Thanksgiving donation and volunteer sign up now available.

Thanksgiving donation and volunteer sign up now available.
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Thanksgiving donation and volunteer sign-up now available. Thank you for wishing to help the Residents at the Shelter by providing an item for their Thanksgiving lunch meal and/or volunteer to help.  We are estimating that there will be 40 residents at the Shelter at this time.   Please review the list below and fill the spot you would like.  Food may be brought in during...
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Thank You So Much!

Thank You So Much!
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Thanks to the generous donation from the Beatrice Chauncey estate, we will be able to fund new mattresses for the center as well as other initiatives during these uncertain times!  Estate planning is a great way to include and give back to the Community Crossroads Center to ensure our mission of helping the most vulnerable in our community is able to continue for years to come.  If you are inter...
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Lunches needed for Shelter residents in October

Lunches needed for Shelter residents in October
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We are in need of individuals, families, friends or groups that would like to prepare and delivery bag lunches for the Shelter Residents for the month of October. We need 20 individually bagged lunches for residents to include: a sandwich (Peanut butter and jelly preferred due to refrigeration issues), chips, fruit (fresh or packaged) and water (water does not need to be in the bag).  Any addit...
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COMING SOON – 2020 HONOR CARDS

COMING SOON – 2020 HONOR CARDS
Christmas is only a few short months away and the Honor Cards will be here the first of November.  Please help us help 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, individuals can s...
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Anna Kate

Anna Kate
Anna Kate has been looking for ways to help others during the Covid-19 pandemic. She researched local organizations that may need support and found Community Crossroads Center. She spent a day baking treats she loves and we advertised a bake sale on Facebook. Through the generosity of our friends and family, Anna Kate was able to raise $650. Thank you Anna Kate for your generous donation. &nb...
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Giving Tuesday Now

Giving Tuesday Now
Communities and non-profits around the world are uniting on May 5, 2020 for #GivingTuesdayNow as an emergency response to the unprecedented needs caused by COVID-19. Locally in Greenville and Pitt County, Community Crossroads Center, the area’s only emergency shelter for the homeless is calling on those in the community who are able to please donate to the Community Crossroads Center’s COVI...
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A Message from Our Director

A Message from Our Director
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Dear friends, Community Crossroads Center simply could not carry out it's important mission without your generosity and support. In 2019, we provided services to 629 different residents, including 60 children. You helped us serve our residents over 57,000 meals last year. In these perilous times of COVID-19, we need your support now more than ever. The health, safety and well-being of our re...
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Saint Peter Families Sharing Lunch

Saint Peter Families Sharing Lunch
Thank you to the families of a small Christian Community Group at Saint Peter Catholic Church.  They made sandwiches and goodies for sack lunches and brought them to the Shelter.  The Residents receive breakfast and dinner at the Shelter but they don't always have a lunch when they leave for the day.  This gift from these families is very appreciated.  Thank you. WANT TO BECOME PART OF OUR DEDICA...
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Pitt Community College Knows Reading is Fundamental

Pitt Community College Knows Reading is Fundamental
Thank you to Amelia Bain and to her students from the TRiO First Gen Fellows Mentoring Program for donating books to the children at the Shelter.  They collected books for children from Pre-K to Middle School and then sorted them by age groups and bagged them up.  A lot of our families come into the Shelter without things like books to enjoy.   These will be enjoyed by the children that come into ...
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ECU Nursing Students Sharing the Caring

ECU Nursing Students Sharing the Caring
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Thank you to students from the ECU College of Nursing for coming out and lending a hand at the Community Clothes Closet at CCC.  After the Leap Year Winter Giveaway there is a need for volunteers to help us get the inventory sorted, organized and put on display.  Thank you for taking time to share your caring spirit.  #GoLoGreenville WANT TO BECOME PART OF OUR DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS OR HELP IN ANOT...
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