News and Events

We were thrilled to have our own Kim Crawford, ACAC Executive Director give her input this week at the Community Connections Forum sponsored by Elon University and The Times-News. She offered...

We are thrilled to announce the hiring of a new Program Director! This newly created staff position will oversee shelter, food pantry, and kitchen operations. ACAC has recently taken a leading...

An unexpected surprise arrived at the ACAC Shelter on the Friday before Valentine's Day. Several women from Elon University arrived with personalized cards and flower bouquets for each woman and...

Current Needs

  • Every day hundreds of Men, Women, and Children come to us hungry.  You can help us "feed the hungry" by donating much needed food items!  These include:

    PANTRY:

    • Canned Fruits
    • Cereal, Oatmeal, Grits, Granola bars
    • Boxed rice and pasta dishes
    • Pasta, pasta sauce, macaroni n cheese, rice, stuffing
    • Canned tuna, chicken, beef stew, canned potatoes, peanut butter

    KITCHEN:

    • Sugar
    • Flour
    • Butter
    • Mayo
    • Salt and pepper, seasonings
    • "Heavy duty" aluminum foil, and plastic wrap
  • Gift cards for our residents to make their own personal purchases - whether for themselves or their children.  Gift cards from Target,Walmart, Walgreens, CVS and gasoline cards from Sheetz, Shell or Exxon Mobil.  Denominations of $10-$50 are ideal!

Hours

Shelter

  • New intakes: 3pm-6pm
  • Curfew: 8pm

Pantry

  • Food Distribution: M-F / 3:30pm-6pm
  • Fisher Street Pantry Food Collection: M,W,F / 12 Noon-3pm
  • Holly Hill Mall Food Collection: M-F / 12 Noon - 4pm

Kitchen

  • Perishable Food Collection: M-F / 8am-11am

Meal Service (M-F)

  • Lunch: 11:30am - 1pm
  • Dinner: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Allied Resource Day Center (ARDC)

  • M-F - Opens at 8:30 am
  • W - Closes at 3:00 pm
  • M, T, Th, F - Closes at 4:30 pm

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Brandon and Trista were living and working in Columbus, Ohio when they found out that they were expecting a child. In order to get insurance coverage for their growing family, they moved to Tennessee, and finally North Carolina in search of employment that offered health insurance coverage.

Allied Churches helped connect Brandon with Volunteers of America, an organization that supports...

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Mr. Chavis has been driving taxi cabs for over 40 years.  He has seen many things change in those years.  And there were good things that kept him in Burlington, North Carolina all this time.  Mr. Chavis does not have a family so driving taxis used to give him enough income to provide for his needs and a little more. 

Burlington has always been a small community,...

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Cynthia Parker and her two children share a 3-bedroom house in Burlington. It isn’t fancy, but it’s clean and safe. It’s a place they can call home.

It’s been a long time since the Parkers felt the comfort and relief that this permanent roof over their heads now provides. Gone are the helpless and hopeless feelings that go along with being homeless. They no longer lie awake at night...

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  • Brandon and Trista were living and working in Columbus, Ohio when they found out that they were expecting a child. In order to get insurance coverage for their growing family, they moved to Tennessee, and finally North Carolina in search of employment that offered health insurance coverage.

    Allied Churches helped connect Brandon with Volunteers of America, an organization that supports...

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  • Mr. Chavis has been driving taxi cabs for over 40 years.  He has seen many things change in those years.

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  • “Allied Churches of Alamance County builds the road map,” Cynthia says. “All you have to do is connect the dots. When you connect the dots, you get a picture -- a picture of a home.”