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Allied Churches has launched a new campaign to raise funds and awareness about homelessness in Alamance County. The new campaign addresses how homelessness affects people from all walks of life and all ages - including children.
Every day, numerous children take the bus to school from their “home” at the shelter of Allied Churches. After school they return. They have no other “home” to go to - no back yard to play in, no “after school” snack in a warm kitchen, no quiet bedroom to do their homework. That is the reality for homeless children in Alamance County.
Until we break the cycle of poverty and homelessness, we need to rely on you, our neighbors and friends, for financial support. Today, Allied Churches provides food, shelter and resources for the needy and homeless in our community.
With your tax deductible gift we can continue to provide the services that are so desperately needed:
• $25/month provides 1 person with 3 free, hot meals a day for a month.
• $50/month means a safe place to stay with the basic necessities of life.
• $100/month gives the caring and support our residents need to exit the street for 3 months.
Will you help? Please give as generously as you are able.
Click on the button below to donate securely online. Thank you for your support!
Welcome Home to Allied Churches of Alamance County, Inc.
Plan now to join us for the 6th Annual Elon MBA Golf Tournament to benefit Allied Churches.
The tournament will be held on April 12, 2013 at the Mill Creek Golf Club located at 1700 St. Andrews Drive in Mebane, NC. The tournament will feature a four person team - captain's choice format.
• 12:00 Lunch
• 1:00 PM Shotgun Start
• Long Drive Contest
• Closest to the Pin Contest
Four Person Team: $300
To register or for more information please visit www.elonmbagolftournament.com
Who is Allied Churches? What does homelessness look like? Meet Annie, listen to her story. Tragic, overwhelming, courageous, and triumphant.