Woodforest friends lending a hand serving.

Thank you to Megan Jones, Branch Manager of Woodforest National Bank #0825, and her crew, Byron Joyner and Shameka Carter.  They came in today to prepare breakfast for the residents: pancakes, sausage and fruit.  Thank you for coming out this morning and giving of yourselves. Volunteers are the backbone of CCC and most of what happens here could not happen without our volunteers.   If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact us, stop by our office at 207 Manhattan Avenue or ...
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Community Partnerships class helps out at the CCC Clothes Closet

Thank you to Jennie Ann Cole, MSW, PhD and her students from the Advanced Practice:  Community Partnerships class who came to Community Crossroads Center and helped to sort and hang clothes in our Free Community Clothes Closet.  These students are in the Masters of Social Work program at ECU and we so appreciate the field that they are studying and the help that they gave here. Volunteers are the backbone of CCC and most of what happens here could not happen without our volunteers.   If you a...
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Congratulations to our October Volunteer of the Month!

Congratulations to Jennie Baird, our Volunteer of the Month for October. Jennie has come twice a week for the past year and a half to organize and store all of the donations that are given to CCC, and gratefully there are a lot of them.  She takes care of all of the various donations of personal hygiene items, toys, books, blankets, towels, etc.  She is also of vital help to the clothes closet by taking all of the clothes that are dropped off in the office over to the closet – a lot of hard w...
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Meet and Greet and one more Farewell.

On Tuesday of this week, the Shelter hosted a Meet and Greet luncheon for our new Executive Director, Ken Becker, and an opportunity for retiring director, Bob Williams, to say his final farewells. Ken Becker is a 20 year veteran of the Marine Corps.  Becker also has a degree in social work from UNC Wilmington. He's worked with homeless veterans and a non-profit organization as well. He's excited to be at Community Crossroads Center.  Ken said, "It was a very good fit when I came here to inte...
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2019 Honor Card

2019 Honor Card 1 Cards $5.00 USD 5 Cards $20.00 USD 10 Cards $40.00 USD 20 Cards $80.00 USD 25 Cards $100.00 USD This Holiday Season, stand with us to help our neighbors that are struggling, those who have stumbled along life’s path and are homeless. The Honor Card is a great way to support Community Crossroads Center and share the message of need by honoring a friend or family member through its donation.  With a minimum donation of $5 per card, individual...
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September Volunteers of the Month!

Congratulations to Jean and Brian Conlin for being Volunteers of the Month for September.  They have faithfully served breakfast to our residents every Friday for over two years.  Thank you Jean and Brian for your dedication. Volunteers are the backbone of CCC and we could not operate without them.  If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact us, stop by our office at 207 Manhattan Avenue or download a CCC Volunteer Application, and send it to: vc@greenvillecommunityshelter....
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Honoring our Leader!

On September 11th, a retirement party was held for Bob Williams, the executive director of the Community Crossroads Center. Bob has been an amazing leader for the center and was instrumental in having the current facility built with little to no debt. Bob was honored by having the dining hall named in his honor for his incredible leadership and compassion for those in need in our community. Thank you Bob Williams for being such a positive influence in our community! Thank you to everyone that...
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IGNITE Church Volunteers Sharing Mulch Love!

Many thanks to the volunteers from Ignite Church for all the hard work they did on the property here at Community Crossroads Center.    Todd Rouse, Benton Scott, Richard Beck, Bruce Warrender, Josh Faulkner, and Josh Lilley trimmed bushes, pulled weeds, picked up trash and spread 16 yards of mulch around trees and in the planters.  This is not their first time here and we so appreciate them returning again to spread the mulch and the love. Volunteers are the backbone of CCC and we could not o...
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August Volunteer of the Month!

Great big thanks to our Volunteer of the Month Ernie Albritton.  Ernie has served breakfast on Wednesday mornings over the last four years as his schedule permits.  He has learned from our pancake expert, Jack Lewis, how to prepare and make the pancakes for our residents. Volunteers are the backbone of CCC and we could not operate without them.  If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact us, stop by our office at 207 Manhattan Avenue or download a CCC Volunteer Application,...
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Summer Fun for our Young Residents!

Thank you to Dawn and Rachel for providing lunch, games and fun activities for the children at the Shelter.  Dawn and Rachel share their time with the children each week in the Family Room of the Respite Center where they help with homework and crafts. Volunteers are the backbone of CCC and we could not operate without them.  If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact us, stop by our office at 207 Manhattan Avenue or download a CCC Volunteer Application, and send it to: vc@...
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