Crossroads Cares

about you and the community!

New Normal, Same Mission

COVID-19 has affected us all, but it has impacted some more than others. Join us in loving our neighbors by providing for the people around us. There are several ways you can get involved and be #ForYou with no or limited exposure.

Racial Recognition

Crossroads Cares about helping close the racial divide in our country. Here are some resources we've curated to help our community move together in the name of social change.

VIDEO: A Word from Pastor John

VIDEO: Crossroads Interview with Mike Leake, Madysyn Blackburn, Jay Harris, and Bryce Harris

ARTICLE: What You Can Do: A Response to George Floyd and Racial Injustice

ARTICLE: What if…..White People Took Responsibility for Our Role in this Moment?

ARTICLE: Silence Is NOT An Option

Show ❤️ to the frontline!

Order cookies or flowers from The Next Sweet Thing or Beautiful Blooms by Jen and have them delivered to essential and frontline workers. You purchase, they deliver – it’s a simple, safe way to support local businesses AND show love to those on the front lines.

Click here to order cookies & treats from The Next Sweet Thing

Click here to order flowers from Beautiful Blooms by Jen

Takeout Tuesday!

Support your favorite local restaurants by ordering takeout each Tuesday (or really any day)! Take a picture around the dinner table, and make sure to use the following tags:

#crossroadson23 #takeouttuesday and don’t forget to tag the restaurant!

How to Neighbor

Right now we have nothing but time. But what we do with that time is very important. Our team has put together several ideas and tools to help you be a better neighbor.

Click here to learn about volunteering for the Red Cross

Click here to donate blood (Toledo Location)

Click here to learn how to send cards to local senior centers

Other ideas include:
  • Draw an encouraging note or picture in chalk on your sidewalk for delivery drivers, neighbors, and postal carriers.
  • Do yard work for an elderly neighbor
  • Pick up litter in your neighborhood