At Crisis Assistance Ministry, our hearts are heavy with the loss of another servant leader. Regina Smith, our coworker and friend, passed away unexpectedly on January 11, 2022. She may not have achieved worldwide fame or received the Nobel Peace Prize, but Regina dedicated her life to improving the lives of others, and she will be greatly missed.
temporarily suspending receipt of donations at our Donation Drive-Thru and Furniture & Appliance Store beginning January 12, 2022
Ever wonder who comes to this agency for assistance? Some of our caseworkers give insight about the people who are blessed by your gifts.
Meet a grandmother who received your gift of hope and help when she needed it most. Her modest monthly check, which had previously barely covered her regular expenses, couldn’t stretch to meet the increased food and utility costs.
2021 was a year of changing, growing, and finding new ways to connect with those who seek help with basic needs. Your support allowed our team to rise to the challenge while serving families in deeper need than ever before.
As the calendar year draws to a close, updated tax provisions mean your year-end giving can make a huge difference for families facing financial crisis in our community. There are at least six ways to make a financial gift before 2022 arrives.
In 2021, your support powered so many transformations — from the thousands of families you helped to the innovative new ways they received services. Thank you for preventing homelessness and preserving dignity for so many of our neighbors during an unprecedented year.
Two remarkable women recently sat down together to share what your gifts to Crisis Assistance Ministry have meant to them. Both of these ladies came to Crisis Assistance Ministry needing rent assistance and thanks to donors like you they got financial help and relief. Sometimes you just need a little bit of help to get moving in the right direction and feel like you are no longer underwater.