AME Empowerment Center/Shelter
The AME Empowerment Center [Homeless Shelter] (Church Shelter) in Raleigh NC needs the continued support of all who care about the homeless and who want to help bring relief to their plight. Persons who would like to support this outreach ministry may do so by calling the Shelter and making inquiries at
With You, We Can Make A Difference!
Business/Organization: AME Empowerment Center & Shelter
Address: Raleigh, NC
Tele: (919) 834-3734
Homelessness is a problem that is occurring with increased frequency in the cities and towns of North Carolina. The N.C. Department of Human Resources reports a 50% increase in the number of persons seeking shelter in Raleigh, the state capitol.
Recognizing the growing numbers of homeless persons in the City of Raleigh, N.C., the Women’s Missionary Society (WMS) of the Western North Carolina (WNC) Annual Conference, in 1987, pledged to carry out the goal to help the plight of the homeless.
The WNC Conference Branch WMS opened the AME Church Shelter in Raleigh in April, 1988, with the assistance of Mrs. Shirley J. Sheares, Founder, and others. Seeking to provide more than just shelter, the AME Church Shelter attempts to make constructive use of the daylight hours to coordinate vital city services (i.e. social, medical, employment) in ways that help homeless persons solve the problems that create and sustain their homeless condition
Need More information?
Contact the Shelter.