The commercial support to the Community Caring Center is as important as those who give of their time to the Center. We consider them part of our “Angel” network. We’d like to recognize and show our appreciation to the following local merchants
Its all possible because of you!
CCC receives no funding from United Way or any other outside sources
Financial support comes from individuals, churches, and businesses within the community: The Community Caring Center would like to thank those in the Azle community who consistently offer their support so that the Center can provide to those in need. Several churches in the Azle community provide some level of financial support on a consistent basis and also provide the Center with volunteer counselors that are available to clients on a daily basis. CCC receives food donations at different times throughout the year from Albertsons, Brookshires, and Haslett Wal-Mart. Food drives are carried out throughout the year by different organizations such as the Azle Post Office, Azle schools, Azle area churches, and The National Honor Society of Azle High School (jam and jelly drive). The Center also receives some money from the Metropolitan Board of Missions every year and in the past was a Lords Acre recipient
Thank you Silver Creek Elementary
Leading up to Thanksgiving, Silver Creek Elementary PTO along with the KC Club for Rachel’s Challenge had a fundraiser for students/staff/parents to buy feathers at $1.00 each for the staff’s turkeys.
The staff member who has the most feathers on their turkey at Thanksgiving gets to wear a Turkey Costume for a full day and prance around the school for all to see!
PTO graciously handles all the money, feathers, and costume for the fundraiser for the KC Club!
This year $276.00 was earned and the Silver Creek Elementary KC Club decided to donate the money to the Community Caring Center
Mark Laudenheimer of Brookshires and Joe Lieb of the Community Caring Center want to thank all of you who participated in the checkout donations at Brookshires before Christmas. Your generous gifts along with Brookshire’s participation resulted in $4,800 worth of food for the Center.