Become an Advocate


You can:

  • Help plan events and fundraisers 

  • Encourage your Sunday school class or church to financially support UCCAM monthly. 

  • Conduct a food drive with your church, school, business or family to stock our Emergency Food Pantry to help local families struggling to survive. 

    To find out more information about these service opportunities call our office at: 

Tangible Donation 



  • Monetary funds

  • A  gift of stocks or securities 

  • Food donations for the Emergency Food Pantry

  • Gas gift cards- allow our clients to seek or maintain employment, allowing them to become self-sufficient once again. 

Checks and gas cards can be mailed to our office at:

1335 W Roosevelt Blvd, Monroe, NC 28110



Special Projects 


Donate funds & goods for special projects:

  • Fans

  • Heaters

  • Holiday food baskets

  • School Supplies 

  • For more information about special projects please contact our office at:  704-238-0155

Bequest Giving 


Through bequest giving include UCCAM in your estate and tax planning.

Contact us to learn more about the UCCAM  Endowment Fund.

Including UCCAM in your will, trust or life insurance policy can make a powerful impact for years into the future. 

There are many ways to donate through your estate plans, including:

  • a specific sum
  • a percentage of your estate
  • the remainder fo your estate after expenses and gifts to loved ones.

    For more information please contact our office at:  


Volunteer Opportunities 

Volunteers are the heartbeat of UCCAM

 We have a variety of volunteer opportunities at our agency.

  • Food Security Volunteer- help organize and pack food in our Emergency Food Pantry

  • Special Events Volunteer- volunteer to help with fundraisers such as our annual CrisisRun

  • Impact Support Volunteer 

To learn more contact us below! 


Bridging the Gap Between Crisis and Hope since 1985

The mission of Union County Crisis Assistance Ministry’s Crisis Intervention Program is to provide a bridge from crisis to stability for individuals in our community who are at risk of losing their most basic needs of shelter and food during personal or family crisis.