Doctor in the Kitchen!

Doctor in the Kitchen!
Thanks to Dr. Joe Nelson, PhD, a Past Board President, who is here on Fridays to help serve breakfast with a big smile, warm heart and a joke or two.  Thank you Joe for your continued service to the Shelter. 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 do...
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Breakfast Volunteers from Vidant Medical Center

Breakfast Volunteers from Vidant Medical Center
Thank you to our awesome breakfast volunteers from Vidant Medical Center.  We truly appreciate their enthusiasm, happy faces and willingness to help our residents start the day right with a hot breakfast.  We are fortunate to have Vidant Medical Center employees taking an active roll in helping the homeless in our community. WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER
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July Volunteer of the Month – Mrs. Seema Singla

July Volunteer of the Month – Mrs. Seema Singla
Congratulations and many thanks to Ms. Seema Singla, Volunteer of the Month for July.  Ms. Singla recently started serving breakfast on Mondays.  She has only done that for a few weeks, but for the last 10 years Ms. Singla has been coming by herself, once every other month to supply, cook, and serve dinner to our residents.  She did emphasize to me that she does have a friend who comes in a little...
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Searching for a new Executive Director

Searching for a new Executive Director
The Greenville Community Shelters, Inc. (DBA Community Crossroads Center), is seeking a motivated and caring Executive Director to continue the implementation of the agency’s mission. The Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of the agency organization including budget, service delivery, measurable outcomes, physical plant, staff supervision and development, fundraising, grant writing ...
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WNCT Making News at the Clothes Closet

WNCT Making News at the Clothes Closet
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Members of the WNCT family, from behind and in front of the camera, came to lend a hand at the CCC Free Clothes Closet.  They sorted, folded, picked up and did some housekeeping at the Closet.  As we all know, a closet is hard to keep neat and tidy.  Thanks for your help! WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER
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June Volunteer of the Month

June Volunteer of the Month
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Congratulations to John “Jack” Lewis who is our volunteer of the month for June. Jack has been serving breakfast at the shelter every Wednesday since 2014!  What dedicated service! He is an expert at making perfectly round and perfectly sized pancakes.  He has had a lot of practice. Thank you for being such a pillar for us.  We depend on great volunteers like you to keep this place going! &...
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CCC Administration serves the Servers.

CCC Administration serves the Servers.
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Community Crossroads Center is overwhelmed by the generosity of the more than 40 churches that provide dinner every night of the week and breakfast on the weekends. .  The shelter administration recently had a lunch-time meeting with the "Ambassadors" from these churches to get input from them, and to serve them for a change.  Charles Young (Director of Operations) was the short-order cook, along ...
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The Doctor Is In!

The Doctor Is In!
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The Community Crossroads Center Clinic (GCSC) is a free medical clinic run by medical students at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. The clinic offers basic medical services and referrals to anyone in need of them. The clinic first opened in December 1988 and is currently located on the grounds of the former Agnes Fullilove School (attached to the Community Crossroads Cente...
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ECU Staff Members Come to CCC

ECU Staff Members Come to CCC
We often have students from many of the  different schools at ECU come to volunteer, but this time Staff members of the ECU Center for Leadership and Student Engagement and ECU Recreation and Wellness Department came to work.   Thank you for the time spent sprucing up the grounds and for the help in sorting donations of clothing given to the Free Community Clothes Closet at the Shelter.  The Cloth...
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