Instead of paying for a real event, your contribution will directly help our neighbors in crisis.
Medical emergencies are something none of us think about. Until something happens. That's when you stepped in to help Annie keep her lights on and her water running . . .
Join us as summer slips away for a shopping night to benefit struggling families in our own community.
Melissa's father was the sole breadwinner, working seven days a week to keep food on the table and a roof over their head. Then everything changed . . . >>
Like many women her age, Ruth gets by through a careful balancing act that stretches her social security as far as it can go. Until something unexpected happens . . .
Billy, a tree climber with 16 years of experience doing tree work, has been out of work for several months now. As winter set in...
Robert and his wife are working to provide for their three children, but summer means new expenses and less income . . .
Maria took what she thought might be her last shower for a long time before coming to Crisis Assistance Ministry for help . . .
Electrolux North America celebrated their milestone of $1 Million worth of donated appliances in Charlotte with a special gift: a brand new truck to help families starting over with furniture, beds, and essential appliances.
After a fire devastated his home and his savings, Frederick and his grandson plowed through the maze of paperwork which living in a low budget motel room. When repairs were finally finished, one obstacle remained . . .

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New Report Shows What Poverty Looks Like in Charlotte

A new report compiled by Gene Nichol and the NC Poverty Research Fund details the dual realities of highly concentrated poverty in the shadow of Charlotte's gleaming skyscrapers. 

You're Invited to a NON-event

This summer, YOU are invited to skip the gala and stay home (or do whatever you like). Instead, make a contribution that directly helps families with nowhere else to turn. Join the #CLTStaysHome Movement right now.

Project Dressed 2 Learn seeks school uniforms for struggling families

Donations of new or gently-used uniform items are urgently needed this summer to meet Fall 2016 needs for low-income students attending nearly 48 public schools requiring uniforms. 

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Charlotte Stays Home invites you to stay home this summer, make a gift, and help families with urgent needs.