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Campus Crusade for Christ Inc.
Campus Crusade for Christ exists to help fulfill the Great Commission by winning, building and sending in the power of the Holy Spirit. We also help the body of Christ do evangelism and discipleship.


Carmel Music Society
Since 1927, Carmel Music Society has presented classical music concerts by some of the world's finest artists, names such as Frederica Von Stade, Emmanuel ax, the Romeros guitar quartet, the beaux arts trio and Gil Shaham.


Carolina Youth Symphony
Carolina Youth Symphony is an independent, non-profit youth orchestra, registered in the State of South Carolina, which exists to provide an opportunity for individual growth of musically talented youth through training and performance of the highest quality of orchestra literature. The goal of our organization is: To encourage pride and self-esteem in young people from all cultural backgrounds through their individual musical achievement and to create an atmosphere of discipline and appreciation of fine music our members will carry with them all their lives


Cassata High School
Cassata High School is a private, nonprofit outreach school that is committed to providing young people with another chance at success. Cassata?s mission has been the same since its inception in 1975: To provide an effective, quality education that enables students of all backgrounds to raise their educational level and complete their secondary education. Many of Cassata's students face significant barriers to obtaining an education?for the 2009/10 school year, 34% of graduates were the first in their family to earn a high school diploma; 30% of students are teen parents; and several are over the age of 21. Furthermore, most of our students have had difficulty with traditional education and many are not currently attending school when they arrive at Cassata. The average grade level of our students upon enrollment is 8th grade or below. Cassata works with the individual circumstances of each student to develop a strategy for success. Cassata offers morning and afternoon schedules so students who work or who have children can still attend school; small class sizes allow for one-on-one interaction between teacher and student; the curriculum is individualized and self-paced; Cassata?s open entry policy means that students can enroll at any point in the school year; and many students find that the small size allows them to become engaged in student life and embrace the community-feel of Cassata. Cassata has a demonstrated legacy of success at transforming struggling youth into high school graduates. While the primary goal of Cassata is for at-risk youth to earn their high school diploma, the teachers and staff continue to have even greater aspirations. The goal at Cassata is not only to educate, but also to change lives, which is why the teachers, counselor and staff work diligently with students to ensure that when they leave Cassata they are confident about taking the next step toward a better life. Of the 67 graduates from the 2009/10 school year, 66% are enrolled in a 2 or 4-year colleges. This is an incredible achievement, especially considering that without Cassata, it is likely that many of these students would have been high school dropouts. Cassata?s primary activity is its High School Program, which is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Texas Catholic Conference. We also offer GED preparation.


Charlotte Country Day School
Through excellence in education, Charlotte Country Day School develops the potential of each student by fostering intellectual curiosity, principled character, ethical leadership, and a responsibility to serve.


Chartwell School
The mission of Chartwell School is to diagnostically educate students with specific learning variations in a way that provides them with the academic skills, confidence, creativity and perseverance necessary to meet the challenges of mainstream education and lifelong learning. Chartwell School serves boys and girls in grades K to 8 on a LEED Platinum campus designed to increase educational outcomes. The New High School Project at Chartwell provides a project-based, college preparatory curriculum for high school students who may have struggled in a more traditional learning environment. At both Chartwell and The New High School Project, expert instructors teach with careful attention to individual learning styles.


Child Abuse Council

The mission of the Child Abuse Council is to prevent abuse before it occurs, stop abuse that is occurring and rebuild the child and family after abuse.


Child Crisis Center
The purpose of the Child Crisis Center is to prevent child abuse by supporting and strengthening families through education and intervention, providing a safe environment for children to heal and grow, raising community awareness, and taking the lead and setting the standard for others to follow.


Childsplay Inc.
Founded in 1977, Childsplay is a nationally renowned theatre for young audiences (TYA) that employs an ensemble of professional adult actors, directors, designers and playwrights to create exceptional theatre for children and families.


