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So proud to work with John Robinson!  John is the Times-News, "Cook of the Month."  Congratulations John.

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Great story about community giving. Alamance Barber Institute comes every week to give haircuts to residents and visitors of ACAC. Sometimes all it takes a is good haircut, a little change, to...

Come out and visit your favorite vendors, meet the local farmers, AND visit staff of Allied Churches Saturday April 5th, 8am - 12 noon, downtown Burlington (corner of Front Street and Spring St...

Current Needs

  • Oral health is important for our guests - donations of new, unopened tubes of toothpaste are appreciated!

  • Gifts Cards for our residents to make their own personal purchases - whether for themselves or their children.  Gift Cards from Target,Walmart, Walgreens, CVS and Gasoline Cards from Sheetz, Shell or Exxon Mobile.  Denominations of $10-$50 are ideal!

  • Everyday our shelter guests depend on donations of 2% milk for breakfast. Milk is usually overlooked on the list of critical needs, but it is important. The next time you go to the store, pick up an extra gallon or two of milk and drop them off at the emergency shelter on 206 North Fisher Street. Your generosity will make a difference.

Hours

Shelter

  • New intakes: 3pm-6pm
  • Curfew: 8pm

Pantry

  • Food Distribution: M-F / 3:30pm-6pm
  • Fisher Street Pantry Food Collection: M,W,F / Noon-3pm
  • Holly Hill Mall Food Collection: M-F / 10am-Noon, 3pm-6pm and Sat Noon-4pm

Kitchen

  • Perishable Food Collection: M-F / 8am-11am

Meal Service (M-F)

  • Lunch: 11:30am - 1pm
  • Dinner: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Allied Resource Day Center (ARDC)

  • M-F - Opens at 8:30 am
  • W - Closes at 3:00 pm
  • M, T, Th, F - Closes at 4:30 pm

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“When I am associated with Allied Churches, I feel whole.”

Keshia Barrett found more than hot meals and warm shelter at Allied Churches of Alamance County. She found personal and spiritual renewal.

“They blessed me with food, they blessed me with the appropriate time to get my things together, they blessed me with cooperation and patience,” she says. “They’re always my right...

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Mr. Chavis has been driving taxi cabs for over 40 years.  He has seen many things change in those years.  And there were good things that kept him in Burlington, North Carolina all this time.  Mr. Chavis does not have a family so driving taxis used to give him enough income to provide for his needs and a little more. 

Burlington has always been a small community,...

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Cynthia Parker and her two children share a 3-bedroom house in Burlington. It isn’t fancy, but it’s clean and safe. It’s a place they can call home.

It’s been a long time since the Parkers felt the comfort and relief that this permanent roof over their heads now provides. Gone are the helpless and hopeless feelings that go along with being homeless. They no longer lie awake at night...

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  • Keshia Barrett found more than hot meals and warm shelter at Allied Churches of Alamance County. She found personal and spiritual renewal.

  • Mr. Chavis has been driving taxi cabs for over 40 years.  He has seen many things change in those years.

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  • “Allied Churches of Alamance County builds the road map,” Cynthia says. “All you have to do is connect the dots. When you connect the dots, you get a picture -- a picture of a home.”