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Whole Man Ministries in the News (2011-2015)

Homes 4 Our Heroes celebrates successful project

By: Todd Luck  |  Posted: Nov 19, 2015

Homes 4 Our Heroes used Veterans Day, Nov. 11, to celebrate transforming dilapidated houses on Cameron Avenue into homes for formerly homeless veterans.

Editorial: Homelessness: Progress, victory for city and vets

By: Journal Editorial Board  |  Posted: Oct 31, 2015

Winston-Salem leaders took a cautious victory lap at City Hall on Tuesday as it was announced that the city has met the challenge of housing homeless veterans.

Whole Man Ministries of NC receives grant

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Oct 1, 2015

Representatives from Whole Man Ministries of North Carolina accept a check from Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation representatives.

BB&T unit helping homeless veterans project

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Jun 25, 2015

The BB&T Lighthouse project decided to partner with the Homes 4 Our Heroes Project under Whole Man Ministries to give it more momentum.

‘Blessed’: First veteran moves into Homes 4 Our Heroes

By: Chanel Davis  |  Posted: Mar 26, 2015

Solomon V. Gore is finally home.

Not a place that’s he’s sharing with someone else or a place that requires him to do maintenance work to live there, but his own home.

Homeless veterans in Winston-Salem set to move into new homes

By: FOX8 Digital Desk  |  Posted: Mar 19, 2015

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- There are about 140 homeless veterans in Guilford and Forsyth Counties alone.

Homes for veterans nearly done, nonprofit says

By: Chanel Davis  |  Posted: Jan 29, 2015

A local nonprofit is putting the finishing touches on a project it’s been working on for quite some time.

Homes 4 Our Heroes continues project to house homeless veterans

By: Michael Hennessey  |  Posted: Nov 11, 2014

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- On this Veterans Day, veterans will be honored, remembered and immortalized. Sadly, many will also be homeless.

‘Homes for Our Heroes’ completes first of several homes for homeless Piedmont veterans

Posted: Nov 11, 2014

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Homes for Our Heroes Project hit a symbolic milestone this Veterans Day.

Winston-Salem organization helping homeless vets

By: Michael Hennessey  |  Posted: Aug 15, 2014

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- According to the United Way, There are about 40 homeless veterans in Forsyth County. One Winston-Salem organization is looking to cut that number by almost 25 percent.

Houses being renovated for homeless veterans in the Triad

Posted: Aug 15, 2014

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- With the help of volunteers and donations, a Triad non-profit organization is working to transform a Winston-Salem neighborhood block along Cameron Avenue, to provide housing for homeless veterans.

More help pours in for ‘Heroes’ project

By: Todd Luck  |  Posted: Aug 7, 2014

Wells Fargo Bank pitched in money and manpower Friday to help convert dilapidated houses on Cameron Avenue into affordable units for military veterans.

Winston-Salem non-profit group’s project picks up momentum

By: Winston-Salem Journal  | Posted: May 31, 2014

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Whole Man Ministries of North Carolina’s project to provide permanent housing for homeless veterans on Cameron Avenue in eastern Winston-Salem has begun to pick up momentum.

Non-profit group's Cameron Avenue project picks up momentum

By: Fran Daniel  | Posted: May 30, 2014

Whole Man Ministries of North Carolina’s project to provide permanent housing for homeless veterans on Cameron Avenue in eastern Winston-Salem has begun to pick up momentum.

5K will benefit church’s renovation project

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: May 1, 2014

Homes for Heroes, a nonprofit that offers real estate-related services to military veterans, firefighters and law enforcement officers, will host a 5K run to raise funds to rehabilitate five duplexes that will provide permanent housing for homeless veterans.

Grant supports church’s feeding, nutrition programs

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Mar 28, 2014

Whole Man Ministries has received $3,500 from the Food Lion Charitable Foundation. The Ministries will use the gift to feed the hungry and provide nutritional education in the community.

Tackling crime, punishment

By: Todd Luck  |  Posted: Mar 20, 2014

Black-on-black crime’s causes and solutions were explored Saturday morning during a breakfast panel discussion at the Applebee’s on Griffith Road.

Women’s conference well attended

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Nov 28, 2013

Whole Man Ministries’ Pastor Camilla F. Washington hosted the “Unveiling Yourself Women’s Conference” on Nov. 15 and 16 at the Benton Convention Center.

Supporters gather for ‘Heroes’ project

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Sep 26, 2013

The official kick-off for “Homes For Our Heroes” took place on Sept. 11 on Cameron Avenue.

Church’s bold plan for homeless vets

By: Layla Garms  |  Posted: Sep 5, 2013

Whole Man Ministries has launched an ambitious project to help local veterans get — and stay — on their feet.

Nonprofit hopes to makeover run down homes in Winston-Salem for homeless vets

Posted: Jul 8, 2013

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- It’s hard to miss the row of eyesores on Cameron Avenue in Winston-Salem.  The five brick homes have boarded up windows, rotting wood and overgrown lawns.

Local nonprofit organization to rehab apartments for homeless veterans

By: Fran Daniel  |  Posted: May 12, 2013

Whole Man Ministries of North Carolina is giving new life to duplex buildings once marked for demolition.

Grocer helps church fight hunger in Southeast Winston

By: Layla Garms  |  Posted: Jan 4, 2013

Whole Man Ministries’ food pantry program started 2013 off with a bang, thanks to a donation from the Food Lion Charitable Foundation.

Christmas for the City is Dec. 19

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Dec 17, 2012

This year’s “Christmas for the City” will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 19 from 3 – 9 p.m. at the Benton Convention Center. It is free and open to the public.

Bridging the digital divide; Winston-Salem church to open computer lab

By: Bertrand M. Gutierrez  |  Posted: Aug 19, 2011

Janis Walker is ready to become more digitally savvy.

At Whole Man Ministries, a church on Old Lexington Road in southeastern Winston-Salem, Walker recently put herself on the list for an eight-week basic computer course.