At Haywood Street we celebrate communion every week — and not just at the altar table.
Around the kitchen table in Respite and at every Downtown Welcome Table meal, communion happens. Over a cup of coffee in the Hospitality Room and in conversation around the picnic table, communion happens. Relationships are every bit as important as the food we serve, the clothes we distribute, and the medical respite care we provide.
Thank you for helping to make it all possible.
Send a gift by mail:
PO Box 2982, Asheville NC 28802
Make a secure online donation:
Make an honor gift:
We’ll send a customizable card to the person you are honoring, acknowledging that your gift represents love and care for them and enables us to love and care for others in tangible ways.
Shop Amazon Smile:
- AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Haywood Street every time you shop, at no cost to you. On your first visit to smile.amazon.com, select Haywood Street Congregation as recipient organization and 0.5% of every purchase you make will be directed our way.
Give to one of our named funds:
- Gifts designated for the Liz Button Full Plate Fund will help ensure that there is always enough at the Downtown Welcome Table, and a seat at the table for everyone.
- Gifts designated for the Charles Burns Memorial Fresco Fund will support the effort to share the Haywood Street Fresco with diverse audiences and help sustain Haywood Street’s core programs.
Make a long-term impact:
- The Haywood Street Respite Endowment is a permanent fund held at the Community Foundation of WNC that generates annual revenue to support Respite. For more information call Laura at Haywood [828-575-2477, ext 104] or Becky Davis at CFWNC [828-254-4960].
IRA Charitable Rollover:
The IRA Charitable Rollover was made permanent on December 18th, 2015. This allows individuals who are age 70 1/2 or older to direct up to $100,000 of proceeds from their IRA’s directly to qualifying charities. There are tax benefits to donors from not having to recognize the proceeds as income first. For more information, contact your tax advisor or a financial planning professional.