60 Church Street
Asheville, NC 28801


828-253-9361 x 227

How Can I Support and Help?

Why does your gift of time, talent, or treasure matter?
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Your gifts matter because they impact the community as a whole. Welcoming your neighbor and sharing what you have, no matter how small or large, changes us. We often think we have to provide the whole meal, a case of socks, be present with someone for hours, or offer something elaborate or expensive. That is not true. It is the kindness and generosity you bring that is the most important. A kind word, socks, snacks, or a pair of sturdy used shoes, can be such a tremendous gesture not only for the receiver, but for the giver.

Join us to support the Church of the Advocate, November 21st

About this Event

 The Red Door Ministry at the Church of the Advocate is a worshiping community of the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina. Our ministry provides clothing and shoes, counseling and work experience, health and wellness support, and community meals for our neighbors who are living on the margins. We rely on YOUR kind support to continue this ministry that has served our community for 20 years. Please join us for dinner as we celebrate the people and ministry of The Red Door and as we look forward to another year of this important work.

We are grateful for the generous support of Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Community which allows us to donate 100% of the ticket price to Church of the Advocate.

Join us November 21st with a $50 donation for a single ticket or a $400 donation for a table of eight.

Information and Registration for this event;

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How does the gift change the giver?
Your gifts SERVE those enduring difficult times or who have never known a life of abundance. This is the kind of abundance that comes not only from the “things” that can be purchased, but the bounty of security and acceptance. When we share our gifts, we begin to view the world in a different way. Others suddenly don’t seem so different or distant anymore. This transformation can happen in an instant or build gradually over time, but it will happen.

When you enjoy a meal, you will think of the meal you served and shared recently with a neighbor at The Red Door. When your feet feel good in new shoes, you will remember those shoes you donated to The Sole Mate Shoe Closet. When you enter the Habitat ReStore or CarePartners Estate Sale to shop or donate, you will have satisfaction in remembering you sponsored a Good Works! Crew member for a day of service at one those organizations that gives back to the community.

At The Red Door, you will NOT find us seeking to help “those less fortunate” or working to fix “broken people”. We humbly stand in service to one another and our community by extending God’s grace and love to all.

"When you help, you see life as weak. When you fix, you see life as broken. When you serve, you see life as whole."
- Rachel Naomi Remen MD

Our Partners

Aabani Salon      
Adlib Clothing
Ado Jo Foley
All Pets Animal Hospital
Anne Bleynat
Arden Inabinette
Asheville Ford
Avenue M Restaurant and Bar
Barbara & Jim Neal               
Barbara Setzer
Bee Sieberg
Ben and Jeannie Powell
Ben Trotter
Bill and Jan Dockendorf
Bouchon French Comfort Food   
Bowden Hardware    
Brixx Wood Fired Pizza
Brooks Brothers, Biltmore Village
Buddy Morrison, Photography
Carlyn and David Pheil           
Carole Hilderbran
Caroline Allured Catering
Caroline Manheimer
Chris and Paul Dismukes
Christy Dickson     
Cindy Walton
Coates Produce
Constance Wilson
Cynthia Thornton   
Danny Wyatt, Sr. - Church of the
Holy Cross
Deerfield
Diane Mance    
Dick & Liz Smith
Fred Fairhead
Ginni Koranek
Glass Onion        
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Grace Pless             
Green Sage Cafe
Hickory Tavern  
Hilton Inn at Biltmore Park
Holiday Inn, Biltmore East      
Jacqueline Brown-Williams
Jane Dawson
Janet Moore
Jan Hildebrand              
Jeannette Cross Smith   
Jennifer Pearson
Jim Deuel        

Joanna White, Fiber Visions Studio
Joan Payton
Joseph Banks
Kristen Childress, 549 Studio    
Lake Logan Conference Center
Linda Bregartner
Maggie B's Wine and Specialty Store
Magnum Pottery
Margaret Shaw
Marie Colton Woodard Art Photography
Marnie Wilson
Mary Bruce and Stephen Woody
Michael Davis  
Michele Burnett
Mobile Vehicle Detailing
Motown Willie
Myra's Cottage Airbnb
Nancy Swann
Organic Mechanic
Pack's Tavern
Pam Stein         
Pam Winkler Arts
Pete Hildebrand
Ralph Simpson & Mark Espy
Richard Henning             
Sally Cochran
Scott Hart                  
Shady Side Florist, Marshall
Sherrie Hygon  
Stephen Lee Johnson
Studio 549                         
Sue Hunter
Susan Haldane         
Susan Kokora
Teresa & Jeff Kelly
The Fresh Market
The Gardener’s Cottage    
The Toy Box
Tina McGuire      
Tom Crook
Tom Panek                      
Twisted Laurel
Valle Crucis Conference Center
Walter Diehl           
Wendy Newman Designs
William H. Stafford
Woof Gang Bakery and Grooming
Zuma’s Cafe


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