Mayfield Memorial Community Development
Mission: The Mayfield Memorial Community Development Corporation is a nonprofit organization, chartered in 2016, that uses mixed-income housing as a foundation for equity and healing in the Hidden Valley Community.
Our Commitment: Mayfield Memorial Community Development Corporation held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new affordable housing units in Hidden Valley on Saturday, April 23, 2022. Learn more about the Groundbreaking ceremony.
To learn more about the Mayfield Memorial Community Development Corporation, click here.
Charlotte Family Housing
Mission: The Charlotte Family Housing organization seeks to empower working families experiencing homelessness to achieve life-long self-sufficiency through shelter, housing, supportive services, and advocacy.
Our Commitment:Through our financial contribution, we will help provide wrap around supportive services for each family, addressing barriers to family stability and facilitating pathways to financial literacy, education, health and wellness, and job readiness.
To learn more about Charlotte Family Housing, click here.
Charlotte Samaritan House
Mission: To provide a place of recuperative care for people who are homeless and in need of short-term care following a hospital or emergency room stay. Although established with a Christian worldview, Samaritan House is operated as an inclusive place of healing and hospitality for all persons.
Our Commitment: Through our financial contribution, we will help provide nutritious food, a quiet atmosphere, assistance obtaining medications, and transportation to and from doctor's appointments and other homeless services in Mecklenburg County.
To learn more about Charlotte Samaritan House, click here.
Habitat for humanity
Mission: To put God's love into action, bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
Our Commitment: 1983, Myers Park Baptist Church was one of seven Charlotte churches -- the "Jeremiah Seven" -- responsible for founding Habitat Charlotte. Through our financial contribution, we will help tackle the task of finding affordable housing solutions for low-income families and pour into renovation projects that will help make homes more inhabitable.
To learn more about Habitat for Humanity, click here.
QC Family Tree
Mission: To cultivate community for the common good in Charlotte. QC Family Tree also aims to provide affordable, quality homes for neighbors, and to organize for better, more affordable neighborhoods.
Our Commitment: Through our financial contribution, we will support the Youth Leadership Development project, and offset rent costs (in 5 apartments and 2 houses) for those living in at the 30-40% Area Median Income.
To learn more about QC Family Tree, click here.
Roof Above (Formerly urban ministry center)
Mission: To bring the community together to end homelessness, one life at a time.
Our Commitment: Through our financial contribution, we will play a critical role in meeting the immediate and basic needs of those who are experiencing homelessness. This supports the Soup Kitchen, the Men's Shelter and the Overflow Shelter, and the coordination of the emergency winter shelter program, Room in the Inn, for which we have been a partner site for 24 years.
To learn more about Roof Above, click here.
Supportive Housing Communities
Mission: To provide affordable housing to alleviate homelessness and human suffering. SHC also aims to develop and operate permanent supportive housing for people overcoming homelessness, especially veterans and those with mental illness, substance abuse, and medical or other disabling conditions.
Our Commitment: Myers Park Baptist gave a gift of over $80,000 in 2018 to support the mission and vision of SHC. Through our continual financial contribution, we will continue addressing the housing crisis in Charlotte.
To learn more about Supportive Housing Communities, click here.
YWCA - Women in Transition (WIT) program
Mission: To provide safe, affordable, transitional housing and intensive support services for single unaccompanied women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. WIT is not an emergency shelter but offers a month-to-month lease where participants pay rent and stay up to a maximum of 18 months.
Our Commitment: Through our financial contribution, we will support both WIT--serving up to 66 women every day--and Families Together (FT), a program that serves 55-80 families annually with children experiencing homelessness.
To learn more about the YWCA's Women in Transition Program, click here.