High Point is fortunate to have a local television news organization that partners with the community by promoting positive initiatives.

Fox 8 WGHP hosts a regular feature on community foundation impact in the Triad, including the foundations in Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point. We’re proud to be part of the series and encourage you to take a look at the archive of stories. Please link and share to help promote what’s being accomplished.

August 28, 2019—
Veterans find emergency, long-term housing at The Heroes Center in High Point

August 8, 2019—
STEPP helps immigrants and refugees in the Triad make it through high school

July 17, 2019—
High Point Community Foundation helps Community Clinic upgrade its pharmacy

June 26, 2019—
YMCA of High Point’s free teen membership program is a huge hit

May 15, 2019—
High Point Special Olympians ready for state competition in Raleigh

April 24, 2019—
Arc of High Point brings creative arts, vocational skills to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities

April 3, 2019—
Racial Equity Institute in High Point breaks down how to face racism

March 13, 2019—
Barnes and Noble Holiday Book Drive brings hundreds of books to High Point schools

February 20, 2019—
High Point kids learn to bring ideas to life with a 3D printer

February 13, 2019—
Guilford Child Development gives parents free child care during family opportunity classes

January 9, 2019—
High Point Community Against Violence turns criminals to carpenters

December 19, 2018—
Feeding Senior Health offers fellowship in the face of High Point food insecurity

November 29, 2018—
Helping Open Door Ministries take on food insecurity

September 5, 2018—
Scholars for the summer of a lifetime

July 10, 2018—

Food pantry gets much-needed summer boost from High Point Community Foundation

June 13, 2018—
Foundation helps provide new technology for teen center

May 2, 2018—
“Learner-Centered Classrooms” help create comfortable, learning-conducive environment for students

April 11, 2018—
High Point resource center uses new bus to continue helping local families

December 6, 2017—
High Point organization works to reduce substance abuse in community

October 4, 2017—
Reading program helps High Point Students improve literacy

September 13, 2017—
Organization helps create beautiful community garden and park in High Point

August 23, 2017—
High Point organization helps fill recovering addicts emotional, spiritual needs

May 10, 2017—
Out of the Garden Project assures children have enough food to help them successfully through the school day

April 19, 2017—
High Point organization uses art to enrich adults with cognitive and intellectual impairments

March 29, 2017—
Program helps aspiring healthcare worker, high school student reach her goal

March 8, 2017—
High Point community center helps students improve reading, writing skills

February 8, 2017—
Local therapy center uses horses to provide riders with physical, cognitive and emotional assistance

January 18, 2017—
Local nonprofit, GTCC helps veterans transition into civilian life

December 7, 2016—
High Point Regional program pairs science and medicine with faith and hope

October 26, 2016—
High Point shelter offers support, refuge to women in need

September 21, 2016—
High Point Central High School Class of 1960 creates scholarship to help students with college

July 20, 2016—
Community Foundation helps Boys and Girls Club summer camp get new computer lab

June 29, 2016—
Local homeless outreach is here to help

June 15, 2016—
Say Yes to Education looks to get local students into college

June 1, 2016—
Preserving the legacy of the Woman’s Club of High Point for years to come

May 11, 2016—
High schoolers participate in scientific research with help from High Point Community Foundation

March 30, 2016—
New books make for more reading at High Point school

March 9, 2016—
Off to the races! GO FAR participants enjoy exercising with help from High Point Community Foundation

March 2, 2016—
What are community foundations?

December 28, 2016—
After-school program uses literacy to empower children