Charlottesville Charity Celebrates End of a Busy Season

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – A Charlottesville charity is celebrating the end of another busy season of helping homeless people find shelter. Thursday evening, PACEM (People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry), held a thank you bash to show all its volunteers just how much the group appreciates the help. The shelter for the homeless served 219 … Continue reading “Charlottesville Charity Celebrates End of a Busy Season”

A cappella concert benefits PACEM

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (NEWSPLEX) — Music filled the air at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church and it wasn’t just for Sunday service. It was actually a benefit concert for PACEM. The singers who performed are a Charlottesville-based women’s A Cappella group called FIRE. PACEM says FIRE is one of its biggest supporters, because the organization does … Continue reading “A cappella concert benefits PACEM”

Local Scouts provide meals for homeless men

Greene County Girl Scouts helped to feed 50 homeless men at Spring Hill Baptist Church on Tuesday, Jan. 19, as part of the People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry program. Each winter, PACEM brings together more than 80 faith organizations and community groups and more than 3,000 volunteers in the Charlottesville area to provide shelter, … Continue reading “Local Scouts provide meals for homeless men”