Everyone Eats! is our community food program open to the public. Every Sunday beginning in January 2018, volunteers will distribute food items to those who are present. In order to receive food package, all adults age eighteen and over are required to complete a brief survey. Identification must be presented for all household members and dependents not present.  **Please do not bring children**

ID is NOT required for single adults eighteen and over. 

Acceptable forms of ID for children and household members: state driver’s license or ID, birth certificate, social security card, or medical card. 

When am I able to get food?

We will begin distributing food on Sundays from 11 am – 4 pm, beginning January 2018. 

What if I have special dietary needs?

We will do our best to accommodate guests with special dietary needs, however choices will be based on current inventory. 

How many times can I come and get food?

Guests will be allowed to get food up to two times per month. 

Where does the food come from?

Donations are collected from private and public donors, and purchased at local grocery stores.

Do I have to pay for the food?

No you do not have to pay for food at CFTH. We do not resale donations. Donations are distributed freely to those we serve. 


CFTH Toys for Tots Application

The Rosebuds Transformation Program is a transitional program for adults eighteen years of age or older. To qualify for this program, applicants must be referred by one of our local partners or complete our online application process. This program is designed for clients who exhibit a strong will, desire, and commitment to overcome their struggles and do whatever is necessary to guarantee their success. 

Our program is ran by volunteers dedicated to restoring our communities. We understand that in order for our community to be fully restored, we must focus on restoring the people in the community. The Rosebuds Transformation Program assesses each person individually to evaluate their needs and develops a Individual Program Plan (IPP).  To hold our clients accountable, each person is assigned a case manager that will serve as a life coach, mentor, and friend. This case manager will work closely with assigned clients to help them achieve set goals and obligations and will be responsible for maintaining client records and reporting progress during program participation. Program participation times will vary from three months to two years. 

What services are provided?

CFTH offers program participants assistance with rent/mortgage, utility payments, security deposits, tuition fees, transportation, food, clothing, shelter, counseling, job skills training, entrepreneur empowerment, hair care services, health care referral services, holistic and spiritual wellness services, and more.

Who can apply?

Anyone 18 years of age or older who is experiencing any type of abuse, homelessness, hopelessness, depression, financial crisis, or other negative experiences that are preventing you from reaching your full potential and living within your purpose. Unfortunately, due to funding, everyone that applies will not be accepted. If you are accepted, you will be contacted by one of our volunteers. 

How much does it cost?

This is a free program that is funded by private donations and operated by volunteers. 

How do I apply for this program?

To apply for The Rosebuds Transformation Program, click here.