ABCCM braces for 32nd Code Purple night of 2021

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — Saturday is yet another Code Purple night in the mountains.

More than half of the nights so far in 2021 have been Code Purple nights in the Asheville area — 32 to be exact.

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ABCCM Transformation Village Dedication

Pictured from left to right. Carolyn Cronin (Director of Transformation Village), Julie SIngleton (Chairwoman of the ABCCM Board of Directors), Reverend Jason Garris (Incoming Chairman of the ABCCM Board of Directors), and Reverend Scott Rogers (Executive Director of ABCCM)

November 22, 2020


ABCCM Family and friends joined together take part in the dedication ceremony of Transformation Village, 30 Olin Haven Way, Sunday, November 22. The VIP reception celebrated the realization of a long-held and long-time coming dream. Transformation Village will provide a solution for homeless Veteran women, women and children by offering a safe and stable environment where their lives can be transformed.  ABCCM will work with the most vulnerable women and children to give them the education and skills to take giant steps out of poverty into productive living wage jobs and permanent homes.


ABCCM receives ceremonial key to open up 2020 Christmas Angel Shop


Tuesday, November 24th 2020



Morehead City-based center offers services to area veterans

ABCCM was highlighted this past weekend in a local newspaper in Carteret County.  See below link.



ABCCM to host virtual Honor a Veteran event


Posted on November 2, 2020Community Bulletin

Press release from Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry:

ABCCM is pleased to announce our new Honor A Veteran™ virtual event for Veteran’s Day 2020. While families are remembering the important Veterans in their own lives, needed funds will be raised to help restore the lives of many Veterans with training, a job with a living wage – a new direction in life.

By selecting a donation amount, or care package from $20 to $500, families and friends of Veterans across our nation and history will have the opportunity to place the name, rank, branch of service, photo and short biography of their Veterans on the ABCCM virtual Veteran Honor Wall™.

Veterans placed on the ABCCM virtual Veteran Honor Wall™ will be permanently displayed online, searchable by name, to be presented at events and locations across North Carolina. The Honorary Dollars™ will support the many Veteran Services provided through our VSC  https://www.abccm-vsc.org and VRQ https://www.abccm.org/veterans-restoration-quarters  Ministries.

Between now and Veteran’s Day November 11, ABCCM will be reaching out to families and friends of Veterans across Western North Carolina and the nation to go to ABCCM.org/honorveterans and Honor A Veteran™ in their life with a donation to help Veterans in need today.

The virtual Veteran Honor Wall™ will be unveiled live and livestream at the ABCCM VRQ (Veterans Restoration Quarters) among Veterans from all branches of service on Veteran’s Day at 11a.m. (the 102th anniversary of the end of WWI).


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