Give a Double Gift This Year!
Join us to launch the Honor Card Program with coffee and conversation on Tuesday, November 8th from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. here at ACAC (206 N. Fisher St.). This is the first time that cards will be available for check-out!
Beginning November 8th, 2016, Honor Cards are available for purchase at our facility from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. We ask for a minimum donation of $5 per card. Please come to the glass door entrance facing Trade St. (left end of building),...
An open letter to Alamance County neighbors:
For more than 30 years, Allied Churches of Alamance County has provided critical services to members of our community with dire needs. Our shelter for homeless citizens, the community kitchen, our food pantry, and our resource center remain essential community assets for supporting and protecting families and children facing crisis and assisting them onto the path of independence. We are the largest provider of these services in our community. Our mission is critical to the well-being of Alamance County: to...
Due to the extremely hot weather expected in the area over this coming weekend (July 23-24), and through the summer season, Allied Churches of Alamance County will provide temporary shelter for individuals and families that do not have adequate sources of cooling. The Allied Churches facility, located at 206 North Fisher Street in Burlington, NC will serve as an emergency cooling shelter for anyone in need. ACAC's Drop-In Center and cafeteria will remain open and have water available throughout the weekend for community members in need.
Per ACAC’s Inclement Weather Policy, when...
Allied Churches Wants You to be All-In
Allied Churches of Alamance County (ACAC) has kicked off a 30-day fundraising campaign to help support its emergency shelter and food assistance programs. The “All-In” campaign hopes to raise $100,000 in operational funding. As part of the campaign launch, an anonymous foundation has offered a match up to $20,000. “All-In” supporters are encouraged to make a monthly pledge of any dollar amount, although one-time gifts are welcome.
“What we need at ACAC the most is committed monthly support that we can count on,” says...
It was our honor to recognize two very valuable partnerships that have influenced ACAC for the better in the last year. The First Annual Foundation Builder Awards were presented on Thursday, April 28th to one set of individuals and one business.
Jason DeBoer and Jeff Gabriel of DeBoer & Gabriel Builders in Burlington have partnered with ACAC and United Way of Alamance County to provide affordable housing through ACAC's Rapid Rehousing program. Beginning in January of 2015, United Way of Alamance County, ACAC and DeBoer & Gabriel entered into a...
On the evening of April 21st, ACAC volunteers and staff joined together to celebrate the over 20,000 hours of service per year given in our kitchen, food pantry, shelter, and administrative offices. Guests were invited to enjoy coffee and desserts while staff and board members showed their appreciation with a "Thank You" video. BJ Bailey, a food pantry volunteer and board member, spoke about his experience serving here at ACAC. Volunteer Coordinator, Brittany Graybeal, gave reflections on the value of volunteers as advocates for the vulnerable neighbors that ACAC serves.
Please join ACAC for a Homeless Memorial
Thursday, February 4th
Allied Churches of Alamance County
206 N. Fisher St., Burlington, NC 27217
All are welcome to a ceremony to commemorate the lives of the homeless members of our community who died this past year.
A community dinner meal will be served immediately following.
We will be honoring:
All local landlords are encouraged to come and hear about ACAC’s Rapid Re-housing Program and learn how you can become a part of the solution to ending homelessness in Alamance County!
ACAC’s 2nd Annual Landlord Breakfast
Tuesday, January 19th
9:30am – 10:30am
Allied Churches of Alamance County – 206 N. Fisher St. Burlington, NC
For more information please contact ACAC Housing Specialist Monika Gauthier at (336)229.0881 x. 104 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Portraits of Hope” introduces neighbors to neighbors to help bring attention to issues of social, economic and educational inequalities in our community. The statistics are bleak: more than 1 in 4 children in Alamance County live in poverty. Almost 1 in 5 of all Alamance County residents live in poverty and almost half of all renters cannot afford fair market rent for a 2-bedroom apartment or house. But hearing the stories of real men and women in our community can remind us of the people behind the numbers. And seeing their faces can remind us that hope has not been lost.
Due to the extremely cold weather expected in the area in the coming days, and throughout the winter season, Allied Churches of Alamance County will provide temporary shelter for individuals and families that do not have adequate sources of heat. The Allied Churches facility, located at 206 North Fisher Street in Burlington, NC will serve as an emergency warming shelter for anyone in need.
Per ACAC’s Inclement Weather Policy, when temperatures drop below 35*, ACAC has beds available for those in need. Registration for inclement weather bed assignment...