CCFCA (Concerned Citizens for Community Action) Breaking the Chain Against Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking Outreach Ministry plans to host their 3rd Annual Awards Presentation and Fundraiser Honoring Moore County Deputy Deputy Clerk Ms. Marie K. Baker who’s need a Kidney Transplant. 30% of profit will go directly to Deputy Clerk Baker.
Nominees for this year’s awards is: Laurel Douglas, Reporter for Pilot News, NC Senator Thom McInnis, Lt. Governor Dan Forest, Dr. Kathy Cummings, Southern Pines Police Chief Bob Temme and Captain Richard Campbell, Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields, Former Judge Steve Bibey, Maria Campbell, Educational Navigator for SCC, Kimberly Nixon, Founder of Changing Destiny’s Ministry, Milton Ellerbe and Melanie Green Owner/Director of M.E. Greenhouse LLC, Minister Angela McNally, Pennsylvania, Tim Brooks, CEO of Healthkeeperzs, NC Senator Erica Smith, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis, Professional Boxers Mike Williams Jr and Shakur Moses, Pator Patricia McMillian, Overseer E.J Riddick, Raleigh NC, Sharon Armstrong, Director of Scotland County Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center, Evangelist Tawanda Bennett , Community Activist in Montgomery County, Moore County Social Service Director Tammy Schrenker, and Alex McAllister, Auto Business Owner.This year’s Fundraiser is part Donated to MC Deputy Marie K. Baker for a Kidney Transplant. CCFCA Breaking the Chain Outreach Ministry mission is to build safehouses to help victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking to become independent through a 24 months life skill development process.We expect Rev. Dr. Benice King, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. MLK Jr to Keynote Speak and Gospel Recording Artist Romona Moore to perform. Providing that the COVID-19 events opening will occur, tickets will go on sale September 1, 2020. Theme for this event is: One Is Too Many, MC is April Raine, Director of CCFCA-BTC Programs.
For information call Isaac Jenkins, CEO/Founder of CCFCA Breaking the Chains Ministry.