A few weeks ago, I was invited to an Open House at the Harrelson Center. It is a non-profit organization that supports and partners with other non-profits in the Wilmington area. I was familiar with a few of the organizations
Since 2013, we have been fortunate to have Catholic Charities working with us on our site two days a month . The work began through a CCHD grant designated to provide extended family support services and case management services. Sister Isaac
Through our partnership with the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, we participate in their Retail Donation Program. We are assigned to the Food Lion at Masonboro Commons for food pickups each Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday morning. In
September has continued to be a really busy month. Our halls have filled with people in need; most days, I opened the doors to large crowds, surpassing our usual limit of 35 . But, as promised, we take in everyone
The Center has been a busy place since we opened on September 5. The Center looked great for opening day! It was fun to see the reactions of the volunteers as they returned to ‘work’. They were pleasantly surprised to
I was happy to see to everyone that stopped in at our Open House last weekend after the Sunday masses.
Although we were ‘closed’ in August, it was still quite a busy place – the Knights had a food drive to
Summer break is over and the Center is ready to open its doors. Although we’ve been ‘closed’, we’ve been busy!! We’ve been deep cleaning, painting, moving furniture, shampooing rugs, remodeling two bathrooms, installing new bathroom fixtures and a water heater,