Cristo Rey Community Center (CRCC) is a 501(C)(3) basic-needs provider serving the vulnerable populations within our community with an emphasis on access to medical care, mental health services, food, and financial counseling. CRCC has been open since 1968, and just celebrated its 50th anniversary in helping to meet the needs of the poor, the vulnerable, immigrants, migrants, and all people in need regardless of language or culture.

In 2018, Cristo Rey served over 56,000 community members.  The organization distributed over 357,000 lbs. of food and served over 21,500 meals to the hungry, cared for nearly 2,800 unique patients in the Family Health Center, empowered over 1,500 individuals to manage their finances, and helped families save over $700,000 in prescription costs.

Cristo Rey envisions to break the cycle of poverty and advocate for self-sufficiency by addressing critical needs in our community. All CRCC services are essential for basic quality of life fulfillment.
















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$4,255 Raised By 30 Donors

$2,000 on behalf of The Izzo Family
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