The New Year has opened the door for a new partnership among some of Winston-Salem’s finest eating establishments and The Salvation Army Center of Hope. The Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem is proud to announce, “12 Suppers At The Center Of Hope”. One day each month this year a different Winston-Salem restaurant will cater dinner for residents at the Center of Hope Family Emergency Homeless Shelter and the Residential Re-entry Center. The year-long event kicks off Monday, January 18th, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and National Day of Service, with dinner provided by Spring House Restaurant. Among other restaurants participating are Village Tavern/Hanes Mall, Providence Restaurant, Quanto Basta , Jeffrey Adams, 4th Street Filling Station, and more.

Aside from the gift of a wonderful meal, 12 Suppers At The Center Of Hope will serve as an educational and inspirational experience for Shelter residents. Chefs will discuss the meals they are serving, their restaurants, and the benefits of a culinary career.

We are indeed grateful to these fine businesses for their partnership in support of The Salvation Army and the Center of Hope. Our thanks to Spring House Executive Chef/Partner Timothy Grandinetti and his staff for kicking off 12 Suppers At The Center Of Hope!

What: Winston-Salem restaurants will provide a meal for residents of The Salvation Army Center of Hope. Each restaurant will cater one day of the year.

When: One day each month of 2016, specific days and dates TBD, service begins at 4:30pm

Where: The Salvation Army Center of Hope Family Homeless Shelter, 1255 N. Trade St., Winston-Salem

Who: Partial list of Participating Restaurants include:

Spring House Restaurant, Kitchen and Bar
Village Tavern Hanes Mall
Jeffrey Adams
Quanto Basta
4th Street Filling Station

About the Salvation Army

The Salvation Army, an International movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. The Salvation Army was established in Winston-Salem in 1907 and serves more than 50,000 people in Forsyth, Davie, Stokes and Yadkin counties each year. The Salvation Army offers many programs including the only emergency shelter for homeless families in Winston-Salem, the only on-site breakfast feeding program in the community, a travel assistance program, and a program in conjunction with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to purchase new shoes for school age children called Happy Feet. The Salvation Army is a participating United Way agency. For more information about programs or to make a donation, visit

The Salvation Army of Winston-Salem, 901 N. Cleveland Ave, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 (336) 723-6366