WHAT WE DO
CCCF seeks to preserve & promote our natural resources, wildlife, and landscapes through long term preservation efforts. We hope to renovate our communities through numerous beautification efforts.
Ongoing efforts seeking to unite our communities. River Fest, Community Day, Free Little Libraries, & our Black History Month Banner Project are all examples of our outreach programs.
COMMUNITY CRISIS FUND
Financial account established to provide assistance to Calhoun County during a community crisis, such as a global pandemic, hurricane, flood, wildfire, or other natural disasters affecting the community as a whole.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
You can make a monetary donation at any time to any CCCF Fund.
- General Operating Fund
- Community Crisis Fund
- Revitalization Fund
- Become a River Fest Sponsor
- Shop at Mercantile850
Sign up to be a volunteer with CCCF by clicking the icon above. When the need arises for a project or event we will contact you with details.
We are looking for enthusiastic people who love where they live and want to make a difference in their community. We don’t ask for any dues we ask for dedication. Take a seat at the table and let us hear your ideas for the future of Calhoun County.
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Amanda Reisen started the Altha "Stop Sign Project" back in 2019 as a way to revitalize Altha's Mainstreet using bricks from the original Altha School that was lost following Hurricane Michael in 2018.
Shop for a Cause at Mercantile 850
Mercantile 850 is a fundraising effort of the CCCF. All funds raised go back into our Calhoun County communities. Check out our 850 inspired apparel, gifts, and accessories.