Your help kept Aaron and his family housed last year. This #GivingTuesday he is asking for your help to ensure that 50 families avoid eviction with heat and water.
A year ago, we shared Amy’s story of homelessness and housing instability after she fled domestic violence. Thanks to your support, she was better prepared when COVID-19 hit for the hardships that came along with the pandemic. This #GivingTuesday, help us ensure that 50 families like Amy’s remain stably housed.
Saying thank you to people like you and Sarah will never seem like enough. Your support this holiday season and throughout the year is the greatest gift of all.
Looking to honor loved ones and spread holiday cheer? Our holiday cards and card inserts let family and friends know that a donation has been made in their honor.
Julia is a customer and advocate for people in crisis in our community. Along with her husband and support dog, Princess, she is rebuilding her life thanks to amazing people like you.
If you ever feel like you can’t make a difference, think again. Even small acts of kindness, such as saving one starfish, can make a big difference to those in need of assistance.
Shavonna’s world was upended when her family went from two full-time incomes to almost nothing overnight. She had been making partial rent payments but the debt kept growing and she was terrified of becoming homeless. Then you stepped in to make sure she and her family were home for the holidays.
Huge congratulations to Crisis Assistance Ministry’s Chief Financial Officer Tim Ryan who was just named CFO of the Year for nonprofit organizations by the Charlotte Business Journal. Tim’s work to meet the urgent needs of the community despite the challenges of COVID-19 restrictions stood out according to the Journal’s special report.