Dear Friends and Partners of CRC:
To write that our community has seldom seen days like this is an understatement. But here we are!
CRC was started by our community for such a time as this. The coronavirus is already hurting families and seniors who are vulnerable. People are facing the reality of hunger and homelessness because their income is being devastated, because their access to healthy food is limited – both of which are compounded by social isolation.
I just spoke with Ken, a disabled adult who relies on CRC’s food pantry for his weekly groceries. When I told him we were open, he sighed relief while he said, “Thank God. You have no idea what this means to me.”
In addition to Ken, CRC is the grocery store for more than 500 households every week. CRC is home to our community’s most vulnerable people.
The need is
urgent, the time to act is