Dear CCCJ members and friends,
Join together on Wednesday, May 15 from 6:30-8:30pm at Union Presbyterian Seminary for an interactive town hall meeting and symposium to discuss climate change and the future of energy policy in North Carolina.
Below is the announcement, share it with your worshipping community, colleagues and friends. May we unite together for our common future.
Charlotte and friends, your generosity shown towards the fire victims has been amazing! Central UMC and New Hope Baptist are at capacity. Any additional goods, durable food goods, water, baby supplies, clothes, shoes, etc. (not toys and electronics) for the victims of Monday's fire to Crisis Assistance at 500A Spratt St, Charlotte 28206.
The real need is finances! These families were not prepared to pay rental deposits or utility deposits. This is how your monetary contributions will be used. These are loving, hard working-class people who were made homeless by someone with no heart. Donate today. Charlotte Clergy Coalition for Justice will keep nothing. All funds donated will go directly to the families!!!
You may mail a check to Charlotte Clergy Coalition for Justice, 3435 Nevin Rd., Charlotte, NC 28269 or you may donate via credit card at the link in this note. http://conta.cc/2vvFNq9
We are our sibling's keeper!
Rev. Amantha Barbee, Chair
Charlotte Clergy Coalition for Justice.