With your support, Cristo Rey Community Center is able to provide essential services to our community members in need. It is our responsibility to care for the whole person, including their mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. However, it is only through the help of generous community members like you that Cristo Rey is able to fulfill this mission.
The Cristo Rey Community Center continues to serve our community in need of essential services during this pandemic. Our center is currently serving breakfast (9am-11am) and lunch (11:30am-1pm) Monday – Friday, as a To-Go Meal. These meals will be provided at the entrance from the South Parking Lot of the building.
Our Food Pantry will also be offering pre-packaged boxes for clients. These boxes will be handed to our Pantry Patrons with appointments at the Front Door. We ask that all clients call ahead (517 372 4700) to make appointments as we will not be able to accommodate walk-in appointments at this time.
Stay safe and healthy! Together, we can take care of our community.
To find a food pantry near you, call 2-1-1 or visit www.centralmichigan211.org.
There are many locations serving meals for kids throughout the state. Click here for locations and times.
Please consider donating to our organization so we can continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Any amount is greatly appreciated!
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What We Do
Cristo Rey Community Center is a 501(C)(3) basic-needs provider serving the vulnerable populations within our community with an emphasis on access to medical care, mental health services, food, and financial counseling. CRCC was opened in 1968 to help meet the needs of the poor, the vulnerable, immigrants, migrants, and all people in need regardless of language or culture.
To care for the spiritual and social needs of individuals and families by offering services that encourage self-sufficiency and recognize the dignity of the human person.
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Closing the Gap on Need
Twenty percent of Greater Lansing area residents are living below the poverty line and are frequently faced with the difficult decision to choose between paying bills, feeding families or seeking medical attention. Join us in closing the gap by impacting those who are food insecure, in need of compassionate medical care, or seeking support on the path to self-sufficiency.
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