a US citizen, US national or lawful permanent resident
Be at least 19 years old
Have a high school diploma or GED (Some of our roles require a 4-year degree)
Be able to perform all essential activities
Be a law-abiding citizen with:
- No sex offense convictions
- No violent felony convictions
- No non-violent felony convictions within the past 10 years
- No pending felony charges.
Complete an application online today by using the button below!
In the 2019-18 Term Our Members:
SERVED 397 VETERANS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS OR POVERTY
PROVIDED EMPLOYMENT SERVICES TO 337 INDIVIDUALS
ASSISTED 1,033 INDIVIDUALS WITH HOUSING PLACEMENT
PROVIDED OVER 25,000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE TO GUILFORD COUNTY
AMERICORPS SITES 2019-2020
Participants of the Partnership to End Homelessness, called Members, are engaged in a variety of services in Greensboro. Members can be found in one of our 13 sites: The Servant Center, the Interactive Resource Center, Backpack Beginnings, Grove Street People's Market, Youth Focus, FaithAction International House, Christ United Methodist, Greensboro Urban Ministry, Center for New North Carolinians, Tiny Homes Community Development, Peacehaven Community Farm, YWCA, and Step Up Greensboro. Members are engaged in roles that focus on providing housing, employment assistance, and emergency groceries (among other services) to Greensboro’s homeless and at-risk community.