SOME SAMPLE PROJECTS
SENIOR SERVICES, INC.
From 2020 through 2023, our firm has worked with Senior Services to complete the $27.5 million Creative Connections Capital Campaign to create the Intergenerational Center for Arts and Wellness which will house a new and expanded Williams Adult Day Center. The one-of-its-kind center will be a national model for the delivery of senior services--an intergenerational, arts-based, adult day health/day care center.
The 61,000 square foot facility is being built near the existing Senior Services building at the corner of Shorefair Drive and 30th Street, and will have plenty of space for partner organizations dedicated to promoting and encouraging overall wellness for older adults. Some key partners include Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist/J. Paul Sticht Center on Aging and Rehabilitation, Novant Health, Family Services Inc., The Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity, Winston-Salem State University, Hands On Northwest NC, Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, Sawtooth School for Visual Arts, 40+ Stage Company, The Shepherd’s Center, The Hispanic League, Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC, Cancer Services, Trellis Supportive Care, Wake Forest University-IMPROVment, and Winston-Salem Symphony, and possibly others. (www.seniorservicesinc.org)
SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK OF NORTHWEST NC
In 2020, throughout the pandemic, we managed the $14 million Hunger for Change Capital Campaign for Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC. The campaign funded construction of a new 139,192 square foot headquarters facility to address space challenges and operational inefficiencies that faced the Food Bank. The beautiful new facility is allowing the organization to address urgent needs of families facing food insecurity, and be responsive to the challenges created by hunger in our community.
The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country in Boone, NC, officially re-opened in October 2019. We worked with the organization for several years to raise $10.8 million for the purchase, renovation, and restoration of the 1930’s-era Appalachian Theatre on King Street in Downtown Boone. (www.apptheatre.org).
HAYES BARTON BAPTIST CHURCH
In 2019, we managed a capital campaign for Hayes Barton Baptist Church which raised over $4.9 million to fund a new elevator to provide accessibility to all areas of the main church and chapel buildings, a new covered area for drop-off and pick-up, expanded parking, an expanded and upgraded kitchen, a refreshed fellowship hall, and other vital improvements (www.hbbc.org).
FORSYTH HUMANE SOCIETY
In 2015, we managed a $3.8 million capital campaign for the Forsyth Humane Society in Winston-Salem, to establish the Morykwas Adoption and Resource Center at 4881 Country Club Road. The state-of-the-art facility doubled the organization's capacity to house cats and dogs awaiting adoption, and created more space for programs and outreach. (www.forsythhumane.org)
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY RESTORE
In 2011, we managed a capital campaign for Habitat for Humanity to raise approximately $4 million to build a new Habitat ReStore. The beautiful building at its new, prominent location generates working capital to fund the organization's numerous programs and initiatives. (www.habitatforsyth.org)
In 2012/13, we managed a $4.1 million capital campaign for Samaritan Ministries to construct a new facility for the soup kitchen, Samaritan Inn, and Project Cornerstone. The new 20,000 square foot facility has greatly improved guest and volunteer services, access, and available parking. (www.samaritanforsyth.org)
CENTENARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
In 2016, we managed a $6 million capital campaign for Centenary United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem to fund critical renovations of their historic church facilities. The renovations will allow the church to better welcome and serve the community, and will better accommodate Centenary’s current and future ministries. (www.centenary-ws.org)
SECU HOSPICE CARE CENTER OF YADKIN
In 2015 we managed a successful Capital Campaign for Mountain Valley Hospice which raised over $2.5 million to build the SECU Hospice Care Center of Yadkin. The in-patient Hospice Home offers a private, home-like setting designed to provide hospice care for those at the very end of life who can no longer stay in their homes. (www.mtnvalleyhospice.org/secu-hospice-home)
SALVATION ARMY CORPS AND BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
In 2014 we conducted a successful Campaign Survey and Capital Campaign to raise $7.6 million to establish a new, centralized Boys & Girls Club in Greensboro, the Royce and Jane Reynolds Salvation Army Corps and Boys & Girls Club.