LHCC response to COVID-19 – Week 27 Update 





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Learning Help Centers of Charlotte continues to roll out hope, support and comfort to our families through our LHCC Remote Learning and Mobile Meals Delivery Program          

We have recently completed two weeks of summer enrichment camps, and previously nineteen long yet rewarding weeks of delivering over 26,500 meals door-to-door for our young students  and their families. We added LHCC Family Food Distribution to our LHCC Mobile Meals program to address all food insecurity needs in a timely manner. We have delivered between 180 and 300 kids meals every weekday, since March 16, along with adult meals and grocery deliveries. This essential meal program will continue through the fall to ensure our families who can’t collect receive the daily meals they desperately need. See our latest mobile meals video

Organizations and individuals continue to reach out to offer support. Here are our most immediate needs:

  • Volunteers for in-person and virtual learning. We have paired up each student with a volunteer in order to keep abreast with school learning assignments. We are helping all our elementary school students as best we can under the challenging remote learning conditions, but making a big difference nonetheless
  • Volunteers for food delivery and driving. (We will reconvene this service after camps and August 17 school reopening) We will train active, enthusiastic volunteers  who can help us deliver bagged lunch and breakfast meals to our kids and families within the South Blvd corridor. Sign up for a morning once a week, for about 90 minutes, between 10:40am and 11:45am. LHCC is offering pick-up meals curbside, so there is no human contact necessary. Volunteer sign up link

Essential LHCC support is being provided daily through:

  • Regular contact with parents and children, by volunteers and staff,
  • Meals for adult neighbors for the weekends, prepared by our parents, compliments of LHCC 
  • School restart volunteer support of our students undertaking virtual learning at home – homework, reading, encouraging
  • Weekly delivery of over 150 kids meals, complemented by bulk food packages for families

Thank you for your continued support. We covet your prayers for the children and families we serve during this pandemic and the start of the anything but normal new school year

Working while it is day,

Brent Morris

Executive Director, Learning Help Centers of Charlotte

September, 2020

















































































































Your partnership, passion and volunteer involvement all continue to make a difference.


Here are a few examples of our accomplishments and milestones this year:

  • We increased our family engagement by over 60% as we commenced providing services to parents across a broad spectrum of topics from assimilation to immigration
  • We served over 150 children over the summer and during the school year
  • Parents like Glenda and Sugey managed to provide increased oversight of the homework and reading requirements of her three children
  • Children like Karina and Shaila truly embarked upon an improved English reading regimen and have now started reading to their younger siblings

Many people have helped raise a significant portion of our Learning Help Centers of Charlotte operating budget. For every dollar raised over 95 cents goes directly towards providing scholastic, spiritual and social supports to families mired in generational poverty.

If you’re thinking of making a year-end gift to LHCC, don’t do it just because we are celebrating our 8th year of existence in 2020:

Do it because you want to see more children succeeding in public schools

Do it because we have many benevolence requests at this time of year. Families in need of reliable transportation, out of work or under-employed, and simply need a hand up. We are building a benevolence fund with a goal of $5,000 in 2020.

Do it because you love to hear feedback from volunteers who are sharing their expertise and being beacons of hope for the next generation

Do it because most families would never be able to afford what we provide in the form of education and encouragement, at a local church and close to where they live and go to school

Your reasons for giving at the end of the year should inspire you. We hope that your love for our neighbors and the communities we serve does just that and that you feel good about the social good we are providing as a trusted community partner. We believe that good works lead to goodwill that leads to good news and that hope is oftentimes more important than building vocabulary.

Thank you again for all that you do for Learning Help Centers of Charlotte!


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