Our Mission ...
Our misson is to assist persons in difficult circumstances with necessities such as food, shelter and utilities, and to help them to become self-sufficient through educational programs and advocacy.
We serve ...
Clemson Community Care serves Clemson, Central and Pendleton, SC communities.
Our Services ...
If you are new to Clemson Community Care we invite you to learn more about our organization through this website and to visit our offices located in Clemson. We welcome your participation whether it be through seeking our services, volunteering your service or making a donation.
To all of you who give, whether of your time, money, or from your pantry, know that you are helping to make a difficult time in someone’s life a little bit easier, and for that we thank you.
We are preparing for the School Success Workshop which will be held on August 7 at Trinity Wesleyan Church. Parents and students must attend the workshop for their children to be eligible for assistance. Personnel from the area schools have been invited to attend to provide information to parents. The workshop will conclude with children activities and hot dogs being served.
We’re anticipating 150-180 students will need assistance with school supplies. The book bag packing will begin on August 12 and the distribution will be the following week at the Clemson Central Library. Contact us if you would like to contribute school supplies or you can help with packing the bookbags with supplies.
If you missed the drive held at the Water Department, you can sign-up on our website to donate to CCC on your Clemson water bill: here
Thank you to all the volunteers who are giving out Chick-fil-A and Wendy’s coupons to donors outside the Clemson Water Department from 9am to 4:30pm during the 2 week drive.
The Sixth annual Spring Music and Arts Festival presented by WSBF-FM, the Clemson University student run radio station, was held on Friday, April 18 at Tiger Park. Springfest is an annual service oriented event the aims to benefit the Clemson community and surrounding area. The festival is free to the public with a donation of cash or canned goods to Clemson Community Care. Thanks to WSBF for collecting 570 cans of food and $1,062 in cash donations for Clemson Community Care.
Thank all those who made monetary and food donations during the months of March and April. The Feinstein Matching Grant Foundation matches gifts to agencies based on the percentage of $1 million raised by the agencies from March 1 through April 30.
Pictured above are ladies from Delta Kappa Gamma who brought in food donations on April 30.
Also, many thanks for the food drive donations that came in during March and April from Alive Weslyan Church, Seven Eleven, Tau Beta Pi Gamma Sigma Sigma, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, and WSBF-FM.
If you have any questions about the CCC program or would like to volunteer, contact the office by phone (864-653-4460) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).