Christian Service Center's annual fundraiser returns Feb. 6

Staff Report
Posted 1/25/23

The Christian Service Center (CSC) is welcoming the return of its largest annual fundraiser after it was canceled for the past three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In years past, the annual …

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Christian Service Center's annual fundraiser returns Feb. 6

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The Christian Service Center (CSC) is welcoming the return of its largest annual fundraiser after it was canceled for the past three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In years past, the annual fundraiser has raised $40,000. The funds are vital to the center's work and helps replenish the Disaster Fund.

The CSC's mission is to provide food and emergency aid to families in need in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan. Assistance typically consists of food and financial help through assistance with rent, utilities or other needs. Due to the seasonality of the area, there has always been an increase in need during the offseason.

The CSC is run by volunteers which keeps administration fees low to stretch their funding. The funding and support come from area churches, individuals, businesses as well as grants.

The annual Christian Service Center Spaghetti Dinner is Monday, Feb. 6, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Gulf Shores United Methodist Church, building B. Tickets are $10 and are available at the CSC, 317 Dolphin Ave., Gulf Shores, in advance or at the door.

Dine-in or drive-through service is available.

For more information on the CSC, visit cscgs.com or call (251) 968-5256.

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