Category: Campus News

Announcing: Crossnore Communities for Children
We are so excited to announce our updated name: Crossnore Communities for Children. In the fall of 2020, Crossnore’s Board of Trustees completed their strategic planning for the upcoming three [...]
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Diving in to Summer Fun at Crossnore
COVID put a damper on some of our summer fun last year, and we have a lot of lost time to make up for! We are super excited to be [...]
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Seeding the Future
When the Twin City Garden Club (TCGC) in Winston-Salem asked Crossnore’s Miracle Grounds Farm for a project request, little did they know that the answer would lead them on a [...]
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Renovations on our Winston Campus
Last year was a long year for our top-notch facilities team. They take care of dozens of buildings, cottages, and staff residences across two large campuses. It’s a job that [...]
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Miracle Grounds Network – Connecting to the Soil and to our Community
Recent research has shown that approximately 6,000 children living in Forsyth County leave school each unsure of where their next meal will come from. In our society, we have become [...]
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Introducing Katheryn Northington
Southern charm and steely determination describe Katheryn Northington and her dedication to children in North Carolina. Katheryn grew up in Greensboro, graduated from high school, and attended North Carolina State [...]
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CEO Brett Loftis is Appointed to Child Well-Being Transformation Council
Crossnore School & Children’s Home is pleased to announce the appointment of Chief Executive Officer, Brett A. Loftis, JD to the North Carolina Child Well-Being Transformation Council.
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Volunteer Spotlight – Donna McNeil
Volunteers are vital to any nonprofit organization. They are also great ambassadors for the organization and its cause. That’s exactly who Donna McNeil is. Donna is a member of the [...]
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A Day in the Life of Day Treatment
On any given day, the members of the Day Treatment team may sit and talk with a student, run a group therapy session, or provide much needed crisis intervention services. [...]
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And the Winner is… (Part III)
BB&T’s Lighthouse Project provides financial support and manpower to the community by giving BB&T employees the opportunity to nominate, vote on and ultimately volunteer with local charities. Since the launch [...]
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