Your support and financial contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will literally impact lives. Training in the construction trades directly impacts economic mobility.
Mail a check to The Do School, PO Box 1731, Winston-Salem, NC 27102. Or give online using the button below.
Gifts in-kind: Would you be interested in donating goods: building material, supplies, or tools to help in the renovation of these Winston-Salem properties?
Sponsorships: Perhaps you're interested in sponsoring one the construction trade trainees as they take this life-changing journey.
As we are completing smaller projects at this time, there is not a need at our live learning lab for construction volunteers. Please let us know your interest: construction, administrative assistance, or some other area? Please check back after the first of the year for more volunteer opportunities. Thank you.
Here’s why a whole group of men is being overlooked in the workforce - Anneken Tappe, CNN Business
Social Mobility Index - 8th Annual Report - published by CollegeNET
"Innovative Do School Brings Collaboration to Raising Economic Mobility" by John Railey, writer-in-residence for CSEM, published by the Winston-Salem Chronicle, Nov. 10, 2021.
"Why you should consider second-chance hiring to overcome labor shortages" - Jeffrey D. Korzenik, chief economist at Fifth Third Bank.
"Commentary: Our place, our space" by Jerry Anderson, published by the Winston-Salem Chronicle, April 12, 2018.
Documentary: RIGGED - Jim Wolfston
President and CEO of Piedmont Federal Savings Bank, David will engage and inspire those in attendance. On Wednesday, March 6, we celebrate the accomplishments and the
collaborations of the past year. Come join us! RSVP