COMPASSION FUND & HELPING HANDS MINISTRY

Calvary’s mission is to speak the peace of God into the brokenness of our world. The needs around us are great at this time of crisis. Many are seeking assistance and others are looking for ways to help.

In an effort to meet these needs, Calvary has created the Compassion Fund for financial assistance and the Helping Hands Ministry to meet personal needs around us.

Examples of financial needs would be mortgage/rent, utilities, medical bills/premiums, etc. Example of personal assistance would be shopping, yard work, transportation, etc.

Please use the buttons below to apply for help or to provide help to those in need.

COMPASSION FUND FAQ

HELPING HANDS FAQ

As we have settled into a new normal, our schedules and our lives have created margin for us to engage with our community as the shining light of hope we have in Christ. This page will serve as a hub of resources for our church to be able to connect people to Christ and community.

Some resources are global to all campuses while there are others that are campus specific. The prayer is that as we seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus, we will find ways to share the hope that we have in Jesus to a world searching for meaning.

WHOLE CHURCH OPPORTUNITIES

Love Out Loud

Love Out Loud also offers many ways to get involved in helping our community. CLICK HERE to connect to the opportunities.

Samaritan Ministries

Food: pasta, spaghetti sauce, seasonings, disposable, compartment food trays, and pre-packaged plastic silverware. Shelter Needs: deodorant, razors, shaving cream, lotion, soap bars. They are also in desperate need of volunteers, many of which were elderly and now unable to volunteer due to age and compromised immune systems

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Project Mask WS

This group is designed to be an information distribution point for the mask sewing project in Winston-Salem, NC, in response to the Coronavirus epidemic. We are a group of volunteers dedicated to creating masks for medical personnel to protect themselves in the n95 mask shortage.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Wake Forest Baptist Hospital

Wake Forest Baptist, along with other health care systems across the country, is looking at every possible way to conserve personal protective equipment (PPE) throughout this COVID-19 crisis. We will accept donated supplies to be allocated to the areas of greatest needs as it relates to the COVID-19 response.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Salem Pregnancy Care Center

Needs: baby wipes, diapers, and masks of any kind

1342 Westgate Center Drive
Winston-Salem, 27103

CALVARY WEST OPPORTUNITIES

Davie Pregnancy Center

Needs: Clothing for boys size NB to 2t. They are almost out! (If used, no stains or rips). Wipes! These are getting harder and harder to come by. Diapers size Newborn and size 4.

491 Madison Road, Mocksville, NC 27028
336.753.4673

Storehouse for Jesus

Needs: 3–5lb bags of potatoes, canned meats, and canned vegetables

675 East Lexington Roadd
Mocksville, 27028
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30-11am, Tuesday 12:30-3pm<

William R. Davie Elementary School

William R. Davie Elementary School is still accepting food bags for our students. Their number has increased due to the special circumstances. Last week WRD fed between 72-124 children a day for breakfast and lunch.

Davie County Hunger Fighters

Davie High Hunger Fighters is packing food boxes for Davie county students during this unexpected long school break. We are not only serving Davie High, but assisting all schools in the county. Cooleemee, Mocksville Elementary and South Davie middle could use help collecting food boxes. Please consider packing a box or donating items listed.

Donation drop off sites: 
  • Bird & Co – downtown Mocksville
  • Southern Ties Boutique – Farmington
  • Hillsdale Realty – Advance

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Mask Donations for Hospitals

We are looking for helpers — those who would be willing to donate their time sewing masks (CLICK HERE for the pattern and instructional video), donate elastic or wire, or be willing to drop off these packages to our local clinics.

As of now, our focus is providing these to people in NC, but we have sent packages to other states. As the need arises, we are looking for those who would be interested in covering shipping costs if we send these to different locations.

Contact Stephanie Snyder for more information.