If you are in search of a gift for your friend, family member, coworker or client, we invite you to consider the 2019 Honor Card. Your donation to Urban Ministry Center | Men’s Shelter of Charlotte directly funds life-changing services and programs that support individuals on their path from homelessness to housing. When you make a gift to our organization in honor of someone special, they will receive the 2019 Honor Card, skillfully designed by participants in our ArtWorks 945 program.
How does it work?
Make a gift to Urban Ministry Center | Men’s Shelter of Charlotte and let us know whom you would like to honor. We will mail blank cards to you so that you can personalize and share them. Or you can send us your address list with a brief greeting and let us do the mailing FOR YOU! It couldn’t be easier.
How much should I give?
The average gift per card is around $20, with the top donation of $1,000 per card. The best guideline is to give the amount you would have spent on a traditional gift.
*If paying online please note that your donation is for an honor card order in the “special purpose for your donation” field.
For more information or if you have any questions, call 704-926-0621.
Together for change
About the artists Square by square, participants in the ArtWorks 945 program worked together with volunteers to create this collaborative piece, inspired by the promise of their combined efforts. Likewise, it is with resolve that the merged Urban Ministry Center and Men’s Shelter of Charlotte strengthen our work toward the goal of ending homelessness, one life at a time. Both the timely message of this artwork, and the process through which it was created affirm our belief that together we can create deeper change than what was possible apart. We invite you to join us in being the change our community needs, until everyone has a place to call home.
Urban Ministry Center | Men’s Shelter of Charlotte We have merged into one comprehensive homeless service provider offering everything from street outreach to shelter and housing, reaching more than 1,200 people every day.