Christian Cooperative Ministry
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P.O. Box 462
Madison, TN 37116
Organization Details

Programs

Description
Socks are he number one item requested in shelters but are seldom donated. Dry warm socks are essential for this population in th winter months.
Beneficiaries
Adults
Females
Males
Program Areas Served
Davidson
Description
Provides toys for low income families - children 12 years and younger for Christmas
Beneficiaries
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Children Only (5 - 14 years)
Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Program Areas Served
Davidson county
Budget
$2,172.00
Description
As available we give out donated or purchased backpacks, and school supplies, school uniforms to clients with school age children.
Program Areas Served
None
Budget
$42,235.00
Description
Christian Cooperative Ministry is an emergency food box site for Second Harvest of Middle TN. We abide by the USDA guidelines supplying proteins, vegetables, fruits and all items per their distribution guidelines. In addition we supplement food boxes with items such as fresh vegetables, canned meats, desserts, spices, coffee, sugar, flour and more.
Program Areas Served
None
Budget
$9,050.00
Description
We provide non perishable food for daily lunch bags. These are not just a lunch bag but is a full day's food. We include several drinks (water/juice/sport drinks), canned fruits and vegetables, canned protein products (chicken, tuna, beans) snacks, breakfast bars and more. We offer each person hygiene products such as combs, razors, soap and deodorant. In addition we offer free clothing for men, women and children.
Program Areas Served
None
Budget
$4,500.00
Description
Holiday food boxes. These baskets are not counted as part of the client's regular allotment. They are designed so families may enjoy a holiday dinner, including such items as turkey or hams, eggs, brown sugar and many other items not in typical food boxes.
Program Areas Served
None

CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

Hunger has no boundaries. Hunger impacts the lives of 1 in 7 Americans. Real people of all walks of life struggle with hunger. It does not matter if you live in a suburban, rural or urban setting - hunger lives in our community. In 1983 16 area churches saw the need to consolidate human service activities for the Madison area. They established Christian Cooperative Ministry, a non-denominational organization to help families in need. For over 35 years CCM has stayed true to the mission and continues today to feed the hungry.