Support is at the center of the Cordle Cares Foundationthe center of the Cordle Cares Foundation (CCF). Given proper support, CCF believes that anything is possible. If you want to help support the community, there are several ways that you can get involved through CCF. You can contribute financially or with your time. Please read more about our upcoming projects
Giving is the goal of the Cordle Cares Foundation. Whether you are giving financially or of your time, CCF believes that giving makes a huge difference in the community. When you give back to your community by “paying it forward” you are helping others reach their true potential. If you would like to
give to CCF please click here.
Without hope, nothing would be achieved. You can help CCF give hope to those in need by helping at one of our many functions. Please click on our events page to see where you can donate your time and talents.
2017 Scholarship Applications Available
Four (4) $1000.00 scholarships will be awarded to Fairfield County seniors who have demonstrated service to their community, participation in extra-curricular activities, and strong academic performance.
Two (2) additional $1,000 Brian Sampson Memorial Scholarships will be awarded to seniors from Lancaster High School who have participated in at least one high school sport along with school and community activities. Sampson was a football coach at Lancaster High School who lost his life to cancer.
The deadline to apply is March 13th.
Click here for application.
Cordle Cares Foundation
Cordle Cares Foundation is a 503(c) non-profit charity whose goal is to provide help for those who need it the most. The vision of CCF is simple: Support gives Hope. It is a simple vision but a profound thought. Imagine what could be accomplished if everyone was able to have support provided for them. We feel amazing things would be accomplished and want to see it come to fruition. This is why CCF was founded by Jimmy Cordle. Jim is an Offensive Lineman for the New York Giants and started CCF as his way to provide support. (read more about Jim Cordle)