A community a place to grow and thrive and is also a source of support for various needs. The launch of Clinton Community Christian Cooperation’s new website www.hello4cs.org is helping to create awareness of some of the needs in the Clinton community and to coordinate available resources and efforts to meet those needs. The new website contains information about community programs that 4C’s sponsors, FAQs, an about us section, and contact information.
“We believe our new website will help spread the word that we are here, and we are here to help,” stated John Sullivan, President of the Board of Directors. Since its inception, the 4C’s has made a practice to partner with other groups to help those in need. Local churches, civic organizations, businesses and private donors collaborate with the agency in meeting those needs.
“The Clinton Community Christian Corporation wanted a responsive website that promotes their mission so that others in the community can get involved,” stated David Crawford, CEO of web development firm U.S.NEXT. “We sought to design a dynamic, user-friendly website that makes it easy to find information, whether on a computer or a mobile device.”
The Clinton Community Christian Corporation is a non-profit, tax-exempt social service agency and is governed by a Board of Directors chosen from the community. Since 1971 they have helped families with essentials of everyday living such as food, clothing, and housing repairs.