Help Us Share the Warmth
As Forsyth County’s largest provider of emergency assistance, Crisis Control assisted 5,084 families to stay in their warm, affordable homes last year. As the weather gets colder, you can help us provide comfort this season by making a donation to our annual Share the Warmth campaign. Please click here to make an online donation, and select Share the Warmth under “Donation For.”
Another Way to Help Crisis Control
Did you know that Crisis Control accepts vehicle donations? It’s simple to donate any used car—it just needs to have a clear title, an engine (running condition or not) and be towable. Your donation is tax-deductible, plus CCM benefits by receiving a cash donation to fund our programs. Click here for more information about the process.
Old Town Family Resource Center Expands Hours
Last year, Crisis Control Ministry entered into a partnership with Old Town Elementary School in Winston-Salem to help staff the Old Town Family Resource Center. Many Old Town students’ families live below the poverty line and the school is constantly seeking new ways to meet the needs of the students through community partnerships. Learn more on our Old Town Outreach page.
Making a Difference
Crisis Control Ministry needs 75-100 volunteers each day. Jobs of all skill levels and interests are available at both the Winston-Salem and Kernersville locations. Please come for a tour to see if there is a position that is just right for you! See our volunteer page for details.