Backpacks Program We are gathering backpacks and filling them with school supplies for the children in the 37115 zip code. These children are in need to our help. Some parents have recently lost their job or are working and not getting enough hours to purchase the needed supplies. Please help us help them. You can […]
In 2017 over 5,300 food boxes were distributed to 13,208 people at Christian Cooperative Ministry. We also provided 4,000+ sack lunches to the homeless community. Our ministry is supported by Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee, area churches and local businesses. In addition, individual donations of food, clothing and monetary gifts were received throughout the year.
Each year we have given away hundreds of boxes at Thanksgiving and through the Christmas holidays. This year we expect to hand out some 400 to 500 boxes just for the month of November. It will be a time of year when most need more help. Many of those we serve have jobs that are […]
We give out a lot of water during the summer. Well, this year it seems to have started early. We are asking to raise a much needed $1000 or 500 cases of water. This will be needed through the summer months. So stop by and drop off a couple of cases now and again.
The Sons of God will be hosting a cookout for the homeless in the community. They’ll be there around noon and fellowship, provide prayers and encouragement to those stop by.
From 10am till the last visitors leave. We have been able to do all this because of… GOD All of our partners … Our awesome volunteers … The love of our neighbors… And the generosity of many we will never know For that we praise GOD and thank you with much Gratitude
As you can see from the cover photo and other photos that CCM has shared the US Letter Carriers Association drive to STAMP OUT HUNGER was a huge success!!! And we have YOU, the Madison Community to thank for your food donations. We set a goal of 10,000 lbs. of food!!!! Well, drum roll, please: […]
I truly love a story with a happy ending. Today a customer that I had been thinking about came into CCM. The last time she was in we had what I call “a cry fest” in the office. She had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and had suffered an injury from a fall. Today she […]