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  • Monument Crisis Center Goes Virtual for the Holidays

    November 17, 2020
    November 13, 2020

    Contact:    Sandra Scherer, Executive Director, Monument Crisis Center, sscherer@monumentcrisiscenter.org
    Monument Crisis Center Goes Virtual for the Holidays

    CONCORD, CA – Monument Crisis Center will be hosting its first ever virtual event, Heartfelt for the Holidays, on Saturday, December 5, 2020.  This virtual celebration of the Community is due to the continued urgent health and economic needs brought about by COVID-19 and the challenging outlook for 2021.
    Monument Crisis Center will be celebrating some of the many amazing unsung heroes that have stepped up over these last eight months and made its efforts not only possible but monumental. 
    Event registration is free by visiting charityauction.bid/monumentcrisiscenter. If you would like to support their efforts, sponsorships along with Fun for the Family and Mistletoe for Two Celebration Packages are also available.
    If you are unable to attend, please either donate online at www.monumentcrisiscenter.org or mail a check to PO Box 23973, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 or simply Text to Donate MCC to 41-444. 

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    About Monument Crisis Center
    Monument Crisis Center is a family resource center dedicated to providing food, education, safety net services, tools and assistance, concrete referrals and resources for families, seniors and individuals in crisis situations, providing pathways toward health and self-sufficiency, and promoting community awareness of needs and available resources to at-risk, low income Contra Costa County residents. MCC provides these services to more than 10,000 people a year.  For more information, please contact Executive Director, Sandra Scherer, Sscherer@monumentcrisiscenter.org, or visit their website at www.monumentcrisiscenter.org.