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November 2015

Catalog of Giving

This year, CCPC is honored to be included along with over 100 other area non-profits in the Statesman Journal’s Catalog of Giving. For the third year in a row, this catalog has been published in order to provide residents of the Mid-Willamette Valley with opportunities to give much-need items to the groups who are helping our community. Each non-profit was invited to share three requests

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New Video

Local digital artist Chris Hahn recently produced a video for CCPC detailing what we do for the youth in our community. The 5-minute video features testimonials from CCPC staff, proctor parents, and former CCPC youth. The video is now featured on the front page of our website (in the bottom left corner). Check it out, spread it around, and think about how you might

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Orphan Sunday

November 8, 2015 was recognized by the Christian Alliance for Orphans as Orphan Sunday, a day recognized annually in which churches across the world are asked to consider how they can help those who are fatherless. Many churches today are finding a growing number of their members involved in foster care, adoption, and other forms of orphan care. This year CCPC was invited to

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