Time is running out to join the Challenge and double your impact. Make a gift by May 31 to make your match and help 2X as many families in our community.
You are a vital part of the donation journey and without your support hardworking families in Charlotte Mecklenburg would be without a home, power, or water. Please make a gift today and join the Challenge!
Nominated by Crisis Assistance Ministry, Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Novant Health Tanya Stewart Blackmon has been named Charlotte Woman of the Year.
The 2040 Comprehensive Plan creates an opportunity to build equity into Charlotte’s future growth. It begins with a recognition of the history of redlining and urban renewal that exacerbated racial disparities and creates a roadmap to ensure that all residents have access to the benefits of our city’s expansion.
Your gifts helped a long-time veteran avoid eviction but we need more help. Unlock $1 million in matching funds by making a gift today of any size which will be doubled.
More than a year into the pandemic that continues to devastate families and economies worldwide, it is painfully evident that the suffering is not equally distributed. The starkly different experiences of Black Americans compared to white Americans highlight the legacy of racism and systemic segregation in the United States.
Two Charlotteans are breathing a sigh of relief after receiving essential appliances, thanks to a generous donation from Lowe’s. These individuals recently picked up brand new washers and dryers at Crisis Assistance Ministry’s Furniture & Appliance Store — a life-changing and inspirational gift during a challenging time in their lives.
Get to know our new volunteer board members. They are joining a group of amazing board members who advocate and work hard to keep our neighbors in need housed with power and lights.