“Times were tough and I thought I was going to be evicted. WWCM helped me stay in my apartment. Everyone was very compassionate about my circumstance.”
“If it wasn’t for WWCM I don’t know how we would make it. We use the food pantry every month.”
"We are so grateful for WWCM for helping pay our rent. We were treated with kindness, and everyone made us feel so comfortable and hopeful. Thank you so much.”
"Every time I came for food you treated me very respectfully, like I was important. That felt very good. Thank you.”
Building Bridges, Inspiring Hope
Dear Supporters, Partners, and Neighbors,
As we reflect on the past year, Western Wake Crisis Ministry is grateful for the continued support that has enabled us to make a positive impact on the lives of those facing crisis in our community. The challenges of 2023 were met with resilience, compassion, and a commitment to our mission to provide assistance, support, and hope to neighbors in need.
Impact and Reach
In 2023, Western Wake Crisis Ministry served over 500 families through our various programs, including emergency food assistance, financial aid, and case management services. Our team of dedicated volunteers and staff worked tirelessly to address the unique needs of each client, providing a lifeline during times of crisis.
We expanded our collaborations with local businesses, faith-based organizations, and schools to strengthen our ability to respond to the diverse needs of our community. These partnerships allowed us to extend our reach and offer comprehensive support to those facing financial hardships.
Through the generosity of our donors like you and the efficient management of resources, WWCM maintained a strong financial position throughout the year. This fiscal responsibility allowed us to allocate funds where they were needed most, ensuring the sustainability of our programs.
As we embark on the coming year, Western Wake Crisis Ministry remains committed to our mission of providing compassionate assistance to those facing crisis. We express our heartfelt gratitude to our supporters, volunteers, and partners for making our work possible.
Together, we will continue to build bridges and inspire hope in the Western Wake community.
Western Wake Crisis Ministry
A Gift Of:
Provides a gas voucher for a parent to get to and from a new job
Provides grocery delivery to a senior neighbor
Helps a disabled neighbor catch up on overdue utility bills
Provides a month of groceries for a local family
Helps prevent a family from eviction
Provides intensive case management for one family to move from homelessness to stability
(Jul 22 - Jun 23)
Pounds of Food
Direct Client Assistance for Food, Rent & Utilities
Visits to WWCM for any service
Mr. Johnson's Story
The Johnson family, a family of five residing in
our community, faced a challenging situation
in early 2023 when Mr. Johnson, the family's
sole breadwinner, lost his job unexpectedly.
The loss of income left the family in a
precarious position, with three young children,
one of whom had a medical disability, to
In response, the Johnsons reached out to
Western Wake Crisis Ministry for assistance.
Our team immediately provided food
assistance, recognizing the urgency of their
situation. We also worked closely with Mr.
Johnson through our case management
program, offering guidance on job search
strategies and connecting him to employment
resources in the community.
Over the next three months, the Johnsons'
circumstances improved significantly. Mr.
Johnson secured a new job.
The Johnsons' story demonstrates the impact
of Western Wake Crisis Ministry's holistic
support. By addressing both immediate needs
and fostering long-term stability, we empower
families like the Johnsons to overcome crises
and build brighter futures.
As we enter 2024, Western Wake Crisis
Ministry remains dedicated to our mission of
providing compassionate assistance to those
facing crises. We express our heartfelt
gratitude to our supporters, volunteers, and
partners for their contributions to our work.
Together, we will continue to build bridges
and inspire hope in the Western Wake