2020 Uniting for Change Luncheon with Bryan Stevenson postponed

The Uniting for Change Luncheon, to benefit the programs of United Ministries, that was scheduled for Wednesday, April 22nd with Bryan Stevenson has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. The agency is currently in touch with the speaker’s bureaus to reschedule this event for this fall but won’t have any additional details for a few months. New information will be released via the agency’s social media pages and website (www.united-ministries.org/luncheon2020) when they become available.

All sponsors and current ticket holders will retain their benefits and seats. Those already on the waiting list will retain their spots and the waiting list will remain open at www.united-ministries.org/waitlist2020.

United Ministries still stands ready to help those in the community who will experience additional hardship due to the pandemic. Donations to United Ministries may be made online at www.united-ministries.org/donate.

The 2020 Uniting for Change Luncheon is presented by Buncombe Street United Methodist Church and PSAV. Empowerment sponsors are the Community Foundation of Greenville; Colonial Trust & NHE; Dority & Manning; First Baptist Church, Greenville; Becky & Bobby Hartness; Northbridge Wealth Management; Reynolds Investment Management; and United Community Bank. Table Sponsors are Augusta Heights Baptist Church; Batteries + Bulbs; Laura Bauknight & Lynne Blackman; Blake & Tim Brookshire; Cindy & Joe Brothers; Lynne Shackelford & Bruce Brown; Clemson Area Pledge to End Racism (CAPER); Community Remembrance Project of Greenville SC, Inc; The Cothran Center for Vocational Reflection at Furman University; CRH Properties, Inc; Nicki & Bob Dillon; Elliott Davis; First Presbyterian Church, Spartanburg; Fluor; Frances Poe; Furman University; Perry Gilreath; Grace Church; Greenville Chamber of Commerce; Greenville Technical College; Homes of Hope; Albert Hyndshaw & Joe Sullivan; Anne & Tom Johnson; Keenan Suggs|Hub International; Seemir & Megha Lal Family Foundation; Dr. and Mrs. Terrell Leeke; Mary Black Foundation; Miller, St. John, and Steele Group of Merrill Lynch; Molina Healthcare; Nachman, Norwood, & Parrott; Carol & Edward O’Keefe; Pinnacle Financial Partners; Public Education Partners; The Riley Institute at Furman University; Roe Cassidy Coates & Price, PA; Sean & Meg Scoopmire; Shine the Light Nonprofit Forums; St. Matthew United Methodist Church; The Sammy Foundation; SC Bar Young Lawyers Division; Valerie Slade; Judy & Fred Suggs and Sally Cleveland; Synovus; Triune Mercy Center; United Way of Greenville County; Village Engage/Susan Stall; Stephanie & Jonathan Wright; Westminster Presbyterian Church; Westminster Presbyterian JustFaith; and Whelehan Law Firm. Friends level sponsors are Auro Hotels; Bank of Travelers Rest; Craig Gaulden Davis; CresCom Bank; Florence Mauney; Mary Jane Gorman & Duncan McArthur; Greenville Business Magazine; McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture; Metal Chem, Inc; Michelin North America; New Horizon Family Health Services; Palmetto Adhesives; The Schmid Family; and Self Help Credit Union. Advertising Sponsor is Community Journals.

 

About United Ministries

Located in downtown Greenville’s West End, United Ministries has been working for 50 years to give everyone the opportunity to participate in the prosperity of our community. Originally established by local congregations to meet the crisis needs of people living in poverty, the agency has evolved to focus on developing the potential each family possesses to become self-sufficient – and even to thrive. The agency’s integrated service model discourages dependency on charity and promotes the dignity of work. For more information on United Ministries please visit United-Ministries.org or call 864-335-2615.