Increase our capacity
to provide housing
Strengthens the network
and provides access to services for household stability
Improve the overall development of young children in vulnerable households
Provide resources to successfully transition into careers that support financial stability
Empower senior adults
to lead physically and emotionally healthy lives
Smart Choice is an online ordering system for non-perishable groceries at the CCM Food Pantry. You may use it to preorder from home, on your phone/tablet, or immediately when you arrive at the pantry for pick-up. Use the link below and login to Smart Choice using your personal Shopper ID and PIN. If you do not have a Shopper ID and PIN, or have forgotten it, you will need to place your order in-person at the pantry. We will provide you with a new Shopper ID card and PIN on your visit.
PLEASE NOTE: You still are welcome to come to the Crisis Center Food Pantry once a month, and a volunteer will be glad to assist you in ordering your food. No appointment is necessary and Pre-Ordering is not required to receive food assistance.
CCM’s Food Pantry and Financial Assistance Hours of Operation
CCM’s Drive Thru Food Pantry is open Monday through Friday from 10am-1pm. We are also open on Thursday afternoons from 3:30pm-6pm for our working clients.
Please click on the button below to apply for Financial Assistance. If you do not have internet access, you can receive information about financial assistance at our drive thru food pantry located at 246 Country Club Dr in Concord.
CCM’s Food Pantry has several immediate volunteer needs. Commitments are 1 day a week, same day each week, from 9am-1pm. Contact Lorie Williams, CCM’s volunteer coordinator, at 704-490-4245 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
BOLD INITIATIVES FOR 2022-2024
The Homeless to Housing (H2H) project is a partnership between our community and Cooperative Christian Ministry (CCM) to establish new transitional housing capacity that will help individuals and families experiencing homelessness and housing crisis, to achieve stable housing.
The Huddle Housing concept is designed to provide the basic needs of food, housing and community in an environment that allows an individual to establish stability and connect with vital resources while promoting personal responsibility and community engagement.
The C.H.O.O.S.E. Cabarrus Fund (CCF) directs attention to our need to CREATE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES that produce positive OUTCOMES, establish SUSTAINABILITY among those households and results in positive ENGAGEMENT with the community.