For the Media

About Crisis Assistance Ministry

Crisis Assistance Ministry offers expertise in the areas of poverty, eviction prevention, financial security, family and child stability, and economic mobility, as well as the real stories of neighbors struggling to get by on the lowest rung of the economic ladder.

Media Contact:

Liana Humphrey

Chief Marketing & Communications Officer

Phone:
(704) 227-2791

Email:
[email protected]

Preventing homelessness. Preserving dignity.

Use of Logo and Naming Standards

Crisis Assistance Ministry prefers use of the full agency name on all references.  Alternative second references can include “the agency,” “the organization,” and similar terms.

Request Permission

Please request use of logo directly from our Communications Manager.

Logo & Branding Style Guide

Click on the links below to download the preferred logo files and style guide:

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Branding & Style Guide
Quick Style Guide (PDF)

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Home is a Safe Place Again for Olivia

Olivia has a full time job but it just wasn’t enough to keep her young family stably housed. When she needed help, you came through and lifted her up and set her on the right path.

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Holiday Cards and Card Inserts

Holiday cards and card inserts are available now! Make a gift and send cards or card inserts to honor someone in your life today.

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Providing Help, Hope, and Home this Holiday Season

What does home mean to you? As we move into the season of giving, instead of providing a gift in a bag or box, you can give the gift of help and hope to our neighbors.

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2019 Community Impact Report Released

Inside this year’s annual report, you’ll meet neighbors who have found hope in the midst of a crisis thanks to your support, take a look at the remarkable statistics their stories represent, and examine the financial snapshot for the year ending June 30, 2019.

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Can A Donated Coat Prevent Homelessness?

As temperatures begin to drop, the approaching winter adds renewed urgency for families who are struggling to make ends meet in Charlotte-Mecklenburg. You can help by donating new and gently used coats and winter gear.

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You Restored Hope for So Many

Inside this issue of The Advocate newsletter, read about individuals and families who found hope because of your support, a key partnership helping neighbors understand their rights in the face of rising eviction rates, and more.

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Vanguard Crew Gives Back

Vanguard’s commitment to community brings teams of volunteers to Crisis Assistance Ministry consistently to help out with a variety of tasks. The group’s coordinator, Cynthia Jordan, has a personal connection to the agency’s mission.

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National Voter Registration Day

Last year, millions of Americans didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline. National Voter Registration Day is a day of action before state deadlines begin in October.

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What Does it Mean to Be a 4-Star Charity?

The Charity Navigator database was created in 2001 with the goal of creating a world where philanthropy is inclusive, vibrant, and effect. Today, they are the gold standard in accessing the financial health, accountability, and transparency of charities.

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Full Circle Moments Inspire Employee of the Year

“I know I am lucky. So many people need that kind of help and don’t have family and friends who are able to give it,” says Dywoine Massey. “I can relate to the situations moms and dads are in when they come here. That could have been me.” That’s what motivates him to keep coming back every day to his role coaching individuals and families beyond their immediate crisis toward economic mobility.

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Walk to Make a Difference

Join us on Sunday, October 20 at 1:30 pm at Independence Park for the CROP Hunger Walk. Your support will raise awareness about the families in our community struggling with food insecurity.

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Volunteers And Community Partners Honored

Crisis Assistance Ministry this week celebrated the contribution of volunteers in preventing homelessness and preserving dignity for struggling families in Mecklenburg County. In the most recent fiscal year, individual, family, group and corporate volunteers served over 47,000 hours. Honorees included Kelvin Glee, Randy Franklin, TIAA, and Legal Aid of North Carolina.

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