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Posted on Jul 6, 2020

Marshall County Christian Services

On a single morning in June Marshall County Christian Services received 16 calls asking for financial assistance. We are seeing an increase in the need for financial assistance with utilities, rent, even gasoline.
Director Henry says that when quarantine measures began in March, the main focus of the organization was providing food assistance. Now, with food stamps helping out some residents, the demand has shifted to other areas. With new policies during the pandemic like Gov. Kay Ivey's moratorium on evictions, some residents have gotten months behind on making payments for rent and utilities. MCCS can provide financial assistance once every six months, food assistance every other week and vouchers at the change of season for clothes among other types of help.
Since March, Marshall County Christian Services has provided help with food, bills, rent and other pandemic-related support to almost 8,300 families and expects to help many more. MCCS is a small community-based nonprofit that is now struggling financially to assist with large payments on bills and is relying on individual and church donations.
“We’ll continue to provide as long as God continues to provide for us. We’ve been doing this for 20 years and He’s never failed us yet.”
Donations to MCCS can be mailed to P.O. Box 1463 Albertville, AL 35950 or dropped off at the Food Pantry at 217 South Cahill Road, Albertville, AL 35950
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