Hosted by the High Point University Center for Community Engagement and the Bonner Leaders program, the Hunger Banquet is an interactive dialogue on hunger, poverty, and socioeconomic status that increases awareness of community need. The event will be held in the High Point University Webb Ballroom. Click the 'learn more' button to register for this free event.
Come join Resilience High Point for a free community screening event for the film, The Antidote! In honor of MLK Day and all that Martin Luther King Jr. stood for, the film highlights the power of community and tells stories of kindness and decency across the country. The event will be held at Macedonia Family Resource Center (401 Lake Avenue, High Point NC). Refreshments and child care will be provided. Masks will be required.
Part of the UNCG Center for Housing and Community Studies Housing Hangouts webinar series, join the January installment to learn about the Lead Safe Housing Program sponsored by the City of Greensboro. Click the 'learn more' button to register for the event.
Greater High Point Food Alliance Food Security Summit
When: January 28, 8:30 AM-12:30 PM
Come attend the 6th annual Food Security Summit hosted by The Greater High Point Food Alliance! The topic for this year is the Impact of Poverty on Housing, Seniors, Food Security, Health, Education, and Youth Perspectives. Dr. Gene Nichol will be the keynote speaker and High Point City Manager, Tasha Logan Ford, will give an update from the City. The deadline to register for the event is January 26th at 5 PM. Click the 'learn more' button to register for the event.