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Clark County Adventist Community Services (CCACS) is a 501(c) (3) organization that operates only through the generosity of organizations and individuals like yourself. A donation as little as $1, $100 or $1000 will allow the all-volunteer CCACS staff to assist other Clark County residents. 

Contribute Financially

Clark County Adventist Community Services (CCACS) is a 501(c) (3) organization that operates only through the generosity of organizations and individuals like yourself. A donation as little as $1, $100 or $1000 will allow the all-volunteer CCACS staff to assist other Clark County residents. 

Donate Items

Clark County Adventist Community Services (CCACS) accepts donations of food, clothing, and household items only during normal operating hours on Monday and Tuesday; 9:30 am to 3:00 pm.

Outside of these hours, a donation bin is available at the rear of the building. Please use this bin rather than placing items near the back door.

We can not accept electronic items such as televisions or computers. Your unwanted electronics may be safely disposed of at these E-Cycle Washington disposal sites for free!

We also can not accept any type of furniture, box springs or mattresses.

Please donate only useable items in good condition that can be a blessing to those in need. Taking items to the dump costs us time and money.

Donate Items

Clark County Adventist Community Services (CCACS) accepts donations of food, clothing, and household items only during normal operating hours on Monday and Tuesday; 9:30 am to 3:00 pm.

Outside of these hours, a donation bin is available at the rear of the building. Please use this bin rather than placing items near the back door.

We can not accept electronic items such as televisions or computers. Your unwanted electronics may be safely disposed of at these E-Cycle Washington disposal sites for free!

We also can not accept any type of furniture, box springs or mattresses.

Please donate only useable items in good condition that can be a blessing to those in need. Taking items to the dump costs us time and money.

Volunteer

Clark County Adventist Community Services (CCACS) has been operating since 1968 with an all-volunteer staff. Hundreds of people from churches as well as the community have offered their time, talents and energy to fulfill the mission of the Center.

And here is a little secret….

It’s not just about helping others, they also receive much for themselves!

Volunteers at the Center form a camaraderie from being in a group that share common goals. They become part of an extended family by working closely with and getting to know others. They see firsthand that their effort and time directly benefit residents of Clark County. And most importantly, they understand Jesus’ direction that we need to care for those in need (Matt. 25:35-40).

Call or come by in person during normal business hours to talk with Eleanor Hetke, CCACS Director, and see how your time and talents can assist others!    

Volunteer

Clark County Adventist Community Services (CCACS) has been operating since 1968 with an all-volunteer staff. Hundreds of people from churches as well as the community have offered their time, talents and energy to fulfill the mission of the Center.

And here is a little secret….

It’s not just about helping others, they also receive much for themselves!

Volunteers at the Center form a camaraderie from being in a group that share common goals. They become part of an extended family by working closely with and getting to know others. They see firsthand that their effort and time directly benefit residents of Clark County. And most importantly, they understand Jesus’ direction that we need to care for those in need (Matt. 25:35-40).

Call or come by in person during normal business hours to talk with Eleanor Hetke, CCACS Director, and see how your time and talents can assist others!    

Serving Clark County residents for over 50 years

Self-service food & clothing for those in need.