Christ Church Episcopal School
50 year old independent college preparatory school, K-12, focusing on the core values of character, community, excellence and service. IB Primary Years and Diploma Years Program, strong record of 100% acceptance to college, #1 1-A athletic program in the state for the last 18 years, outstanding tradition of fine arts programs, emphasis on service to the community, all in the Episcopal tradition. 10 National Merit Semi-finalists this year, 2nd highest in the state.


City Care's Whiz Kids
The mission of City Care's Whiz Kids is for volunteers to improve the well-being of disadvantaged youth through academic tutoring, positive mentoring relationships and spiritual nurturing.


Clinton Education Foundation Inc.

Clinton Education Foundation (CEF) is a 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to support public education in Clinton, Conn., where traditional funding sources are not available.


Cloverdale Community Dollars for Scholars
In 1994, Bob Steele stopped by the Cloverdale School administration office intending to leave a donation to cover some family expenses from many years ago. Mrs. Terri Bailey, the office secretary, insisted that he meet with the Superintendent, Steve Wittenauer, before leaving. From that meeting, the Cloverdale Scholarship Fund was started for Cloverdale Community High School. Al Tucker and Dr. Keith Ernst joined the effort, along with Bob Gerlach, owner of Clover Meadows golf course. That group started a golf tournament in memory of Chad Tucker and Brad Gerlach, and that annual tournament has been a major source of scholarship funds. Since then, hundreds of parents, current students, alumni, families, businesses and concerned citizens have contributed time and money to this fund.


Coastal Discovery Museum
Area's only Museum that promotes the natural history and cultural heritage of Hilton Head Island and the surrrounding Lowcountry. We present permanent and temporary exhibits, provide school programs for approximately 4500 students annually, and offer nature and history programs year round. Annual attendance is 125,000 people.


College Golf Fellowship
CGF desires to come alongside college golfers and coaches and help them with these essential questions to life: Where did we come from? Why are we here? Where are we going? Our hope is to show how the Bible is relevant for our lives today in shedding light on these questions. We also desire to break down the many misconceptions of Christianity and allow people to truly investigate what an authentic Christian life looks like. We want college golfers and coaches to have the freedom to ask questions and explore issues of faith without feeling judged. We encourage everyone with whom we come into contact to explore what the Bible has to say about life and faith. However, we do this in a non-threatening way and allow all people to feel comfortable, despite their religious background. Whether you have grown up in the church or never darkened the doors, whether you read the Bible regularly or have never opened a Bible in your life, we simply want to help you move forward in your faith journey. All of our activities provide a safe place for you to discover more about what it means to grow in a relationship with God. If you would like more information about what it means to have a relationship with God, contact one of our CGF Staff or check out the following link: Knowing God.


Communities In Schools, Corpus Christi Inc.
The mission of CIS is to keep kids in school and prepare for life. We are a drop-out prevention agency. We promote education first and foremost. We are on 41 campuses, 12 school districts and in 6 counties.


Communities in Schools, Inc.
Support student enrichment programs and SEP programs from at-risk students


Community Foundation for Monterey County
The mission of the Community Foundation for Monterey County is to improve the quality of life in Monterey County by raising, managing, and distributing charitable funds to qualified organizations and by creating positive connections between donors and their interests


Crosby Scholars Community Partnership
At the Crosby Scholars Community Partnership, we help students in public middle and high schools in Forsyth County prepare academically, personally, and financially for college admission and other post-secondary opportunities best suited to a student's needs, aptitudes and dreams. We are a partnership of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, the United Way of Forsyth County, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, and The Winston-Salem Foundation. With a 17-year history of providing academic training, financial aid and college application workshops, advisory services, college tours and Last Dollar Grant scholarships, Crosby Scholars now serves more than 5,000 students per year. Since 1992, the program has awarded over $3.8 million in Last Dollar Grant scholars and helped 3,800 hundred students enroll in college. In 2008, Crosby Scholars provided over 37,000 hours of community service.


Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens


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