Kids who graduate high school and attend college or receive training for a specific skill are far more likely to find good jobs, be productive citizens, enjoy a fulfilling life and less likely to fall into poverty, crime, teen pregnancy, and other challenges. If you are struggling to provide the clothes and supplies your children need to be successful in school, you may be eligible for help from Children in Need.Find out more...
Please join CIN on Sat, April 30 at 1PM at the Beaver Creek Country Club for a 2-man scramble! Players can only use 3 clubs! $85 per person which includes 18 holes w/cart, range balls, lunch, drinks, dinner, awards and prizes! Contact Anne Martin for tickets and details: 301-964-5145. Proceeds benefit Children In Need!
We are looking for additional volunteers to help our children! Visit us here for more information: http://childreninneedwashingtoncounty.org/volunteer/
Principals from local schools enjoyed the opportunity to select school supplies for needy students recently at Children in Need. Thanks to office supply companies, Staedtler-MARS NA and the Staples Chambersburg Distribution Center, more than 50 pallets of supplies, including pencils, pens, binders, markers, notebooks, modeling clay, desk organizers and erasers, to were donated to Children…
Thank you for participating in Washington County Gives 2015! We appreciate all of the donors and the 68 participating nonprofits for inspiring philanthropy in Washington County in order to make it a better place to live and work. Raised for Local Nonprofits: 2,561 gifts Totaling $364,080.66 For more information on this program, click here.
What Our Friends Say
There are checks and balances in how CIN is run to ensure no one abuses the system and everything is being used appropriately. When you donate to CIN, it stays in our community.
I’m so impressed by this organization. It’s like a family and everyone who comes here is so grateful. The clients are always so kind and polite.
Literally thousands of kids in Washington County would be coming to school in the exact same outfit day after day if it wasn’t for CIN. My staff look at CIN as a valuable key on their keyring. Nearly 700 kids designated as homeless in our county and all of them are blessed by CIN.