Your donation to Clover Area Assistance Center will be put to immediate use, allowing us to continue our mission of helping our neighbors in need. By donating, you are sending a clear message to the families of Clover that you have not given up on helping strengthen our community one generous action at a time.

Clover Area Assistance Center
1130 Highway 55 East
P.O. Box 521
Clover, SC 29710-1418
Phone: (803)222-4837
Fax: (803)222-4026

Ways to Give

  • Monetary Donation
    • Cash
    • Make checks payable to: CAAC:
      Clover Area Assistance Center
      P.O. Box 521
      Clover, SC 29710-1418
    • Make a Donation online through PayPal

  • “Planned Giving”
    • Charitable Bequest
    • IRA Charitable Rollover
    • Life Insurance

By making a planned gift to Clover Area Assistance Center, you will become a member of our Legacy Society.  For more information on this type of giving, please call us.  Under the guidance of a local attorney, we have people who can assist you in understanding and making arrangements for this type of giving.

  • “Participate in Our Fundraising Events”
    • Attend our annual Gala
    • Donate Silent Auction items
    • Be a sponsor for one of our many events
  • “Donate Pantry Items”
    • Food
    • Toiletry Items
    • Paper Products
    • Cleaning Supplies
    • Pet Food

If you are interested in planning a food drive through your church, school, place of employment, or civic organization, we have information on how to run a successful food drive!

Clover Area Assistance Center is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.  All donations are deductible to the extent allowed by law.  Receipts and/or thank you letters are provided for all donations.

How your donations are used

Clover Area Assistance Center has only three part-time employees and a staff of over 60 dedicated volunteers.  With low overhead, the majority of all funds go directly toward providing Clover families with food, financial assistance, medical and dental care, and education.  As a donor, you always have the right to designate which services you would like your gift to support.

Here are just some of the ways your funds are used:

  • Purchase of food items for our Full Choice Pantry
  • Directly pay utility companies to stop or delay cut-off, allowing individuals much needed time to get their finances in order
  • Directly pay landlords to avoid eviction
  • Fund education programs and classes that help those in need move one step closer to less dependence on outside resources