Get InvolvedPartners for Our Communities is substantially supported by grant funding. With the additional donations by community members and numerous volunteers, POC proudly provides quality programming to thousands of clients each year. With a moderate operating budget, all offers of assistance are appreciated.
Your Generosity Matters
Program Supplies Needed
Laptops and desktops with working operating systems, a color printer, office supplies (copy paper, #10 envelopes, pens, manila folders, staplers and staples), sporting equipment for ICompete, musical instruments, healthy shelf stable snacks for kids, craft supplies (construction paper, markers, crayons, etc)
Be a Part of Making a Change: Volunteer
We are very fortunate to have volunteers from every walk of life: retired teachers & business persons, community leaders, high school and college students. Every one of our volunteers offers a unique perspective and connection to our clients. In return volunteers are provided with the rewarding experiences of helping someone improve not only their own life, but that of their children and children’s children.
Why Donate Your Time or Money?
On a very small operating budget and very few paid staff, POC provides education and healthcare services to thousands of area residents per year. The need for expanded programs and services has been recognized, however, without additional funding, POC is not able to provide additional services. Your generous donations will allow POC to serve more people and make it possible to help people help themselves. To donate online, click here.
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Partners for Our Communities (POC) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
As such, donations are tax-deductible.
POC is committed to providing equal opportunities to all employees, applicants for employment, and individuals and families to which services are provided, without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, religion, age, disability, results of genetic testing, or service in the military.