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Mission Statement

"WHEN COMMUNITIES SEE UNITY, THEY SEE PURPOSE, LOVE AND POWER. AND WHEN A GROUP OF PEOPLE WORK TOGETHER TO ACCOMPLISH A GOAL THEY BECOME A FORMIABLE FORCE."

Description

CCT is a non-profit organization that seeks to support community initiatives and partnerships by providing support to the community. We provide comprehensive services which support family structure by building communities, and providing programs that support self-advocacy and community sustainability. We serve the homeless population through our feeding program where we provide sandwiches and hot meals weekly. Our goal right now is to raise the funds needed to purchase a food pantry that will serve the city of Atlanta and surrounding areas. This food pantry will provide non-perishables to low-income families who require food assistance as well as the homeless. We will provide meals on a weekly basis. We provide gently used clothing and blankets for the homeless and serve the elderly, providing home delivery of hot meals, on a daily basis for home bound seniors. We serve the youth by providing educational supplies and summer meals. We desire to create partnerships for after school programs, where we would provide nutritional after school snacks, and tutoring that would be made available by bond ensured staff. Fairly new, CCT is currently branching out with hopes of one day fundraising globally. We are developing relationships in other states where we are expanding our fundraising venues and giving back in their communities. CCT respects the humanitarianism in volunteering as well as the fact that we could not be us, helping in the communities, without them.





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