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Giving Tuesday

Cash For Chromebooks

This year we are receiving your gifts on #GivingTuesday for a very important project we refer to as “CASH 4 CHROMEBOOKS!”

This is a huge replacement year for Chromebooks we purchased with your help during the “Building on the Vision” Campaign 6 years ago.

Could it come at more strategic time?!  With nearly 70 of our students learning remotely and with one experience of being entirely remote last year, we’ve become acutely aware of the necessity for each student to have a Chromebook available.

When this device is supplied by CHCS, we can be certain that our Educational apps and platforms work effectively.  In addition, we can assure that each student is safe and being monitored for safety while using our device.

Would you help us?!  Ask the Lord what you might be able to give and join our faculty and staff by liking and sharing our video and making your donation now. We will keep this campaign open through December.

Would you join us TODAY on #Giving Tuesday for “CASH 4 CHROMEBOOKS?!

Thank you in advance for your generosity!

Pastor Wilson

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