Ways To Give
"I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver"
*WE NEED YOUR INFORMATION*
In order to receive/request a year-end donation report Community CPR must have your contact information..........
Mail In A Check To:
PO Box 243
Whiteville, NC 28472
Drop Off a Check or Cash
to our office during business hours.
210 E. Walter St.
Whiteville, NC 28472
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Are you over 70 ½ with an IRA?
Make a qualified charitable distribution to a non-profit organization (501c3).
No taxes owed on the distribution.
Does not count towards income.
~Community CPR [EIN 82-2157091]~
(HOW DO THEY DO THIS?)
AMAZON SMILE PROGRAM
It’s Easy - AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know - same products, same prices, same service.
Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Community CPR whenever you shop smile.amazon.com - You just choose Community CPR as your organization.
HONORARIUMS & MEMORIALS
VENMO OR CASH APP DONATIONS
We welcome any and all donations via Venmo or Cash app!
Venmo App Username:
Cash App Username:
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Community CPR has amazing volunteers. The CCPR team is growing, but it will always have "room for more growth." Without people of all ages, backgrounds, and life circumstances, there is no way the mission of the nonprofit could be met. From moving and delivering furniture to organizing clothes and donations in the CCPR warehouse, to help with increasing amounts of administrative tasks...the list goes on. There are a large number of ways volunteerism is needed – and helpful to the community both before, during, and after a disaster.
Want to know more? Contact us to find out how you can be a part of Community CPR.
TELL A FRIEND
SEND THEM A LINK TO THIS PAGE.......
Community CPR (Connecting People & Resources)
We are a disaster relief organization that mobilizes communities to help themselves.
We coordinate and offer resources and funding so neighbors help neighbors, restoring and improving people’s lives – and the community -- after a life crisis or natural disaster.