Make a Monetary Donation
Please consider how you can help us continue to make services available to those in need.
We are privately owned and not affiliated with the city of Greenville. We are also a 501(C)3 charitable non-profit organization. We depend on your generous donations to continue to serve the community. Your gifts to CCC are tax deductible to the extent allowable by the Internal Revenue Service.
You can click the donate button above, you can drop off your donation to us at 207 Manhattan Avenue, Greenville, NC 27834, Monday – Friday between 8am – 3:30 pm,or you can mail your check or money order made payable to Community Crossroads Center,, 207 Manhattan Avenue, Greenville, NC 27834.
Thank you for your interest and support!
To donate clothing and coats and small household goods, please visit CCC Clothing Closet on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2-4pm. It is located in the 2-story building (old Agnes Fullilove School) beside the Shelter. We not only help provide clothing for our residents, but we help out anyone in the community. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by the Internal Revenue Service.
Please no Mouthwash. We do not take food donations; however, if you or your organization would like to make bag lunches for us to hand out to our residents as they leave for the day would be greatly appreciated. We average 90 people per night and they often do not get to eat lunch during the day and bag lunches ensure they get what they need to eat. Donations to the Shelter are accepted Monday – Friday between 8am – 3:30pm.
Monetary Donations are a high need and always appreciated. Below are the needed supplies:
- Rain Ponchos
- Paper Plates and Cups
- Plastic Forks, Spoons, Knives
- Cleaning Supplies (Bleach, Lysol, Tub Cleaners, Toilet bowl cleaner)
- Laundry Detergent
- Gently Used/New Twin Size Sheets
- New Pillows
- Shower Shoes/Flip Flops
What Your Donation Funds
Monetary donations are the lifeblood of the Shelter. Our budget is 80% funded by individuals, businesses, and churches. Donations cover insurance, salaries, utilities, maintenance, repairs and when possible funds to help those who need a one-time monetary gift that keeps them from actually becoming homeless. In some situations, we use funds to purchase specific items such as steel-toe boots for a resident who obtains a job that requires them. Our cost per night per resident is $25 and we have an average of 90 residents per night.