This Week’s Nonprofit Spotlight is The Concerned Citizens Network of Alexandria

concerned_citizens_network_of_alexandria_logoWhat Is the Concerned Citizens Network of Alexandria?

The Concerned Citizens Network of Alexandria has an extensive vision to create “A model community where all stakeholders contribute to student education and to the opportunity for every student to realize their individual potential.” To one day reach this vision, the CCNA works to reduce dropout rates, increase student achievement levels, change impact from a “risk” to a “promise”, develop partnerships among all communities and increase the number of students transitioning from high school into higher education or career paths in the Alexandria City Public Schools. These efforts are in part with other nonprofit organizations, local government and businesses, faith based organization and educators.

 

The Concerned Citizens Network of Alexandria’s Mission

“To empower a comprehensive community wide effort to increase student achievement and to reduce the dropout rates in Alexandria City Public Schools.”

 

Program Highlights

In a joint effort with the stakeholders of Alexandria, the Concerned Citizens Network of Alexandria has created R.A.R.E, “Reach and Rise for Education”. The program features math literacy, online learning programs, self paced curriculum, mentorships and other services to better improve the dropout rate and lives of children in Alexandria.

 

How You Can Get Involved

To donate to the Concerned Citizens Network of Alexandria and to help in increasing student achievement rates please visit their website at http://www.ccnalexandria.org/index.html. 

You can also donate to CCNA via the United Way Combined Federal Campaign #94370

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