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Helping Homeless in Charlotte | Volunteer | Donate | Urban Ministry Center - The Urban Ministry Center is an organization whose mission to help our homeless neighbors of Charlotte, NC depends on your donations and volunteers.

  • http://www.urbanministrycenter.org/helping-homeless/our-wishlist/ Donate Items to Charity | Charlotte, NC | Urban Ministry Center - From our greatest needs to the details of each program, discover what you can provide for our homeless neighbors.
  • http://www.urbanministrycenter.org/helping-homeless/basic-services-soup-kitchen/ Soup Kitchen in Charlotte, NC | Volunteer Opportunities - The Soup Kitchen first opened in 1979 at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church and moved in 1994 to the Urban Ministry Center, where it has been in continuous operation ever since. Today, it remains the largest, oldest Charlotte soup kitchen and the only one that serves a hot, nutritious lunch 365 days a year, with no questions asked.
  • http://www.urbanministrycenter.org/helping-homeless/community-education/ Homeless Community Education | Ending Homelessness | Urban Ministry Center - Our mission includes community education on homelessness in Charlotte, NC, both onsite and out in the community – it’s an important part of what we do. We’ve learned a lot about poverty and homelessness in our 20 years, and we’d like to share it with you and your friends, your place of worship, your business and with others in the human service field in Charlotte.

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  • AAHJEZ539 - Putting this together felt like rocket science but LOVE the seat itself.

    It took me AND my husband about an hour and a half to put it together, which would bring my rating down EXCEPT once we got it together and to the car, installing it was so easy it made up for it.

  • Gr8tfuldude - Great product, one of my favorites

    I rarely, if ever, write product reviews. However, in this case I feel the need to share my experience with the Mr. beer home brew kit. Let me start by saying that I am not exactly new to home brewing and have made beer for years with other, more complex kits. With kids and commitments I found myself making less and less beer over time.

  • Goo Goo - Works like magic...seriously.

    My feet have a tendency to get calloused, and it's pretty difficult to get rid of the dead skin that develops on the heels. Scrubs are great for light exfoliation, but anyone with dry, cracked heels will tell you that even the most luxurious scrubs do nothing in that department. I was skeptical when I ordered Baby Foot, but the slew of good reviews on Amazon - as well as a few on Buzzfeed - prompted me to give it a whirl. At only $20 bucks, I figured it wasn't that much of a risk. Boy am I glad I tried it! Read on...

  • mmphenry - Great alarm for helping kids stay in bed till the morning...

    Works great! At night, push a button to turn the red light on. You can also have the yellow light on as a nightlight. When the time comes that you have previously set as a wake up time, the red light goes off and the green light comes on. Very cute looking. My 6 year old son likes it alot. He likes "setting" his alarm. And I like it because it keeps him in bed in the morning till a decent time!

  • George Pearson - Unbelievable. Amazon should not be selling this junk

    Where to start...... This product is a monumental waste of money at any price. This might be priced right if it was dispensed out of a gum ball machine priced at a quarter; because then you do not expect it to work.

  • I Love Dogs - If you loved watching as a kid

    If you loved watching as a kid...and still watch reruns you will love this. You will learn haw they both started and I never knew about Desi's life in Cuba. Very good read. Could not put it down