Serving It Up!

Serving It Up!
Thank you Koinonia Christian Center Church for serving dinner Sunday, August 5. They are one of many groups who are dedicated to regularly providing dinner for the homeless. Other groups who also serve include; Ebenezer 7th Day Adventists, Christ Presbyterian Church, Memorial Baptist Church, Greenville Church of God, and Faith Assembly of God. To see the list of those who provided dinner for shelt...
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Monthly Haircuts

Monthly Haircuts
Community Crossroads provides meals and shelter to so many, made possible by the generous support of our donors and volunteers.   This is what we would expect at the shelter, but what about other personal care, like haircuts? The Barber College has stepped up to help out by providing our residents hair cuts at no charge each month.  Thank you, Master Barber Rodney Bullock and Barber College stu...
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The Ulster Project

The Ulster Project
  Hunger and homelessness know no boundaries. This is true in our country and internationally. The Ulster Project sends teens from Ireland to the United States each summer to focus on breaking down prejudices and stereotypes. We thank this group of teens, led by Mr. Peter Sword, for making Community Crossroads Center a stop on their tour of Eastern North Carolina and for the work they did ...
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June 2018 Birthday Party

June 2018 Birthday Party
      We want to thank our friends at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church who began bringing cake, ice cream, balloons and the fixins' once a month to help the residents here at the Center celebrate their birthday month. Pastor John Porter-Acee and the congregation wanted to find new ways to reach out to the community, so those with birthdays in a given month now celebrate t...
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Thank You to Publix Employees and Customers

Thank You to Publix Employees and Customers
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Thank you to Publix employees and customers for their generous donation of 50 cases of water. Publix has been donating items that are needed by the Center over the last couple of months.  They have donated water, milk, and much needed supplies, as well as helped weed and donated mulch.  With the summer temperatures this is so very needed and appreciated!   CCC depends on generosity such as ...
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Pitt County Farmer’s Market features St. James Jammers

Pitt County Farmer’s Market features St. James Jammers
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Our friends from St. James, the St. James Jammers, are playing every Saturday at the Farmer’s Market on County Home Road from 10:00AM to 11AM.  They raised over $1,500 last year and have raised over $500 for this year already.  All of the donations they receive are given to the Center. Stop by the Farmer's Market on any Saturday and listen to these awesome folks…… and check out all the wond...
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Volunteers From the Community Make Us Possible

Volunteers From the Community Make Us Possible
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At Community Crossroads Center, we rely heavily on volunteers from the community.  Whether it is feeding our residents at dinner and breakfast, holding Bible study, or providing free haircuts or dental care, volunteers ensure we can keep going as an organization. Or in this case, Meteorologist Jim Howard with WITN who volunteered his time and materials to get one of our resident's trucks back on...
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Local Churches Help the Homeless With Out of the Box Fundraiser

Local Churches Help the Homeless With Out of the Box Fundraiser
On May 4th, First Christian Church held their 3rd annual “Out of the Box” event to raise awareness to homelessness in Greenville and Pitt County. We thank the “Salt and Light” youth of First Christian Church along with their Youth group leaders, Jeremy & Stacey Cook, Tim & Dawn Manning, Whit & Karen Brown and Jereme and Jennifer Blizzard for helping us in our mission here at Commun...
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Fourth Graders Serve the Homeless by Cleaning Our Shelter

Fourth Graders Serve the Homeless by Cleaning Our Shelter
Many thanks to Ms. Sarah Brown and her fourth grade class from Trinity Christian School for their service to Community Crossroads Center. Thank you, too, to Ken Clark, Pastor; Bruce Gray, School Administrator; and the parents who supported Ms. Brown and the children in their efforts. We Love Our Volunteers and The Difference They Make in Our Efforts to Serve the Homeless Trinity Free Will Ba...
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Volunteers Help Our Shelter Grow: Thank You St. Paul Church and Publix

Volunteers Help Our Shelter Grow: Thank You St. Paul Church and Publix
Volunteers are the lifeblood of Community Crossroads Center. They provide the necessary labor, care, attention, and passion that keeps our shelter running so we can provide our services to homeless individuals in need. In a very real sense: volunteers help our shelter grow and adapt to the changing needs of the community. We just wanted to take a moment to highlight some recent volunteers a...
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