Our work is simply not possible without many wonderful partners in our community who understand the challenges many new immigrants face, and are willing to assist with basic needs such as food, healthcare, furniture, and housing.  Our deepest thanks go out to social service partners including:

  • The Servant Center
  • Greensboro Urban Ministry
  • The Barnabas Network
  • G-CAN
  • Greensboro Housing Coalition
  • Mustard Seed Initiative
  • Family Service of the Piedmont
  • Family Justice Center
  • Congregational Nurse and Social Work Intern Program
  • Cone Health Network
  • Lion’s Club

We are also thankful to several community partners with whom we have collaborated  to build a more welcoming, equitable, and inclusive community including:

  • Over 100 Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Bahai, and Sikh faith communities throughout the Triad Region
  • The Center for New North Carolinians and Americorps ACCESS
  • Church World Service
  • African Services Coalition
  • Greensboro Religious Leaders Council
  • American Friends Service Committee
  • New Arrivals Institute
  • The Greensboro Immigrant Rights Working Group
  • The Piedmont Interfaith Council
  • The Latino Coalition
  • The National Conference for Community and Justice of the Piedmont Triad
  • Greensboro Police Department
  • Guilford County Schools
  • Community Theater of Greensboro
  • Greensboro Human Relations Department
  • Greensboro City Council
  • UNCG, Guilford College, NC A&T State, Greensboro College
  • Moses Cone Health

Finally, we are incredibly grateful to local, state, and regional foundations who have invested in FaithAction’s mission and programs to serve our newest immigrant neighbors, and connect our diverse community across lines of culture and faith – turning strangers into neighbors.  Foundation partners include:

  • North Carolina Council for Women
  • Susan J. Edwards Foundation
  • The Weaver Foundation
  • The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
  • The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
  • Hispanics in Philanthropy
  • Mary Lynn Richardson Fund
  • Guilford Greene Foundation
  • The Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation
  • The Future Fund
  • North Carolina Council for the Arts
  • ArtsGreensboro

Please contact Executive Director Rev. David Fraccaro at 336-379-0037, ext 2# or to learn more about our unique and important partnerships.