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Stories from the MOB Fundraiser a Success!

August 22nd was a hot Sunday afternoon, but over 60 people came out to The Park at Flat Rock to enjoy Stories from the MOB (Mother of the Bride) and support WNCSource. The production, written and directed by Doreen Blue and performed by a group of volunteers known as the Pass the Hat Players lasted […]

Janitorial Services RFP

WNCSource has issued an RFP to collect bids for contract janitorial services to support multiple facilities in four counties throughout Western North Carolina. Those counties include Henderson, Transylvania, Rutherford, and Polk Counties. WNCSource will accept bids from contractors who can provide services in one or all counties. 2024 Janitorial Services RFP Deadline to submit: June […]

United Way Days of Caring – Join us!

Come join us on Friday, May 10th, 2024 as WNCSource participates in the United Way of Henderson County’s Day of Caring. It’s a day of service throughout Henderson County when hundreds of caring and supportive people will come to volunteer at their favorite nonprofit.  WNCSource has 2 projects that need your help: Tebeau Children’s Center: […]

New Developmental Day Program Starts 2/5/24

WNCSource, a leading provider of Head Start, Early Head Start and NC Pre-K programs will soon add a Developmental Day program to its list of services in Henderson County. The Hendersonville-based nonprofit worked closely with Henderson County Public Schools to sustain early childhood education programs for special needs and typically developing children. The Helping Hand […]

Bargain Hendo Thrift Store to Close

After much deliberation, WNCSource is sad to announce that the Bargain Hendo Thrift Store will be closing its doors on December 13th. Bargain Hendo, located at 201 N. King St. in downtown Hendersonville, first opened in 2020. It quickly gained a following of loyal shoppers and volunteers who enjoyed the wide variety of donated clothing, […]

A Word from David…

Welcome to the very first edition of The Source! Although this is our first newsletter, WNCSource (formerly Western Carolina Community Action has been around since 1966. Our mission is to work with communities and partners to improve people’s lives by creating pathways to self-reliance and healthier living. We do this by offering services in four […]

WNCSource Receives Grant to Expand Older Adult Services in Transylvania County

For over 25 years, WNCSource has been serving Transylvania County seniors through our Older Adult Services programs which include two LunchPlus Congregate meal programs at Silvermont Mansion and the Quebec Community Center; Mobile Meals delivery service each weekday morning to rural homebound seniors; a liquid nutrition program; and providing meal boxes and personal hygiene supplies […]

Mobile Meals Volunteer Loves the Job!

Food insecurity and isolation are contributing causes to the physical, mental, and emotional decline among many older adults. Poor nutrition can lead to a lower quality of life, higher medical costs and even premature deaths. WNCSource’s Older Adults Services (OAS) program provides free lunches in a congregate group setting at the Silvermont Mansion and Quebec […]

WNCSource Transportation Gives a Lift to Vets

WNCSource Transportation went the extra mile to help Western NC veterans and their supporters get to and from the Asheville Airport during the recent Blue Ridge Honor Flight (BRHF) on October 14th. Based in Hendersonville, BRHF organizes 2 to 3 Honor Flights per year to transport military veterans and their “travel guardians” to Washington, DC. […]

Community Transportation Programs Help Connect Residents of All Ages

Each weekday morning, WNCSource transports over a dozen older adults, who no longer drive or lack a vehicle, to the Council on Aging’s congregate meal program. Ken Siegler, a driver for WNCSource Transportation allowed me to ride along on the Senior Lunch & Light Shopping route. The route runs each weekday with the first pick-up […]

Housing Choice Voucher Landlords Wanted!

Julie Edwards owns three rental houses in Henderson County. The properties are a key source of income for her retirement years. Since joining the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Landlord program and working with WNCSource Housing Services staff, Ms. Edwards has found that her rental properties provide higher, more reliable income, and are easier to maintain. […]