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.
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.
For 42 years, the Charlotte CROP Hunger Walk has invited the community to walk together against hunger—locally and globally. This year’s (virtual) walk is scheduled for Sunday, October 11th, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. in a neighborhood or park near you.
When we first met Julia, she was struggling to stay housed and grieving the death of her teenage son. Though she was in the lowest place she had ever been, she never lost hope that there would be brighter days ahead.
Carol has a quick video update on what has been going on at Crisis Assistance Ministry and how we are currently helping those in need in our community.