Clarksville Cares

ClarksvilleCaresLogoDuring the 2013-2014 school year, Clarksville Community School Corporation (CCSC), in conjunction with many local volunteers and partners, helped to provide food for students and families over long school breaks; supplemented mortgage/rent payments; defrayed utility costs; provided hats/gloves/shoes/coats/clothing and general school supplies; assisted with medical needs; and collected gifts/donations to ensure students, who would otherwise be without, have reason to celebrate the Christmas season.

Beginning in 2014-2015, we formally created the Clarksville Cares Campaign (CCC) for Clarksville Community Schools.  This group will be the official umbrella for which the aforementioned efforts and donations will be housed.

The purpose of Clarksville Cares is quite simple – To serve and care for all needs of CCSC children, specifically those who would otherwise go without.  Clarksville Cares donations will be used to serve students throughout the year, not just during designated times.

Clarksville Community School Corporation is fortunate to partner with many groups, organizations and individuals who share the desire to pay forward their blessings by giving back to our children and our community. Thank you for your support!

 

Donate

The ultimate goal of the Clarksville Cares Campaign is to serve and care for all needs of CCSC children, specifically those who would go without. Clarksville Cares donations will be used to serve students throughout the year, not just during designated times.

Clothing and Food donations to be used for all CCSC schools can be dropped off at Renaissance Academy.

CLICK HERE for a list of preferred donated food items.

 

Check or cash donations should be dropped off at Renaissance Academy. Checks should be made out to Renaissance Academy and memoed Clarksville Cares.

To donate to Clarksville Cares via PayPal, click on the button below!




To refer a student in need, fill out the form here.

We greatly appreciate your support of our Clarksville Cares Campaign

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