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 and their efforts to beautify and restore our shelter.
St. Paul Church Helps With Our Shed
St. Paul Church came Monday, April 2 to take down our old shed. A large group came from the church as well as the pastor, his wife, and two children. In addition to helping take down our old shed that we no longer used, two women from the church also cleaned our office.
Publix Helps With Our Landscaping
Another group from Publix came Tuesday, April 3. These volunteers brought two truckloads of mulch and trimmed, weeded, and mulched all around the shelter. They also power-washed the sidewalks and a group of ladies cleaned inside the offices within the shelter.
Many thanks to Rev. Arthur Richardson Denning and his congregation and to Tim Cochran and his Publix crew!