Critical Need for Volunteers!
Looking for a way to make a difference in someone’s life? Do you want to strengthen our community? CCM has all types of volunteer positions from food pantry worker to pharmacy greeter to interviewer. Currently, we have a critical need for volunteers interested in spending three hours a week as an interviewer – an important and extremely rewarding position. Please see our volunteer page for more information and come for a no-obligation tour.
Bridges Out of Poverty Training
This powerful training builds awareness of the differences in economic cultures with the end-goal of supporting those in our community who are working their way out of poverty. Community members and social service providers are welcome to attend. The next session will be offered on February 23 and is underwritten by Crisis Control Ministry. See our Bridges Out of Poverty Page for a more in-depth description and go to our February Calendar to register by February 15.
Making a Difference with Monthly Giving
Support something you believe in by joining our Monthly Giving Program. A $25 monthly gift, for example, can provide a food order for a family of four for two weeks. As one monthly giver explains, “As a volunteer, I became increasingly aware of just how much CCM helps those facing truly desperate situations.” Now she’s putting her regular support where her heart is. Click here for more info or call us at 336.724.7875 ext. 1041.
Offices Closed for MLK
Both Crisis Control Ministry offices will be closed on Monday, January 21. For our normal operating hours, please see the Locations, Directions, and Hours page.
Share the Warmth
Your gift to Crisis Control Ministry’s Share the Warmth program will keep our Forsyth County neighbors in their warm homes. Go to our Donate Page, select monthly or one-time support, and then select Donation For: Share the Warmth.