Nonprofit Groups

old house with two front porches, one on the first floor and one on the second

Volunteers from Architectural Salvage rescued mantels, windows and other fixtures from this house on McIver Street before it was torn down. Its showroom is at 1028-B Huffman Street in East Greensboro, open Fridays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or by appointment.

Local organizations of interest to College Hill residents:

  • Architectural Salvage
    Sells vintage claw foot tubs, old sinks, brass hardware, doors, windows, shutters, and more recycled from historic homes and buildings throughout the Piedmont.
  • ArtsGreensboro
    A catalyst for innovation to build recognition and support for the arts, financially supporting arts organizations and advocating for the arts.
  • Downtown Greensboro Inc.
    An economic development organization focused on stimulating investment and activity in that big neighborhood just east of College Hill.
  • Downtown Greenway
    A 4-mile walking and biking trail, now under construction, that will run along the east side of College Hill and form a loop around downtown Greensboro.
  • Greensboro Beautiful
    Partnering with the City and residents of Greensboro to conserve and enhance the beauty and ecology of our community.
  • Greensboro Farmers Curb Market
    Providing the community with opportunities to purchase and learn about local foods in a friendly and diverse social setting.
  • Greensboro Neighborhood Congress
    Improving the quality of life in Greensboro by addressing city-wide issues and by empowering neighborhoods to resolve neighborhood-specific concerns.
  • Guilford Green Foundation
    Working to unite our community through meaningful participation and by fostering organizations that advance LGBTQ persons and issues.
  • Preservation Greensboro
    A voice for revitalization, improved quality of life and conservation of historic resources for future generations.
  • Women’s Resource Center
    Women helping women
    to navigate life’s hurdles, to access community services, to develop new skill sets, to move lives forward.