Home. About Us. How to Help. Services. Thank You. Links. Contact Us.

© 2013 CROSS Center

Please make a donation to the CROSS Center. Any amount is greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

320-968-7012

 

Email Us

 

Cross Center of

Benton Co, MN

150 Fourth Ave.

P.O. Box 205

Foley, MN 56329

 

Mondays:

1pm-4pm, 6pm-8pm

 

Thursdays:

10am-3pm

 

 

 

Welcome to The CROSS Center

 

NEWS

 

 

 

Thank you for all you do to help us serve others in Benton County.

 

 

What We Need Today: April 14th

Diapers, Tooth Brushes, Tooth Paste, Shampoo, Bath Soap, Hand Soap, Hair Spray, Boxed Instant Potatoes.

 

 

What We're About ...

This web site seeks to introduce you to the work and ministry of the C.R.O.S.S. Center in Benton County. It is our hope to acquaint you with the reasons for its existence, the resources it provides and the opportunities YOU are afforded to make a loving and significant difference in the lives of many of your neighbors who find themselves in a time of real crisis or need. Through a dedication to ongoing education, commitment, partnership and resourcing, the C.R.O.S.S. Center seeks to develop a growing awareness of the basic needs around us for food and clothing; to generate a passion to address those needs with compassion, love and care; to foster a willingness to partner together to accomplish much more than would otherwise be possible; and to challenge one another to each do our part to provide the best resources possible, to serve those in need through volunteers who truly care, and to support clients with what it takes to meet their real emergency needs. Whether you find yourself in the role of donor, volunteer or recipient - the ministry of the C.R.O.S.S. Center seeks to address real needs with compassion, integrity and a loving response. To that end, I hope you will join with us and play your part in making a real difference in the lives of those in need!

 

 

C.R.O.S.S. Mission: To provide encouragement and assistance to residents of Benton County who are experiencing short-term difficulties in meeting their basic needs for food and clothing.  Assistance is provided regardless of race, color or creed for those who qualify.

 

 

"America is the richest country in the world.  And yet tonight, thousands of your neighbors will go to bed hungry.  It may be your child's schoolmate who is undernourished and has difficulty learning on an empty stomach.  Or it could be a co-worker, a working mother whose low-wage job doesn't make ends meet.  Perhaps it's an elderly neighbor who has to make a decision whether to delay filling a prescription or buying groceries.  The faces of hunger are as broad as the faces of America."

                               David Jasby, General Mills