Crisis Assistance Ministry CEO, Carol Hardison, is not inviting you to a party or gala. But she is inviting you to make a gift from the comfort of your couch or lounge chair to help neighbors in need. You can provide hope and compassion by making a tax-deductible gift today.
Dot is a hardworking mother and caretaker for her own mother. When things got too much and utility bills piled up, she turned to the community for support. You made sure that her family was able to have running water and air conditioning at the end of a long summer day.
When Ashley and her five children arrived in Charlotte two years ago, she was determined to do everything possible to keep her family safe. When faced with the threat of homelessness, the community’s generosity and Ashley’s resilience kept her and her children stably housed. Help others in Ashley’s situation by making a gift today.
While Jeff has previously volunteered in a variety of roles, the pandemic meant finding a way to give back while remaining safely distanced. A retired minister, he put his natural ability to relate to people to work making over 400 thank you calls in just two months.
Last year, Shavonna’s family struggled through chronic illness, furloughs, COVID-precautions, and more. But Shavonna’s story is bigger than that. She’s a survivor, a mother, a teacher, a caregiver. She’s someone who encouraged others to fulfill their potential while questioning her own. Until now.
Join in the silent auction fun during the 2021 Non-Event! We have some great items and experiences to bid on each week until the end of August. Your donations will help families in our community avoid eviction. Start bidding today!
Nearly 800 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) leaders recently participated in a week of service, named CMS Cares, giving back to the community while also learning more about the agencies and organizations that serve their students and families daily.
A big thanks to CPI Security employees for putting together an amazing volunteer event to pack hundreds of hygiene kits with full-size toiletry items for neighbors who shop at Crisis Assistance Ministry’s Free Store.