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 held on June 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. See our Bridges Out of Poverty Page for a more in-depth description and email Karen Haynes to register by June 21.
Latest Community Impact Report
CCM is a place where neighbors come together. Some offer funding. Some volunteer. Some seek help. All are valued and respected. In our 2018 fiscal year, 263 weekly volunteer interviewers individually greeted our neighbors and conducted 6,833 interviews resulting in over $3 million of critical needs being met for 15,125 individuals. A total of 853 volunteers offered their skills to this ministry. The complete report is available on our Annual Reports page.
Crisis Control Ministry’s Spring Newsletter salutes our very special volunteers and includes the story of our youngest volunteer gardeners with the Healthy Eating Initiative. It also spotlights Vicki Jones, our Director of Community and Volunteer Relations who is about to retire after 21 years at CCM! You’ll also find out more about Leaving a Legacy through planned giving. Be sure to sign up for our quarterly newsletter at the bottom of this page to stay up-to-date with all our news.