When people interact with each other, EVERYONE is changed. At CrossRoads, we foster the growth and development of HOPE…
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Featuring Randy Lanham & Friends, A Fiddler’s Prayer is a collection of Hymn’s done in a acoustic/bluegrass style. Jenny Beth Willis recorded her CD in Nashville and it was produced by country star Wade Hayes and co-produced by Dave McAfee, band leader for Toby Keith.
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO CROSSROADS AND WILL BE USED TO FINISH OUR WOMEN’S EMERGENCY SHELTER.
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1631 Breckenridge Street
Owensboro, KY 42303
The food pantry is open
Tues 10:00am – 4:00pm
CrossRoads believes in the empowering of people through community service and relationship. When we serve side-by-side, the barriers associated with socioeconomic, theological, or cultural difference fade away.
CrossRoads exists to combat the three faces of poverty: physical, spiritual, and civic through a relational environment where cultures collide and lives intersect.
Located in Owensboro, Kentucky, CrossRoads provides relief from the symptoms of poverty through:
- Community meals
- Emergency food assistance
- Commodities food distribution
- Week-end food for school children
- Free clothing
- Practical neighbor to neighbor assistance
All activities and programs are funded through individual donations, church donations, corporate donations, foundation and corporate grants, and “in-kind” donations.
CrossRoads is a nonprofit, 501c(3) corporation created to establish an interdependent network of individuals and organizations working together to combat poverty and homelessness in Daviess County, Kentucky.
NEW! Did you know that if you are age 55 or over and volunteer at CrossRoads, you are eligible to participate in the RSVP program. Benefits include transportation or reimbursement and supplement accident and liability insurance coverage. Learn more »
N2N (Neighbor2Neighbor) makes it easy to request help for someone in need, and also to help someone in a practical way. From running errands, to lawn care, to home improvement, there are many ways you can help a disadvantaged neighbor.
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