COVID-19 Community Partner Needs & Resources

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As everyone navigates changes in their day-to-day operations amidst COVID-19, the Office of Civic & Community Engagement is still here to connect Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem and provide resources and support.

This page will be updated with information as it becomes available.

Submit Information

If you are a Winston-Salem community member or partner and would like information added to this page, please contact Ria Matheson.

WFU and Downtown Winston-Salem

COVID-19 Community Resources

The OCCE has pulled together a list of helpful resources for families in Forsyth County. Whether you are looking for educational programming, free-lunch options for children, food pantries, or child-care, our guide is a great starting point. For additional educational resources, please visit our Virtual Tutoring or Virtual Engagement page.

Family Resources

Forsyth County Community Resources


Free or Reduced Meals

Current Needs of Community Partners

Together, the OCCE has worked with community partners to identify current needs.

Before fulfilling any request, please check with the appropriate organization by visiting their website first, or by contacting them directly, as the situation is constantly evolving and information may not be up-to-date with current requests or policies.


If you are considering any direct-service, please use sound judgment and follow CDC guidelines. Most importantly, stay home if you are sick. Anyone with a fever, cough, and symptoms of respiratory distress such as shortness of breath or difficulty breathing should not participate in direct-service or drop-off requests.