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Crisis Assistance Ministry gets help from 20 Days of Servicevolunteer program

Victoria Namishia and Lakeisha Haney from Carlisle & Gallagher arrange clothes at Crisis Assistance Ministry store. Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group began volunteering for 20 Days of Community Service last week.
Victoria Namishia and Lakeisha Haney from Carlisle & Gallagher arrange clothes at Crisis Assistance Ministry store. Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group began volunteering for 20 Days of Community Service last week. ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

Crisis Assistance Ministry got free help sorting and inspecting donations at its Free Store on Tuesday from the “20 Days of Service volunteer program launched by Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group. The firm is partnering with Crisis Assistance Ministry and the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte to provide 500 hours of volunteer service during a four-week period. The volunteers are preparing and serving meals as part of their service at the Men’s Shelter. Mark Price

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