This situation has been a challenging time for most everyone in the world but even more so for those who find themselves struggling to provide for their families. That’s why we have committed ourselves to continue to fulfill our vision of feeding the hungry. The need for our services has increased significantly.
Due to company shut downs, temporary furlough and closed schools, many find themselves without income and food is naturally one of the first financial cutbacks for families. The coronavirus doesn’t discriminate against age, color or background. It has caused many children and even some adults to miss meals that would have otherwise been provided through school or community programs.
We are taking extra precautions for both our volunteers and community members seeking assistance. We started curbside service to all of our clients while using safe social distancing practices. Project Mask Winston-Salem partnered with The Triad Dream Center and provided us with 40 masks to keep our volunteers safe.
We are committed to serve our community just like we have for the last 20 plus years, and look forward even in these difficult time to serving in the next 20.
We have launched our Virtual Food Drive and a traditional food drive (now through May 4th) because we need your help to continue to function at our current level of excellence. Every dollar and every pound of food counts, so whether you choose to participate in our Virtual Food Drive or want to go the more traditional route, your donations will help us feed our hungry neighbors in need.
We thank the members of our community for keeping the Triad Dream Center in your hearts and prayers.