Charlton-Pollard Neighborhood Resources
- For almost eighteen years, the administration, staff, and volunteers have served thousands of community members through computer literacy instruction, pre-employment training, parent education, food distribution, and resource referral.
- Low-income families can gather for birthdays, anniversaries, showers, and passing.
- We are also a Meals on Wheels drop off site where ExxonMobil employees volunteer. They distribute the food daily to the Charlton-Pollard elderly residents.
- Our Center, including the computer lab, is available for Charlton-Pollard residents during the hours of 8 a.m.-1 p.m., during the school year. During the summer, they may use the facilities as long as children are not present. We follow state childcare licensing guidelines.
- Several have used the computers to update their resumes and also scan or fax paperwork.
- The Jazzy Seniors, a fellowship group for seniors, meet at the Family Resource Center once a month. At times, there are over 50 Jazzy Seniors in attendance to enjoy fellowship and activities.
- Prior to COVID, the Charlton-Pollard neighborhood association met once a month at the Center to receive community information and police report updates on the current crime in the neighborhood, as well as updates from ExxonMobil.
- This summer we hope to begin literacy classes, investments classes, and technology classes for the neighborhood adults.
- We have a garden that we hope to grow vegetables. The Charlton-Pollard neighborhood may come and pick whatever they wish.