How You Can Help
Action for Success Program
Action for Success is an evidence-based drop out prevention program in all Brunswick County middle schools, Lincoln Elementary, Jessie Mae Monroe Elementary, Supply Elementary, and Waccamaw School that works by building relationships that remove the barriers to learning and improve ways our community responds to needs of at-risk students and their families.
Here are a few ways you can help:
- Mentor a student
- Tutor a student
- Donate needed school supplies
- Read to or listen to a reader
- Furnish clothing for children in need
- Join a child for school lunch (Lunch Buddy program)
- Participate in Career Day
- Donate financially to support the program
If you’re interested in volunteering for the Action for Success Program, call Mallory Wells at (910) 351-8007 or contact us online today.
21st Century Community Learning Center – Supply Elementary
The purpose of our 21st Century Community Learning Center (21 CCLC) is to enrich the lives of Brunswick County elementary students academically, socially, culturally, emotionally and physically. 21CCLC, in partnership with Brunswick County Schools, is an after-school program designed to help students meet local and state academic standards in Reading and Math by offering a variety of activities that complement academic programs.
An array of project-based learning activities in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) related fields are designed to increase the participants learning and innovation skills such as creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving.
There are many ways you can help:
- Donate program supplies
- Donate board games, educational games and educational books
- Recruit community partners to work with the programs
- Volunteer to assist in the afterschool 21 CCLC program
If 21st Century Community Learning Center sounds interesting to you, call Allison Kaplan at (910) 946-1146 or contact us to find out how you can get started right away.
Adult volunteers are the foundation upon which Peer Court operates. As a volunteer, you provide the needed community support to help address the problem of at-risk and delinquent youth in a positive and constructive way.
Here are some ideas for helping out:
- Volunteers with legal knowledge to mentor students
- Recruit a restaurant to donate pizza once a month for student and adult volunteers
- Donate financially to support the program
If you’d like to help support Peer Court Programs, we’d love to hear from you!
Peer Court School Contacts
Taylor Watkins – Cedar Grove Middle School email@example.com
Ruth Thompson – Leland Middle School firstname.lastname@example.org
Olivia Hintz – Shallotte Middle School email@example.com
Bryan Mills – South Brunswick Middle School firstname.lastname@example.org
Drew Jordan – Supply Elementary School email@example.com
Corri Proctor – Waccamaw School firstname.lastname@example.org
LeAnn Cain – Jessie Mae Monroe Elementary email@example.com
Morgan Fragale – Lincoln Elementary firstname.lastname@example.org
Calie Capps Hodgson – Town Creek Middle email@example.com
CIS Thrift Shops
Did you know that Communities In Schools of Brunswick County has four CIS Thrift Shops located in Boiling Spring Lakes, Leland, Southport, and Sunset Beach?
We could use your volunteer help with:
- Receiving and sorting donations
- Greeting customers
- Customer Service
- Retail Sales
- Making donations of clothing, housewares, furniture, etc.
- Local pick up of donation items for shops
Call Bonnie Jordan at (910) 351-8007 or contact us for details.
Did you know that the majority of our financial resources originate right here in our community? And that means we’re always in need of fundraising help.
Some of the ways you can help:
- Event sponsorships
- Product donation for fundraising auctions or raffles
- Volunteer to serve on various committees related to fundraising
- Provide services to enhance fundraising events (i.e. graphics artist, marketing skills)
- Donate a car, truck, boat, trailer or other vehicles to help support our programs
Call Bonnie Jordan at (910) 351-8007 or contact us online for details on how you can participate in our fundraising efforts.
Becoming a CIS volunteer
Volunteers must complete a volunteer application and background check form to volunteer with Communities In Schools of Brunswick County. Please download, print, fill out completely, and return the application and background check to your designated CIS program or administrative office for processing. Thank you for your willingness to help our students!
CIS Program/Office Volunteer Application
CIS Thrift Shop Volunteer Application