Local Resources

These organizations and representatives serve Ardmore residents and businesses.

A set of criteria apply to be considered. Please contact the ANA if your organization impacts Ardmore and is interested.

Food Banks

The following two locations serve Ardmore. To contribute or refer, please contact them by phone. For food pantries outside of Ardmore visit secondharvestnwnc.org.

Ardmore United Methodist Church

First and third Thursday of each month, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

(336) 723-3695
630 S Hawthorne Rd
Winston-Salem, NC 27103

Christ Church, Anglican Mission

Once a month on the third Saturday, from 9 to 11 a.m.

(336) 978-7382
2252 Queen St
Winston-Salem, NC 27103

Help for Seniors and the Homeless

Seniors

If you are concerned about a senior citizen who might need help, notify DSS Adult Protective Services. There is also a Senior Services Help Line.

Wake Forest Medical Center has a program that might help you or an elderly neighbor with medical house calls. Medical providers come to the home of an older adult who has physical or cognitive limitations that would make leaving the house challenging, or that require one-person assistance.

Call (336) 713-4663 for more information, and to confirm eligibility.

Homeless

City with Dwellings is a local organization “caring for and being in relationship with our neighbors experiencing homelessness.”

(336) 790-9766
520 N. Spring Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Education

Coalition for Equity in Public Education

This Community Coalition works to ensure that all public school students in WSFCS are guaranteed an excellent and equitable public education. The long term goal is to reconcile the inequity of resources and especially the disparity of outcomes correlated with ethnicity among the many schools within the WSFC School System.

Community

Winston-Salem Neighborhood Alliance

Neighborhood representatives from all over Winston-Salem form the Winston-Salem Neighborhood Alliance (WSNA). Members work together to preserve and protect the quality of life and cohesiveness of each member neighborhood by sharing concerns, experiences, and knowledge, and by advocating for member neighborhoods and for regulations and policies that will improve life in Winston-Salem.

During COVID, WSNA has been meeting by ZOOM the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. To join a meeting, contact WSNA a day or two before each scheduled meeting.

[email protected]

Local Government

Jennifer Chrysson

Community Assistance Liaison
Southwest Ward
336-529-7424
[email protected]

Kevin Mundy

Kevin Mundy

City Council Member
336-771-5173 (office)
743-207-0420 (mobile)
[email protected]