C12 Hurricane Florence Relief Fund
Hundreds of Members and friends of The C12 Group are experiencing wide-spread devastation in the wake of Hurricane Florence. To help provide relief, C12 has partnered with the National Christian Foundation (NCF), to launch the C12 Carolinas Hurricane Florence Relief Fund.
The relief fund will receive tax-deductible contributions and make grants to nonprofit organizations in the Carolinas that are providing desperately needed assistance in the days, weeks, and months ahead. NCF will match C12 Hurricane Florence Relief Fund donations up to $10,000.
C12 President and CEO, Mike Sharrow, says, “We have the privilege of serving more than 350 marketplace leaders across North Carolina who then employ and work with more than a million families. Living out our mission to equip Christian CEOs and Owners to build great businesses for a greater purpose gets real in times like this when so many are hurting.”
NCF Carolinas Regional Director, Richard Newton, says, “NCF Carolinas is grateful to partner with C12 to empower our local business community to lead the way in these vital relief efforts.”
To make tax-deductible donations to the C12 Hurricane Florence Disaster Relief Fund, go tohttps://www.ncfgiving.com/c12fund.
Checks can also be mailed to the National Christian Foundation at P.O. Box 98446, Raleigh, NC 27624. Please note C12 Hurricane Florence Relief Fund in the memo section of your check.
Sharrow says, “We hope to provide tangible expressions of God’s love and care in this time of need across those communities recovering from Hurricane Florence.”
The C12 Group is the nation’s largest network of Christian CEOs, business owners, and executives. Located in major metro areas across the United States, The C12 Group serves businesses with 5 to 5,000+ employees and annual revenues ranging from $1 million to $1 billion+.
The National Christian Foundation (NCF), currently the 8th-largest U.S. charity, is a charitable giving ministry that provides wise giving solutions for Christian families and their advisors.