Greenville Chamber of Commerce Leadership leading the way in generosity.

Greenville Chamber of Commerce Leadership leading the way in generosity.
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The Greenville Chamber of Commerce Leadership Institute participated in a day to "Do Random Acts of Kindness" and choose to spread some of that kindness at the Shelter. Leadership Group B came with baskets in hand filled with blankets, towels, socks, hats and personal hygiene items. Leadership Group C brought some elbow grease and worked outside cleaning the grounds around the Shelter. Th...
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December Volunteer of the Month

December Volunteer of the Month
Congratulations to Jim Bryant, our December Volunteer of the Month.  Jim has worked in the respite room since the day it opened (almost 2 years) and has been instrumental in coordinating volunteerism and donations from the Rotary Club of Greenville. Volunteers, like Jim, keep the Shelter going and there are many opportunities to volunteer available.  If you are interested in joining our Volunte...
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Seniors Sharing at the Shelter

Seniors Sharing at the Shelter
The Moyewood Senior Citizen Club visited the Shelter today and brought some much needed items.  They donated clothes, toiletries, socks, gloves, hats, scarves, paper plates, and backpacks.  Now that the weather is getting colder, coats, hats, gloves, scarves and long underwear are in great demand at our Community Clothing Closet. Donations such as these help the Shelter serve the Residents with...
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ECU Class is taking care of Business

ECU Class is taking care of Business
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A team of ECU students, led by Jaclyn Burrows, from Mrs. Winkler's BUSI 2200 class had to conduct a community project of their choosing and prepare a presentation on what they did.  They decided to do a Supply Drive for CCC and requested personal care items, paper goods, and warm clothing.   They also hosted a GoFundMe page to raise money to help purchase additional items to add to those collected...
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Greenville Rotary Club racking it up at the Community Clothes Closet

Greenville Rotary Club racking it up at the Community Clothes Closet
The Community Clothes Closet has two new clothes racks provided by the Greenville Rotary Club.   These racks were very needed for the overflow of generous donations of clothing that we are receiving.  The winter coats that we are currently collecting, which are heavy and need strong support have found a place to hang with the three heavy-duty clothes racks donated by the Rotary Club.   The Greenvi...
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ECU PEP Paper Drive supplies the Shelter

ECU PEP Paper Drive supplies the Shelter
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The ECU PEP Squad held a paper drive, not for recycling newspapers, but for paper supplies for the Shelter!  The total # of supplies donated included: 750 napkins, near 3,000 plates, near 1,000 rolls of toilet paper and almost 200 rolls of paper towels. PEP Squad is a student-led organization through the Health Education & Promotion (HEP) Department at ECU.  PEP board members Kiersten Radfo...
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St James Preschool provides many blessings

St James Preschool provides many blessings
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Last week Dana Carpenetti, Director of Weekday Ministries for St. James United Methodist Church, dropped off 53 Blessing Bags made by the preschool program there.  These little ones made an assembly line and filled the bags with personal care items and snacks for the residents of the shelter.   They may not realize the blessing is not just in the bags.  Thank you Dana and St. James Methodist Churc...
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Home Builders Supply Company Lends a Helping Hand

Home Builders Supply Company Lends a Helping Hand
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https://www.facebook.com/GvilleXroads/videos/2509179292634325/?t=22 Our friends, neighbors and supporters at Home Builders Supply Company stepped up and helped the shelter pick up our quarterly shipment from the USDA food program. On Wednesday, 11/13, two hardworking young men showed up with a company flatbed truck and helped Community Crossroads Center executive Director, Ken Becker and Operat...
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CM Eppes Students care about the Community.

CM Eppes Students care about the Community.
6th, 7th, and 8th grade students from CM Eppes middle school, members of the First LEGO League Team, came to learn about homelessness and to lend a hand in the clothes closet. They were accompanied by their teacher, Megan Nelson, and several parents.   They met with Jim Cox and Ken Becker for almost an hour, learning and asking questions about the displaced population in our community. Ms Nelso...
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