• The Presbyterian Community Center (PCC) brings together a coalition of Christian resources from throughout the Roanoke Valley, including churches, caring volunteers, professionals, and financial contributions for a ministry designed to help our most needy neighbors through prayer and a wide assortment of mission activities. Established in 1967 to provide for the basic human needs of the residents of Southeast Roanoke, the PCC today assists families and individuals living in the eastern quadrants of Roanoke City, eastern Roanoke County and the Town of Vinton.

Your generous tax-deductible gift, large or small, is a necessary and vital part of keeping our programs sustainable.



  • Helping with Food

    An elderly gentleman recently asked the PCC for food. He lives on a meager Social Security check and...

  • Layoff Creates Many Needs

    Dottie is a 61-year-old grandmother who has worked steadily since she graduated from high school. Sh...

  • Food Pantry Shelves BARE

    Unfortunately, the food pantry shelves are desperately low, again. This happens more and more regula...

  • Volunteers Inspire PCC

    The volunteers at the Center are amazing. These dedicated individuals are inspirational to the sta...

  • Pantry Helps Neighbor

    Mr. Huffman lives near the Presbyterian Community Center and has been stopping in to visit almost ...

  • A Long Walk for Food

    For clients in Vinton without transportation, the PCC is quite a long walk. A 35-year-old single mom...

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Presbyterian Community Center
1228 Jamison Avenue SW
Roanoke, Virginia 24013