This program assists students who need help to make their Christmas wishes come true!
As a club, we "adopt" a needy CFCC student's family (through our college foundation)
If you would like to help by donating gift cards or other goods, let us know! We raffled off a 19 " flat screen t.v. and
raise $254.00 to help a CFCC family for 2012. An instructor won the T.V. and then he donated it to a deserving student!
Harvest Health, Welfare and Safety Fair: Every October
Volunteers needed to set up and man the table at the Schwartz
Center...We will be collecting canned goods for out College Project
and also presenting a workshop on our HIA project.
Work on Wilmington: Every April
Each April we participate in WOW. It is an annual event sponsored by the
Wilmington Chamber of Commerce. City wide projects are assigned to
various groups to work on non-profit organizations. In the past we worked
on the Children's Museum, the WYCA and the Community
Boys and Girls Club.
It was a rewarding experience for the PTK members.
Wow! what a turnout for the 2012 event at the Children's Easter Seal Center!
26 officers and members came out and painted, landscaped, built a stage and fellowshiped on April 21st!
You guys are AWESOME!!!
Relay For Life
In the past we have joined forces with other student groups and community organizations at Ashley
High School to
walk and help raise money to fight cancer. This past April over 20 PTK members came out and
we raised over
$2500 for the American Cancer Society in the last 4 years.
No events scheduled currently. But if you know of one, contact me; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mission of Project Graduation is to battle the social issues of hunger
and illiteracy by collecting books and non-perishable food items at college
commencement ceremonies for distribution to needy recipients through
communities relief agencies and literacy organizations.Each graduation we
collect books and food for local shelters.This year we ar collecting food for our partner:
the NC Food Bank.
To contact us:
Phi Theta Kappa
Susan E. Clarke