Monday, May 25th, 2020

G Gathering Crystal Gala supports work of PCCMI

Crystal Gala supports work of PCCMI



The first annual Black & White Crystal Gala recently took place at the Smithfield Center at 7 pm. The fund raising event was hosted by Providential Credit Care Management, Inc. and included entertainment, dancing, a buffet and door prizes. PCCMI is a non-profit 501(c)(3) housing, counseling and advocacy agency located in Smithfield. Its mission is to elevate the standard and quality of life for low to moderate income individuals and families and to address the needs of the homeless and/or those threatened with homelessness in our communities.


Founder & CEO of Providential Credit Care Management, Inc. Barbara Wiggins, left, and Bridgette Seaborne-Parker, caterer for the event and proprietor of Beautiful Occasions.

Event Chair of the Black and White Crystal Gala Anna Marie Copeland and Sterling Riggs as Elvis.

Kathy Beach and her husband, Lieutenant Kurt Beach, who was honored at the event for his commitment to the community and service to others.

From left: President of Christian Outreach Fred Glanville, who was honored at the event for commitment to the community and service to others, Taylor Barlow and her husband, Delegate William (Bill) Barlow.

Elsie and Otto Williams of Smithfield.

Darlene Spady of Carrollton, left, and Debbie Scott of Rescue.

Connie Edwards of Smithfield.

Karen Wrenn, left, and Sandra Debnam of Smithfield.

Jerry and Becky Dashiell Sr. of Smithfield.

PCCMI Board member Vickie Moody and Bill Wiggins, husband of Barbara Wiggins who is the Founder & CEO of PCCMI.

Rising Star Baptist Church's Praise, Dance and Mime Ministry performed at the Crystal Gala. From left: Taylor Denson, Michaiah Lemon, Shameka Bester and, in front, Gabrielle Parker.

Rising Star Baptist Church's Praise, Dance and Mime Ministry performed at the Crystal Gala. From left: Kendra Parker, Jasmine Denson, and LaShay Roberts.