Community Support

Sutton Cares logo for community support

Jack and Jim Sutton, owners of Sutton Brothers were raised in Forsyth County and have called Winston-Salem home for a very long time!

From an early age, their parents Big Jack and Betty instilled the importance of giving back to the community. Both Jack and Jim have been very active supporters of many organizations that help those in need.

When COVID-19 struck, they wanted to do something more to give back! The idea of a “support your favorite charity” campaign was chosen.

It is a fun, supporting event that promotes charitable causes in the area. Participants click to "vote" for their favorite "Oldie" or "Goldie" through Sutton Brothers website to show their support and at the end of a four week voting period, for every 25 "cumulative votes" received, the Senior Resources of Guilford gets $100 up to $1,000.

Vote for your favorite  "Goldie" or "Oldie" to support Senior Resources of Guilford.

This poll has ended (since 8 days).
Betty White, 98, at age 88 and a half, Betty White was the oldest person to ever host Saturday Night Live
78 Votes
Morgan Freeman, 83, was in the Air Force from 1955 to 1959 and speaks French fluently.
67 Votes
Julie Andrews, 85, has an orange-pink shade of rose named Julie Andrews rose, after her in 1992.
23 Votes
Robert Redford, 90, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016 by Barack Obama.
20 Votes

 Campaign Ended

Senior Resources of Guilford

Senior Resources of Guilford

Two senior citizens outside sitting on white rocking chairs

Senior Resources of Guilford

Senior Resources of Guilford opened their doors as United Services for Older Americans in 1977 with a mission to help seniors in our community live healthy, happy, and independent lives. They officially changed their name in 2001 to Senior Resources of Guilford and have offered continuous services for older adults and their families for over 43 years. Senior Resources offers more than twenty (20) different programs throughout the year, ranging from meal assistance to senior center activities, and free medical transportation to tax preparation clinics. SeniorLine 336-333-6981 is the one-call option for referrals, questions, and information about many of the services provided across the county. More information about programs and service can be found at

Boxes of meals being delivered by Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels

Nutritional Support—The most recognized programs offered by Senior Resources of Guilford are offered through Nutritional Services. The Meals on Wheels of Guilford and Community Nutrition programs both provide a noon-day meal each weekday to seniors in the community. Nutritional support through The Meals on Wheels program is traditionally provided as a warm noon-time meal delivered daily to a senior’s home. Whereas the Community Nutrition program hosts seniors at a designated site and seniors enjoy planned activities and social time with their meal. Senior Resources has (7) community nutrition sites across the county and maintains thirty-two (32) home delivered routes. While under the North Carolina State of Emergency Order, Senior Resources is providing frozen meals to clients on a weekly basis in place of warm meals daily to reduce contagion exposure for clients and volunteers. To request nutritional support please call SeniorLine at 336-333-6981.

Woman outside wearing a mask & holding a sign that reads delivering meals & smiles

Meals on Wheels

Man outside wearing a mask & delivering meals

Meals on Wheels

Three women indoors at the Evergreens Lifestyle Center

Evergreens Lifestyle Center

Evergreens Lifestyle Center—Senior Resources’ Evergreens Lifestyle Center is located on the bottom floor of the agency offices at 1401 Benjamin Parkway, Greensboro, NC. Traditionally the Lifestyle Center is open Monday through Friday 9am – 5pm for seniors to visit and participate in a wide variety of activities, programs, crafts, exercise, and educational programs. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, The Lifestyle Center has been closed for onsite activities – BUT DON’T FEAR!  Senior Resources has a full schedule of virtual activities for seniors and their families to enjoy.  Like their Facebook page at to receive notices of activities or email [email protected] to receive weekly email updates.

Senior Wheels and SHIIP (Senior Health Insurance Information Program)—The Senior Wheels medical transportation program provides free rides for seniors to their routine medical appointments. Senior Resources knows that sometimes finding a ride to an important medical appointment is difficult and that family members often work during the most common appointment times. Seniors can call and request a ride through the SeniorLine 336-333-6981. SHIIP is another free-to-the-client program for seniors to get unbiased information about Medicare options and Open Enrollment plans. Counselors trained by the North Carolina Department of Insurance are available to older adults and their families to answer some of the most common and not-so common questions about Medicare, prescription coverage, and supplemental health plans available to seniors. SHIIP counselors are available by appointment for no-contact sessions over the phone to answer your questions. SHIIP is an unbiased, informational service only. Counselors are unable to recommend or sell any plan or option.  Call SeniorLine to schedule an appointment 336-333-6981.

Young phone counselor wearing a headset

Senior Health Insurance Information Program

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