There are two primary ways that we emphasize this call to service at CCA: through our community service requirement and our Leadership Academy class. We see these aspsects of our program as opportunities to fulfill the second half of our mission: "equipping future leaders to impact their communities for Christ."
We're often asked, "How can I get involved?" or "What can I do to help?" While there are the two most obvious ways to get involved with a non-profit organization - giving and volunteering - we've also identified a few other ways to partner with us.
Every year our students say the same thing: they feel most loved by the meals at CCA! Of course, they love the food, but it's about more than just a meal. Lunch time at CCA is a time to chat with students, hear their stories, and get to know them.
North Texas Giving Day is almost here! This annual online event helps nonprofits across the entire North Texas region, including CCA! With Giving Day donations, we are able to give more students a 2nd chance.
Volunteering is better when we do it together! Serving alongside family and friends is a great way to bond, work together, and encourage one another. Here are a few family or group volunteer projects to consider.
Lisa Doolittle is the driving force behind CCA's inaugural art class. As we shared in our recent post, "Art Appreciation," this class has tremendously impacted our students' lives. But it doesn't stop there! Hear how God has changed Lisa's life through her involvement at CCA.
My name is Sydney Weaver, and I have the privilege of joining the amazing team at CCA as the Volunteer Coordinator. I am thrilled for the opportunity to serve the students and community partners of CCA.
Janae came to CCA in the Fall of the 2017 school year. She was referred by our ministry partner Viola's House, a maternity home for homeless teenagers. With only a few credits left, Janae was determined to return to school and complete her high school education.