Pet Supplies Drive
Februrary and March
Since our inception in 2009, CFPAA has maintained a successful humanitarian program that through service-minded projects and charitable drives, teaches CFPAA students valuable life lessons about the importance of civic duty and paying it forward. At CFPAA, we endeavor to instill a sense of duty in our children with a mindset that believes that With every right they have as a young citizen, comes a responsibility; with every opportunity they are blessed to experience, comes an obligation; and with every possession they have been given, comes a duty (inspired by the words of John D. Rockefeller, Jr.).
Throughout the season, several service projects and/or charitable or causes are selected, through which students are encouraged to participate and show support for. Students earn completion checks for each service drive for which they participate, and those earning a minimum of seven checks are designated as official CFPAA Goodwill Ambassadors. In addition, CFPAA does, from time to time, offer alternative experiences for which students can earn check marks. The charitable organizations selected range anywhere from local churches to renown charities, such as the Salvation Army. Throughout the season, as more specifications are sorted out, they are made known and those details also become available on this webpage.
About CFPAA Goodwill Ambassadors
For the months of February and March, please consider donating pet supplies to benefit the Grand Strand Humane Society. By donating, not only will you help ease the financial aspects the Humane Society faces, but also you will provide comfort and help improve the quality of life of these beloved animals. The GSHS is looking for the following items: newspaper, science diet adult dog and cat food, small plastic cat litter boxes, dog and cat toys, paper towels, bleach, pet beds, towels, etc.
Student Coordinator for the CFPAA Goodwill Ambassador Program
Jessica has been dancing with CFPAA since it opened in 2009. She has assisted a multitude of dance classes over the years and was named one of the lead assistants for 2017. As a rising senior in the STEM program at the Academy for Arts, Science, and Technology, Jessica hopes to accomplish an array of life objectives, including acceptance into an exceptional university with the intention of studying either Pre-Medicine or Biomedical Engineering. However passionate she may be about dance, her enthusiasm and desire to help others radiates brighter than any stage light ever could. Taking on this role as Goodwill Ambassador Community Service Liaison, Jessica is honored to serve the community alongside her second home.