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RCS is committed to addressing the basic needs of our community by providing food, clothing and shelter to those who need it most. We do this by: 

  • BUILDING a supportive community,

  • ENGAGING people holistically, and 

  • EMPOWERING permanent life-change

Through various forms of assistance and support we are dedicated to the love and reverence of God through reaching out faithfully and respectfully to serve people in times of need.

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We help your friends, neighbors, and family. It is our goal to help anyone who comes to us in their time of need. 


RCS is a faith-based organization addressing the basic needs of the community by providing food, clothing, and shelter to those who need it most. We have a diverse group of volunteers who come to us from local churches and businesses; all giving of themselves to help others. Our primary programs include the Community Kitchen, Clothing Botique, and Temporary Shelter, but we have other thriving programs to help nourish the whole person: Mind, body, and spirit. RCS always welcomes volunteer and monetary support for the following programs:

  • Community kitchen

  • Clothing botique

  • Temporary shelter

  • Transportation assistance

  • Disaster relief and recovery

  • Food pantry

  • Enrichment programs

  • Employment Readiness Boot Camps with Craven Community College


RCS helps men and women who have lost their job for reasons beyond their control. We help children who need a well-balanced meal when school is not in session. Our volunteers help families who have lost their homes from an unforgiving natural disaster and need a place to stay or assistance starting over. RCS also helps abused women who need a safe place to stay with their children. We help your neighbors, friends, and family. Our goal to help anyone who comes to us in their time of need by providing quality programs and services that provide assistance and promote self-sufficiency.


RCS is made up of the following groups:

  • Fourteen individuals serve on our Board of Directors

  • An Executive Director, Finance Director, Operations, and Special Events Coordinator

  • A part-time staff of 10 who oversees the Community Kitchen, Homeless Shelter, Food Pantry, Clothing Closet, Prescription Medicine, Rent & Utility Assistance, Enrichment & Education, and Community Outreach

  • More than 400 volunteers ready to serve in the kitchen, warehouse, or shelter.




We are blessed with an amazing staff who works closely with both our guests and the supporting community. 


Krishanda Jones, Interim Executive Director

Antonio Molina, Director of Business & Finance

Matt McCotter, Director of Development & Mission Advancement

Ellie Scherer, Executive Assistant 

Katrina Henderson, Program Manager

Amber Smith, Operations Manager

Teresa Seal, Kitchen Supervisor 

Randell Church, Operations Supervisor 

George Martinz, Warehouse Supervisor 
Antonio King, Resident Assistant

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