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In late 2014,  the outpouring of support from the surrounding community made it apparent that a change was needed here. In order to better serve ACAC's generous donors and volunteers, a Volunteer/Donor Coordinator staff position was created. Luckily for us, the best candidate was already here! 

Brittany Graybeal came on as Food Services Advocate at ACAC in September of 2014. Her hard work in the Food Pantry and Food Collection Site stood out, and her friendly demeanor helped ACAC create lasting relationships in the community. 

When asked about her new role,...

Looking to fill the void, a new food pantry is set to open in Mebane. Starting Jan. 20, Manna Market will serve food to those in need from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month in the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church, 301 S. Third St. The food pantry ministry is opening in partnership with Allied Churches of Alamance County, Manna Market Coordinator Ken Hunt said.

“When Loaves and Fishes closed, there was no place in Mebane for the needy people to get food,” Hunt said. “People were having to go to the Allied (Churches) food bank in Burlington, and one did open...

Allied Churches is hiring!  We have openings for Food Services Advocate and Shelter Advocate. If you are interested in learning more about these positions - click on: What YOU can do / Work for us.

To apply for either of these positions - please send a cover letter and resume to info@alliedchurches.org. 

Sara Beth Puckett was recently named as Allied Churches of Alamance County’s new development associate who will direct fundraising and marketing efforts for the nonprofit organization.  “We are delighted to have Sara Beth on board to help continue a hugely successful year at Allied Churches of Alamance County,” Executive Director Kim Crawford said. “Her past experience gives us a fresh new perspective for continuing the work of housing the homeless and feeding the hungry here in Alamance County.”  see more........

WBAG to broadcast live from Holly Hill Mall TODAY 9am - 2pm.   Bring your canned goods, and cash over to the mall today (Monday June 30) - meet WBAG staff, members of the Elon Football team, and of course ACAC staff as they help us raise much needed cash and food!!  We'll be in the back entrance near Dave's Furniture Decorator Warehouse mall entrance.

ACAC has exciting employment opportunities!  We are currently looking for passionate people to fill openings in our Shelter ....go to http://www.alliedchurches.org/work-us for more information!

Great story about community giving. Alamance Barber Institute comes every week to give haircuts to residents and visitors of ACAC. Sometimes all it takes a is good haircut, a little change, to lift your confidence...priceless!!!  For more: http://myfox8.com/2014/04/09/alamance-barber-institute-gives-free-weekly-haircuts/

Come out and visit your favorite vendors, meet the local farmers, AND visit staff of Allied Churches Saturday April 5th, 8am - 12 noon, downtown Burlington (corner of Front Street and Spring St).

After a long weekend, ACAC is fully functioning - lights, internet, and phones are up and running.  ACAC is grateful no one was hurt and all our residents and neighbors are safe.  Thanks to all who assisted during this time!!

Please note:  We are NOT accepting perishable food donations as this time.  Check back regularly to see when we will be receiving perishable food donations again.

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