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Ways To Give

Families First Annual Campaign

Your gift to the Families First Annual Campaign enables Family Service of the Piedmont to address issues of Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Mental Health and Financial Stability.

Support Family Service while you Shop

Supporting Family Service has never been easier!

Whether you’re buying gifts for the holidays or making everyday purchases, be sure to do your online shopping through Amazon Smile. When you select Family Service of the Piedmont as your charity of choice, Amazon will make a donation to our agency for each eligible purchase you make. You pay nothing more, but Family Service benefits each time you shop!

Holiday Cards

Kathy Johnson created 3 paintings for Family Service's holiday cards

When you make a gift in honor or in memory of your loved ones this holiday season, we will send your honoree(s) a card featuring a new painting created especially for Family Service by artist Kathy Johnson.

Choose from one of three different designs, or purchase all three cards in a box set.

Click Here to learn more

Financial Contributions

Family Service of the Piedmont relies on the generous contributions of time and goods and monetary support from individuals; corporations; federal, state and local grant sources; and the United Ways of Greater Greensboro and Greater High Point.

If you’d like to make a contribution to our work, please click here to make an online payment by credit card, or mail your check payable to Family Service of the Piedmont to:

Family Service of the Piedmont
Attn: Development

902 Bonner Drive
Jamestown, NC 27282

Family Service of the Piedmont adheres to the principles outlined in the Donor Bill of Rights

Tangible Donations

If you would like to make a tangible donation, please see our wishlist. Click here to see our current Wish List.

Volunteer Opportunities

DISCLAIMER: The diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders requires trained professionals. The information provided here is to be used for educational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for seeking professional care for the diagnosis and/or treatment of any mental or psychiatric disorder.