Items Most Needed
The Christian Help Center provides assistance to those in need through donations and partnerships.
9:00 a.m. - 11:55 a.m.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: Food Pantry, Table Items, Financial Assistance
Tuesday & Thursday: Clothes Closet, Toiletries, Table Items, Financial Assistance
12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Intake)
Lunch (served daily)
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Non-Food, Non-Clothes Assistance
Financial Assistance is capped once a year.
Become A Volunteer
There are always ways to help out!
Here are some ways in which you can volunteer:
Prepare a meal for the Soup Kitchen.
Organize and sort donated clothes.
Sort food donations.
Help unload the monthly Food Bank truck.
Make food bags for weekly distribution.
Arrange to pick up goods from local food donors.
Assist in the Annual Yard Sale.
Help at a Food Drive.
Hold food drives or toiletry drives at your church, school, or club.
Gather and cut wood with wood ministry team in the Fall.
Assist with filing from 1:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Be a guest speaker or mentor for the Circles Initiative.
Person County Success Initiative
Canned Meat or Fish Dry Beans
Canned Beans 1 lb. bags of Rice
Rice Cans of corn, green peas, mixed vegetables
Pasta Peanut Butter
Canned Fruit Soup
Canned or Dry Milk Crackers
Healthy Snacks fresh fruits and vegetables
Spaghetti Sauce Chicken or Tuna Helper
Shampoo Gallon plastic bags
Deoderant Quart plastic bags
Paper Towels Toilet Paper
Trash Bags Toothpaste
The Success Initiative is a collaborative community effort to help elevate people out of poverty and prevent homelessness. It is designed to build lasting relationships across socioeconomic and cultural lines, encouraging all Roxboro and Person County residents to realize their full potential without prejudice or class distinction.
The mission ofthis program is to help provide the short and long term supports that enable families to move themselves into financial sustainability and provide long-term solutions to the problem of poverty.
Individuals and families will participate in a ten week training program that cover budgets & finances, employment, barriers, ally partnerships, SMART goals, resources, and education. After graduating the training program, participants are matched with Mentors (community volunteers) for approximately 12 months. By bringing together resources and building social capital, families can transition out of poverty as they learn more about available community resources and meeting other community members.
Contact The CHC if you would like to participate in the program, be a volunteer, or donate to help cover childcare and meal costs!
Assistance with electric in winter and summer.
Assistance with fans in the summer.
Kerosene vouchers in winter.
Wood and small electric heaters in winter.
Coats during winter months.
Once Per Month
Once Per Week