A Few Thousand Dollars: Sparking Prosperity for Everyone. Author and Prosperity Now founder Bob Friedman makes the case for a revised tax code that could fund a universal savings program in order to close the racial wealth divide in America.
To better serve customers and donors, Crisis Assistance Ministry’s Furniture & Appliance Store is moving to the agency’s main office at 500-A Spratt Street. The move reunites the agency’s services at one location, increasing convenience for customers and donors and enhancing efficiency for staff and volunteers.
To accommodate the move, we will pause acceptance of furniture and appliance donations at 333 Dalton Ave after October 16. The Furniture & Appliance Store will resume all operations, including donations, on October 26, 2021 at its new location at 500-A Spratt Street.