A group that does great work getting people back on their feet here in Wilmington was given a big gift. The Good Shepherd Center received a $125,000 grant.
This event supports the Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington, which aims to help shelter the homeless.
A recent budget proposal could lead to thousands of dollars being taken out from their budgets.
If you're looking for a way to give back to the community the Good Shepherd Center wants your help.
According to a news release, a door-to-door salesman is selling meat and other products, claiming that the money raised will go toward the Center.
Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, Tuesday is considered Giving Tuesday.
Good Shepherd is asking supporters to “Be #UnSelfie” and donate five dollars or more between November 1 and December 1 to raise $5,000 for Good Shepherd in support of the hungry and homeless in our community.
While most people are prepping their homes for Hurricane Matthew, others across The Cape Fear are seeking shelter.
Wilmington's homeless veterans and adults with disabilities will soon have a new place to get back on their feet after aground breaking ceremony was held today for the SECU Lakeside Reserve complex.
Wednesday, Katrina Knight, Good Shepard's executive director, said their 50th veteran graduated from the program.