Celebrating Love in February
Do you feel the tug of love? We all need to honor the love of those around us; and the love of those we depend on the most. Reverend Scott Rogers, ABCCM's executive director, shares images of love from around the ministry. Click here for more from Reverend Rogers.
ABCCM Servant Leadership Center
is now open
ABCCM's new administrative offices are now open to the public and will serve as a space for not only business, but a place to meet the needs of our neighbors. Read more about the new space.
Car donations transform lives!
A donation of funds for two vehicles have a huge impact of the lives of a Steadfast House resident and her child, and a U.S. Navy veteran living at the Veterans Restoration Quarters. How can you help transform a life?
Join us at Sunny Point to support ABCCM!
ABCCM is Sunny Point Cafe's Charity of the Month for March! For the month of March, the restaurant will leave envelopes on each table for cash or check donations. Sunny Point will match the final number up to $1,000! Sunny Point is open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week, and dinner Tuesday-Saturday.
Sunny Point is located at 626 Haywood Road in West Asheville.
Ranked No. 3 of 771 on TripAdvisor of places to eat in Asheville!
Tuesday, March 28
Bent Creek Baptist Church
1554 Brevard Road, Asheville
For more information or to RSVP:
Pancake Breakfast Benefit
Saturday, March 25
8 a.m.-10 a.m.
5 Spartan Avenue, Asheville
$7 per person, benefits ABCCM's Hominy Valley Crisis Ministry
3rd Mountain Classic Golf Benefit
Thursday, April 27
1 p.m. start
Etowah Valley Golf & Resort
470 Brickyard Road, Etowah
All proceeds benefit
Click here to register a team or sponsor the tournament
Operation InAsMuch United
Get involved! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Food - Help us fill the pantry shelves of our four Crisis Ministries – Steadfast House and Veterans' Restoration Quarters.
There is always a need for basic staples like flour, sugar, oils; peanut butter, but there is also need for solid protein with canned meats like chicken, ham, pork, tuna or fish.
Household Items We help people who have gotten on their feet with a good job and housing as they leave Steadfast House and the Veterans Restoration Quarters as they set up their new home. They always need household items like, dishes, pots and pans, flatware, linens. We need tables and chairs, chests of drawers, beds – so they have something to eat on, sleep on and sit on.
Please take smaller items to one of our four Crisis Ministries or the Veterans Restoration Quarters.
Call 828.259.5323 for more information.
Medical Ministry We need volunteers who can be organizers. We are so blessed that we receive so many left over medical supplies – from bandages to glucometers to blood pressure machines to hard equipment like shower chairs, walkers and wheelchairs.
We need organizers who would give some time, three hours once a week or three hours once a month to help organize and store these materials so they can be easily distributed to the hundreds we see each month.
Of course, there is always a space for physicians, nurses, dentists and assistants, pharmacists and techs
along with administrative volunteers
Call Maia at 828.259.5339.
We have many opportunities available and heartedly invite you come and work with us in serving our neighbors in need. Individuals, families, church groups, businesses, groups of friends .... all are welcome!
We need all talents and skills - especially those who would like to be on a planning committee for any upcoming events! Also, we are currently seeking volunteers who have experience in fundraising and marketing.
Please click here for more information on the volunteer opportunities available.
Make a Difference...
Make a Donation
If you would like to make a donation - whether it be $5 or $5,000 there are a few
Mail a check to:
20 Twentieth Street
Asheville, NC 28806
For more information about all of the work we are doing in Asheville, Buncombe County
and western North Carolina (SSVF)
please click the links below!
Our 'Shepherding Pastors' are always hard at work offering tours of ABCCM to the clergy and identifying church representatives for the General Assembly. Representatives serve our church membership through recruiting volunteers, supplying resources, and supporting our mission in caring for our neighbors in need.
If you are a newly appointed representative or need to reconnect, please plan to join us at the General Assembly meeting for a lovely meal and informative meeting on how we are providing outreach and vital services to our neighbors in need. See current information at the top of this blue bar.