Giving Tree Project 2022
This year we are excited to continue our annual Giving Tree Project supporting Step Up Ministry, Growing Together Preschool (GTP) and Episcopal Housing Ministry. GTP is a preschool program housed here at Christ Church that serves three and four-year-old’s living in public housing. Step Up Ministry is a life skills resource in Wake County for people seeking to improve their lives and develop stable careers.We have a few different ways you can support our neighbors this holiday season. Click the link beside each item to sign up:
Seeking Help for Refugee Family
We are excited to announce that Christ Church, in partnership with Lutheran Services Carolinas, has been working to help resettle and mentor an Afghan refugee family. The family arrived in Raleigh late this summer through the U.S. Special Immigrant Visa program for Afghans who worked with the U.S. Armed Forces. They are a loving and delightful family of seven, with five children ranging from 9 years old to 9 months old. Christ Church was able to secure housing for the family and is assisting with getting the family settled in their new home, transportation to medical appointments, recreational and cultural outings, school help and general integration into the Raleigh community. The father (who currently speaks very little English) is looking for employment and all members of the family need ESL tutoring/help. If you would like to help in these specific areas, please contact Kacey Ragsdale (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Katie McKenzie (email@example.com).
Meals on Wheels – Volunteers Needed!
Meals on Wheels of Wake County has kept seniors nourished, less isolated and safer in their homes since 1974. They have numerous pick-up sites located throughout the county for volunteers to pick up the meals to deliver. Each route is typically 8-12 homes and usually take about 60 minutes to complete. Deliveries are made between 10:30 a.m. and noon. Potential volunteers need to complete a volunteer application via this link. Thank you for your help!