In 2023, 15,591 food carts were served to 3,492 food insecure families in our community. This could not have been done without the support of our volunteers and donors.

What We Do

Community Caring Center provides a range of services including food, clothing, and small household goods.  

We are 100% reliant on donations from individuals in the local Azle community, civic organizations, churches, and Azle ISD organizations including: 

In addition to food donations, our local Albertsons and Brookshire’s regularly have in-store fundraising to support the CCC. 

Next to Community Caring Center, we operate The Porch Resale Shoppe which is also open to the general public. We sell all kinds of merchandise, including jewelry, household décor, cookware, vintage, toys, and small appliances. Not all of the items are secondhand; people donate new and “lightly used” merchandise as well. All money raised from the sale of goods is used to purchase more food for our food pantry, support our hygiene product program, and maintain our facilities.  

Our History

Since 1990, Community Caring Center is a christian organization uniting to serve and support those in need in Azle, Texas. 

Community Caring Center is a faith-based, 501(c) 3 non-profit, volunteer-driven, charitable organization incorporated in the State Of Texas. We are located at 317 Commerce Street, Azle (around the corner from the Post Office). 

Community Caring Center Impact Report 2023

Our Mission

To care for those in need in our community through the provision of food, clothing, and household goods.

Our Vision

Reduce food insecurity.

Our Impact

In 2023, we created and delivered 15,591 food carts to 3,492 food insecure families in our community.

Our Values


We believe in the power of neighbor helping neighbor. We reduce hunger by building a network of staff, volunteers, vendors, donors, and clients to create a strong and inclusive community.


As a faith-based organization, we are called to serve others. We focus on the well-being of our neighbors and provide our services in a kind, respectful manner.


We are committed to reducing hunger and believe in equal access to nutritious food. We are devoted to empowering our volunteers and staff to lift up our community. We hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards in all interactions with staff, volunteers, vendors, donors, and clients.

Our Staff

Kristie Cooper

Executive Director

Bonnie Monninger

Assistant Director

Karen Norseworthy

Resale Operations Coordinator

Joe Davis

CCC Warehouse Manager

Board of Directors 2023

Curren McLane


Jessica Brace

Vice President

Donna Redmon


John Roberts

Board Member

Milo Bazan

Board Member

Misty Geary

Board Member

Community Partnerships

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