Community Touch Inc.

A nonprofit organization

$4,260 raised by 25 donors

21% complete

$20,000 Goal

"We Touch the Lives of people in our Community by providing transitional housing, practical tools and resources to achieve self - sufficiency."

More About Us

The Champion's had several buildings that were not in use on 20 acres of the True Deliverance Church of God Ministries property. The original buildings were part of the Victory Drug Center, a spiritual residential place for men and women on drugs. The Victory Drug Center still operates as an outreach program for the substance abuser. The late Apostle Albert Venson is the founder of the Victory Drug Center and father of First Lady Champion.

Apostle Venson passed away in January of 1998, a few years later the buildings became dormant. The Champion's had a vision to renovate the buildings and help the community. In November of 2001, they opened Clara's Faith House Food Pantry which feeds the hungry. In May of 2003, they opened the Victory Transitional Housing which has the capacity to house 40 homeless people. In October of 2004, Noah's Ark was opened to provide free clothing, furniture and household items to the local community free of charge. In November 2014, Community Touch, Inc. opened Noah's Ark Thrift Store in Marshall, VA., in a retail shopping center in an effort to meet the needs of the low to middle income who can purchase affordable furniture and clothing. All the proceeds from the retail store will benefit the mission and vision of Community Touch, Inc. T. Tyronne & Felicia Champion have a compassion to fulfill the purpose and mission of Christ, to help and love our neighbors as we love ourselves.

Community Touch, Inc. "Touching lives, one day at a time"


A Father's Story

A single father and his two children became homeless after a bad separation from his wife. He and his children were sleeping on the floor in the back room at his place of employment. A customer noticed that the children were always with the father at work. The customer told the father about the Victory Transitional Housing program at CTI. Shortly after, the father and his two children moved into the VTH program. The VTH case worker discovered that the children had serious underlying emotional issues, such as abandonment, rejection, and anger, after the mother left the home. The father was very depressed as well. A service plan was put in place to get the necessary counseling support that they all needed. Unfortunately, the father lost his job. The case worker revamped his service plan and found him some helpful community resources such as the DARS program (which is a vocational rehabilitation service) and daycare at Caring for Angels which is located on the CTI and VTH campus. This single father was determined to raise his children, go to school and find a job – against all odds. After an extended stay in the VTH program, the father felt that he was ready to move out on his own. The VTH case worker found affordable housing for him and his children. VTH helped him with a security deposit and the first month’s rent. CTI helped him to move his family into their new home and provided household items from Noah’s Ark Outreach. The father and his children are doing well and are grateful for the services that Community Touch was able to provide to their family.

A Mother's Story

A mother and her two children had been homeless for several years. Some of her children were placed into foster care, because of bad choices the mother admitted to making. This mother came to Victory Transitional Housing (VTH) feeling hopeless, sad, and rejected because of a lack of support. She was extremely sensitive, insecure and negative towards life. She seldom smiled and she cried a lot. She was unemployed at the time and had a lot of debt. Upon entering the VTH program, this mother was assigned a financial mentor. The mentors work with the residents to help them meet their personal financial goals and teach money management as well as saving and debt reduction practices. The mother obtained employment, developed a budget for the first time, and paid off some of her debt. Her accomplishments put a smile on her face, and she had hope again. After several months, this mother was approved for permanent 

housing for her and her children. Community Touch helped her family move into their new home and provided household items from Noah’s Ark Outreach. During a follow-up call, the mother informed CTI that she and her children are doing well. She expressed gratitude for all of the help that she received at Victory Transitional Housing.

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Organization name

Community Touch Inc.

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P.O. Box 301
Bealeton, VA 22712



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