ASHEBORO - CROSS ROAD RETIREMENT COMMUNITY
Cross Road Retirement Community is a not-for-profit senior living community in Asheboro, NC. They have had a number of wonderful Eagle Scout projects over the years. If you are interested, contact David Schwartz, Cross Road Retirement Community 1302 Old Cox Road Asheboro NC 27205 336 629-7811 Extension 223
HAW RIVER STATE PARK - BROWNS SUMMIT
Haw River State Park, just north of Greensboro in Browns Summit has requested our assistance. If you are interested in doing your Eagle project for them, contact Kelley King, Park Superintendent at 336-342-6163 or Kelley.King@ncparks.gov.
SALVATION ARMY OF HIGH POINT
301 W Green Dr. High Point, NC 27260
The Salvation Army of High Point has several needs, including landscaping, construction and room renovations. Contact Sara Holland, Emergency Shelter & Shelter Plus Care Director @ 881-5416 or Sara.Holland@uss.salvationarmy.org
CAROLINA HOUSE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY
2931 Vance St. Extension, Reidsville
Contact the director, Tracey Holcomb at 336-634-0002 or Cliff Barbee at 336-349-6986. There is a need to provide a small walking path for the residents next to the facility. The project will probably involve clearing of grass and minimal grading for a path consisting of compacted sand or small gravel keeping in mind the safety of the elderly residents as they walk.
Battleground Ave., Greensboro
A group home that houses individuals with disabilities would like help building raised gardening beds and other possible projects. Contact Deb Maloney at 288-7360 or firstname.lastname@example.org
GREENSBORO FARMERS MARKET, INC.
Yanceyville St,. Greensboro
They need tables and benches built. Those interested please contact David Craft at email@example.com
Shed renovation project as part of a permaculture garden where vegetables are grown and donated to Greensboro Urban Ministries. Contact Carolyn Chappell at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
MARY'S HOUSE - GREENSBORO
520 Guilford Avenue
Mary's House provides housing to women in recovery from substance abuse and their minor children. Picnic tables need to be built and landscaping project opportunities available. Contact Craig Thomas at email@example.com
TRIAD ADULT & PEDIATRIC MEDICINE, INC.
Three locations in Greensboro, two in High Point and one in Reidsville.
These practices provide care to 37,509 children and 14,906 adults. Projects needed include exterior landscape, site beautification and interior beautification (painting, signage, art work, etc.). Contact Lynn Wells, Dev. and Volunteer Coordinator at 336-355-9706 or firstname.lastname@example.org for specific location, address and project outline. Visit their web site at: www.tapmedicine.com
GREENSBORO PARKS AND RECREATION
For Parks and Recreation project needs, visit their project web page. If you have questions or need additional information, contact Mary Holloman, Volunteer Coordinator email@example.com or Office: (336) 373-7507
FRIENDS HOME WEST
New Garden Rd., Greensboro
Interested in a scout completing a landscaping project and painting benches. Contact Robert Gobble at 617-3127.
WARD STREET MISSION UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
House Gardens Greening Project - Their website is www.hggp.org They are looking for someone interesting in doing a project at their church. They would like a storage building built for a garden trailer and equipment/tools. Jeff Moran can be reached by phone at 336-899-9308. Or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GUILFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro
Projects include gardening area and fossil pit. Contact Ginger Hardy at 336 312-9570, 336 316-5023 or email@example.com
New Garden Road, Greensboro
Work with residents building dog houses for the animal shelter. Those interested contact Maggie Gillis, Life Enrichment Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
GLENNWOOD RECREATION CENTER
Have a need for picnic tables. Contact Elizabeth Brannock, Glenwood Recreation Center Supervisor Parks and Recreation Department at email@example.com or (336) 373-2929.
NATURE'S HAVEN WILDLIFE RESCUE
They have a couple of project options. They would like a shelter built for small animals and interested in intalling fencing on their property. Contact Stacy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336 564-8262.
