Ministry Announces Dewey’s Bakery Fundraising Store

Greater Hickory Cooperative Christian Ministry (GHCCM) announces their partnership with Dewey’s Bakery in Winston Salem.  On Tuesday, November 15, the Dewey’s Bakery Holiday Store will open to the public in Hickory at 31 Thrift and MORE! at 31 1st Avenue SE.  The bakery will help raise money while providing a convenient local place to shop for fresh baked holiday treats.

Dewey’s Moravian baked goods have been a treasured holiday tradition since the bakery opened in downtown Winston-Salem in 1930. Moravian Cookies were even hand-selected by Oprah Winfrey and featured in O, The Oprah Magazine’s coveted “O List.” Dewey’s remains faithful to the origins of these time-honored classics, continuing to bake in the homemade tradition using original recipes and the finest ingredients.

31 Thrift and MORE! will operate the Dewey’s Bakery for the holiday season beginning November 15 to midday on Thursday, December 22, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays from 10 am – 5 pm and Tuesdays 11 am – 6 pm.  The store is closed on Sundays.   A portion of proceeds from each sale will go directly back to Greater Hickory Cooperative Christian Ministry to help our most vulnerable neighbors.

As stated by John Featherstone, Director of 31 Thrift and MORE!,  “We’re excited to partner with Dewey’s Bakery to accomplish our goals this year, and we want to encourage everyone to stop by for their holiday shopping,”   Lily Moody, Executive Director of GHCCM adds, “The money we raise will make a difference to those in our community who are in need.”

Items available in the store will include Dewey’s Moravian Cookie gift tins, Moravian Sugar Cake, savory Cheese Straws and much more. Moravian Cookie flavors include Ginger Spice, Classic Sugar, Chocolate Dipped Mint and many others.

GHCCM is dependent on grants and financial contributions to continue offering the wide range of support to our community. It is the goal of GHCCM to work together to offer stability to those in crisis and a pathway out of the poverty cycle. For hours of operation, ministry offerings, or to donate, visit GHCCM’s website at For additional information email To volunteer, send your request to