About Whole Man Ministries of NC
Whole Man Ministries of North Carolina is a grassroots, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization whose mission is to contribute to the “holistic” development of people—i.e., body, mind and spirit. The organization has spawned a variety of charitable activities, including a small church, a Jail and Prison Mentoring Program, a Homeless Assistance Program, Adult Continuing Education Program, a Food Pantry Program, Clothes Closet Program and Veteran Permanent Housing. It has also nurtured the vision for the Bridging the Gap Community Center, which serves as a WinstonNet Technology Center with internet access for the public at large, computer training, and English and Spanish (as a second language) classes. Based on our location, we are especially sensitive to serving the needs of people in Southeast Winston-Salem/Forsyth County.
Whole Man Ministries of NC believes that its success depends on the organization's willingness of collaborating with other organizations, based on the need of its community. Its current partners include WinstonNet, Samaritan Ministries, Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministries, Gwyn Plumbing Electric HVAC, Second Harvest Food Bank, Bimco Plumbing, NC Department of Public Safety and Community Corrections; Feed the Children, Wal-Mart, and VF Jeanswear Corporation, EME Industrial Services, The Home Depot, Roof Replacement Solutions, Forsyth Technical Community College, Christopher and Danna Reid Foundation.Whole Man Ministries of NC is committed to “go the distance” to make a difference one life at a time. Our desire is to reach beyond the walls to connect with and assist people in need throughout the larger community.