HORSEPOWER THERAPEUTIC LEARNING CENTER
8001 Leabourne Rd. Colfax
They have acquired new property and have lots of opportunities for projects. Ideas include outdoor arena, hay barn, storage shed, outdoor classroom areas, trails, landscaping, walkways, picnic tabloes, etc. Contact Jan Clifford at 336-931-1424 or cell: 336-706-1831 or email her at email@example.com
The Benevolence Farm of Graham is a transitional living program for women that have been incarcinarted. They have a need for picnic tables and benches built. Contact Jade Whitfield at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMNER CIVITAN PARK
Concord Church Road, Greensboro
The host of our Guilford Day Camp needs some assistance. They have needs that include building picnic tables and benches, playground areas, and more. Contact Tony Evans at email@example.com or Chris Woody at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
OLD LAUGHLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
The old Laughlin Elementary School is now a training center for Guilford County teachers. They are in need of some picnic tables and outside seating areas. Contact Susan Phillips at 665-8004 or email@example.com if you are interested.
THE ARC OF GREENSBORO
Oak Branch Dr., Greensboro
The Arc of Greensboro has several project opportunities available, including landscaping, building raised garden beds and making areas handicapped accessible. Visit their web stie at www.arcg.org. Scouts that are interested in helping The Arc should contact Lyndsay Champion, Program Support Specialist at 336 373-1076 Ext. 161 or firstname.lastname@example.org
908 McClellan Place Greensboro
Lifespan is an organization that works with youth and adults with developmental disabilities. The Creative Campus in Greensboro is in need of help with establishing a garden area for their students and families. Contact Leah Parks, Volunteer Coordinator at 336 681-6486 or email@example.com
LIFESPAN-BURLINGTON CIRCLE SCHOOL
919 Stokes Street Burlington
Lifespan is an organization that works with youth and adults with developmental disabilities. The Circle School in Burlington is in need of help with landscaping projects to improve the appearance of the grounds of the school. Contact Leah Parks, Volunteer Coordinator at 336 681-6486 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMERFIELD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Scalesville Road, Summerfield
Summerfield United Methodist Church is requesting help with some landscaping projects at their church. Contact Pastor David Lee at 336-643-5126.
Cedarwood Pool, located in Jamestown is a non-profit community pool in need of some new benches and possibly bleachers for the pool and tennis areas. If you are interested, contact David Kame, President of Cedarwood Pool at 336.964.5746
HIGH POINT PUBLIC LIBRARY
N. Main St. High Point
High Point Public Library is in need of an outdoor children's programming space and some landscaping. If you can help with their project, contact Jim Zola, Children’s Services Manager
at 336.883.3668 or email@example.com
OAK HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Plan and build benches to go around the perimeter of a shade shelter and install an instructional white board. **Must meet with Guilford County Facilities and Maintenance staff to present design and gain approval before construction. Timeline: June-August 2015. More information about Oak Hill's School Garden: http://oakhill.gcsnc.com/pages/Oak_Hill_Elementary/Students/School_Garden/School_Garden
Project Coordinator: Melissa Tinling (firstname.lastname@example.org) 301-806-9306
Johnson Street Global Studies K-8 Outdoor Classroom
Plan and build an outdoor classroom of benches in a circular pattern and install an instructional white board. **Must meet with Guilford County Facilities and Maintenance staff to present design and gain approval before construction.
Timeline: June-August 2015 More information about JSGS Garden: http://johnsonstreet.gcsnc.com/pages/Johnson_Street_Global_Studies/About_Us/Food_Corp_Garden_Program Project Coordinator: Melissa Tinling (email@example.com) 301-806-9306
NORTH CAROLINA AUDUBON PROJECT
The Brown-headed Nuthatch song bird is in decline due to loss of habitat from deforestation and urbanization. NC Audubon is working to place nuthatch homes across North Carolina. For more information contact Bennett David, Daniel Boone Council, Troop 91 Asheville, N.C. firstname.lastname@example.org Check out his web site at www.nuthatch.info or watch this video to learn more.