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October 2019:

The Volunteer Center has just announced that the Community Support & Nutrition Program is the 2019 Non-Profit Volunteer Program of the Year!!!!! The program and it's volunteers will be recognized at the Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on Wednesday, October 30th. We are so very proud of the CSNP and their volunteers! 

***October 2019 Update: The luncheon was a great success! Congratulations to all the winners, and to our own Melvie Solomon for receiving the Governor's Lifetime Achievement  Service Award!

December 2019:

The Weaver Foundation announced today that they have approved and awarded the Community Support & Nutrition Program with a grant to build capacity by purchasing new commercial freezers and refrigerators in the amount of $10,000! We would like to say thank you to Kevin Gray, Emily McCollum, and the Board of Directors for this tremendous gift!

***December 2019 Update: The CSNP has purchased 2 new commercial double glass door refrigerators and two commercial double glass door freezers from All State Restaurant Supply in Greensboro. We would like to thank Carlton for his assistance and guidance during this process.

March 2020:

The Community Support & Nutrition Program will begin operating both Greensboro and High Point grocery assistance distribution sites on a drive-thru system. For information, please call 336-554-2000. The One Step Further corporate office will remain open for normal hours at this point. Please check our main page for further updates.

***March 2020 Update: The One Step Further Corporate Office is closed.

April 2020:

One Step Further would like to send a sincere thank you to the Weaver Foundation for awarding a $7500 grant to our Community Support & Nutrition Program for COVID-19 relief so that our grocery assistance programs can continue to provide services to the community that has been deeply impacted during these unsettling times!

April 2020:

One Step Further is deeply grateful to United Way of Greater Greensboro for awarding our Community Support & Nutrition Program an $11,000 Virus Relief Grant. Thank you to everyone who has helped to make this possible, and we thank you for your support of all the Agencies that have received a Virus Relief Grant as we all strive to serve this community and the residents of Guilford County.

May 2020:

One Step Further would like to give a huge thank you to United Way of Greater High Point for awarding our Community Support & Nutrition Program a $6600 COVID Relief Grant to purchase needed materials to make sure our program, staff, volunteers, and participants remain safe during the pandemic. We would also like to congratulate all recipients of these funding grants.

May 2020:

One Step Further would is proud to announce that the Community Support & Nutrition Program has received a $47,500 grant from Guilford County (CARES ACT funding). These funds will allow the CSNP to hire a part-time employee, acquire an innovative real-time inventory software system, and purchase a refrigerated box truck for donations. We are overwhelmed by the support shown to our program. 

June 2020:

One Step Further would like to send a heartfelt thank you to the Greater High Point Food Alliance for awarding the Community Support & Nutrition Program $750 to assist with operations during these most uncertain times. We are proud to be a partner with GHPFA.

September 2020:

The Piedmont Triad Regional Council - Area Agency on Aging (PTRC-AAA) announced that the One Step Further Community Support & Nutrition Program has been awarded a grant to serve Seniors in under-resourced areas of Guilford County, including refugee and immigrant populations, in the amount of $92,000+. These funds will allow the CSNP to add a part time employee, and deliver customized healthy groceries to 150 residents twice a month. We are extremely grateful for this opportunity and look forward to expanding our delivery services across Guilford County.

October 2020:

The Greater High Point Food Alliance awarded the One Step Further Community Support & Nutrition Program a $1600+ grant to purchase expandable conveyors as part of their capacity building work with area agencies. We would like to thank Carl Vierling and the Board of Directors for this wonderful opportunity.