HONOR CARD Program

How can YOU help homeless veterans, men, women and children? Buy Honor Cards for Christmas, and know that every penny of your donation will come back to ABCCM's programs and services for the homeless.

ABCCM is proud to be part of the Honor Card program, a campaign to raise awareness and funds to help meet the needs of the homeless. Each year, selected agencies and organizations in North Carolina that serve the homeless sell Honor Cards at a $5 minimum donation per card. 

The Honor Card program was conceived by North Carolina painter William Mangum, who was inspired by his service with the homeless. Since 1988, Bill has painted an image and provided it to ABCCM and others at no cost. Wells Fargo prints the image on a card and envelope, also at no cost. That means every dollar donated for Honor Cards goes directly to organizations such as ABCCM and our programs for the homeless, such as the Veterans Restorations Quarters and Steadfast House.

Honor Cards are the perfect and unique holiday gift for friends, family, clients and employees! Cards can be inscribed "in honor" of the recipient. Click here to read more about the Honor Card program and William Mangum.

Order Cards Online

Using the link below, you can order Honor Cards with a donation to ABCCM. Your entire order will be available with a blank interior for you to fill your recipients' names before delivering yourself to your friends and family.

For an additional donation of $1 per card, ABCCM would be happy to fill our your card and mail directly to your recipients for you. We thank you for donating to ABCCM on their behalf. Simply get started by clicking the button below.

Hope is a vital necessity of life—a gift that God wants to give to everyone in a world that regularly writes dreams off as foolish and drains the hope from the heart with dark pessimism. We must remind the homeless that what they’re going through isn’t the end of the story...it’s simply the rough journey that leads to the right destination. Solid, stable, sure hope. Hope to press on. Hope to endure. Hope to stay focused. Hope to see new dreams fulfilled.
— William Mangum