News

07 Nov

Crisis Control Ministry Holiday Honor Card Sales to Benefit Local Community

The sale of 2018 Crisis Control Ministry Holiday Honor Cards is underway, marking more than 22 years that the local organization has offered cards that make a positive difference in the community. “People love our holiday cards because they’re a meaningful alternative gift that honors the recipient and also benefits Crisis Control’s work with economically Read More
27 Sep

CRISIS CONTROL FOOD DAY AT THE FAIR – OCTOBER 3, 2018

This is the 15th annual food drive at the Dixie Classic Fair to benefit Crisis Control Ministry. On Wednesday, October 3, fair attendees can donate 5 non-perishable food items and receive one free ticket to the fair for that day only. Suggested items are canned fruit, rice, dried or canned beans, pasta – anything that Read More
27 Sep

Church Information

Six downtown Winston-Salem churches started Crisis Control Ministry in 1973 so that individuals could go to just one location to get the help they need. Today, we have nearly 200 faith communities which support Crisis Control with financial or in-kinds gifts. This does not count the communities represented by the volunteers who do the work Read More
16 Aug

Restaurants and Sponsor Honored with Hope du Jour Awards

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (August 16, 2018) – The 2018 Hope du Jour on May 2 was our most successful ever, with over 141 local restaurants participating. Three restaurants and one sponsor were honored today by CCM for their support of Hope du Jour: • Don Juan’s Mexican Restaurant, Kernersville, received the award for the Largest Donation. Read More
06 Aug

14th Annual “Shmedfest” Moves to Winston-Salem Fairgrounds

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (August 6, 2018) – Shmedfest, a family-friendly music event benefitting Crisis Control Ministry, will be held Saturday, August 25, from 4 to 10 p.m. at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds. Live music will be provided by five different local bands: Brother Brothers, The Winmars, The Junction Trio, Downtown Band, and Glass Anvil. Dinner and beverages Read More
11 Apr

Church Information

Six downtown Winston-Salem churches started Crisis Control Ministry in 1973 so that individuals could go to just one location to get the help they need. Today, we have nearly 200 faith communities which support Crisis Control with financial or in-kinds gifts. This does not count the communities represented by the volunteers who do the work Read More
04 Apr

Crisis Control Ministry Hosts Annual “Hope du Jour” Fundraiser on May 1

On Tuesday, May 1, Crisis Control Ministry will host its 28th annual “Hope du Jour” fundraiser, benefiting its programs and services provided to families throughout Forsyth County. Full-service restaurants, bakeries and coffee shops in Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Lewisville and Clemmons will come together to support Crisis Control by donating 10% of their proceeds from the entire Read More
08 Feb

Crisis Control to Hold Wee Care! Cereal Drive March 1-23

In recognition of National Nutrition Month, Crisis Control Ministry will hold its 18th annual “Wee Care! Cereal Drive” from March 1-23, 2018. Throughout Forsyth County, elementary schools, preschools and day care centers will collect cereal to be distributed through the Client Choice Food Pantries at Crisis Control Ministry offices in both Winston-Salem and Kernersville. Last Read More
07 Feb

Crisis Control Ministry Appoints Two New Members to its Board of Directors

Crisis Control Ministry announced that its Board of Directors has elected two new members: Mary Ann Davis and Katy O’Kennedy. Margaret Elliott, Crisis Control Ministry Executive Director, said, “We are so happy that Katy and Mary Ann have agreed to share their time and talents with CCM. They bring a wealth of talent and experience Read More