What The Honor Card Means to Our Shelter

What The Honor Card Means to Our Shelter
Since 1988, more than 500,000 Honor Cards have been purchased and sent to friends and family members to help fight homelessness through the annual honor card program. These $5 Honor cards are beautiful works of art by Mr. William Mangun, a very generous artist which began this program over three decades ago in order to reach out to the homeless community. What the Honor Card Means And How It Wo...
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Haircuts and St. James Jammers

Haircuts and St. James Jammers
Last evening was another wonderful night at CCC. We had the privilege of acknowledging some of our valuable volunteers for all that they do for the Center. The third Monday of every month we have barbers and hair stylists who volunteer their time and expertise along with the St. James Jammers on the same night (as well as St. James providing dinner for everyone). What an awesome evening! ...
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Pirates Promoting Wellness

Pirates Promoting Wellness
    We have an incredible amount of support from our community. Once a month, the “Pirates Promoting Wellness”, arrive at the Center at about 6:00AM to cook and serve breakfast for our residents. It is always a pleasure to see so many young ladies volunteering their time and energy to help those that are less fortunate. Go Pirates!!!!!!!! WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED? DONATE OR...
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Helping fulfill our Mission

Helping fulfill our Mission
At CCC our Mission is to “serve the homeless and those at risk of homelessness by providing safe housing, and assisting them in developing a long term plan that leads to self-sufficiency.” This is Ms. Van Henderson.  She is an instructor from Pitt Community College and she is teaching classes at Community Crossroads in the computer lab.  She teaches computer skills and job preparation classes.  Y...
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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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