HEI is a United Way Place Matters funded collaborative effort between Grace Presbyterian church, Crisis Control Ministry, and Carver High School of WSFCS. The initiative is a resource development collaborative designed to develop a food system that increases fresh produce accessibility provides nutrition education, cooking experiences, and food producing community gardens to promote healthier lifestyles. Healthy Eating partners with community residents to address their community health challenges with interconnected sustainable solutions.
JRAMS is a United Way Place Matters funded collaborative mentoring effort between Carver High School, Grace Presbyterian Church and Winston-Salem State University. The program provides academic, social and emotional support to students of Carver High School. It is a collaborative effort to assist Carver High School students reach their potential and to achieve personal and professional success. the program provides wrap-around support to the entire family, by partnering with Crisis Control and other partners to provide healthy food options to our families. Our vision is of an ongoing effort that will help all students at Carver High School graduate as well adjusted, academically prepared young adults ready to take their place in our 21stCentury Global Society.
Partnering with the students of Winston Salem State University to create and follow relevant ministries where young people are focused and passionate on their journey of faith.