About the IRCThe Greensboro Interactive Resource Center assists people who are homeless, recently homeless or facing homelessness reconnect with their lives and the community at large.
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At the IRC $10 buys a full day of service for someone dealing with homelessness. That day could include a shower, a load of laundry, a visit with a nurse, a chance to make phone calls and pick up mail, … Continue reading
Getting ready for tomorrow’s ribbon cutting ceremony, artists finished up the final touches on the Greensboro Mural Project-IRC mural (and trimmed back the ever-growing berry vines)….
The Artifacts Artist Cooperative will be hitting the road…. well, sort of… Artifacts is traveling to a neighborhood south of the IRC to participate in a neighborhood festival, selling their creative wares! Glenwood is a vibrant Greensboro Community, where many … Continue reading
The IRC had an incredible time at Elsewhere’s PICNIC event! It also helped that we WON! We are excited about this opportunity to share the stories of our friends and neighbors in Greensboro who are experiencing homelessness! We want to … Continue reading
The dayroom at the IRC looks incredible with the large, beautifully printed photographs from the Hair Do Project last Friday. What a treat for all of us to have this great art up!
Whew! The IRC is busy! Not only are the dedicated staff, partners, and volunteers at the IRC everyday helping those experiencing homelessness find shelter, food, jobs, medical care, and support… but we are also busy as always connecting and growing … Continue reading
Each year, the Volunteer Center of Greensboro hosts a wonderful event called The Human Race- and fortunate not for profits, like the IRC, get to participate! The Human Race is a fundraising event that brings local non-profits together in a … Continue reading
Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine’s medical office located at the Interactive Resource Center in Greensboro opened on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. The two room suite is staffed by Linda Bernhardt, Nurse Practitioner and Tamira Pride, Certified Medical Assistant. The offices … Continue reading
Elliot Hopkins is 8 years old (8 and a half) and is the philanthropist behind Elliot’s Ninja Art. If wisdom could be defined as the combination of intelligence and compassion, then Elliot is uniquely wise beyond his years. Struck by … Continue reading