What Makes a Great Chapter
With 40+ Chapters (and counting!) across the state, we’ve grown relationships with counselors, nurses, teachers, social workers, and staff members who serve as our Chapter Liaisons in each school district. We rely on our Liaisons to ensure that each Chapter can quickly, effectively, and confidentially meet students’ needs in each community. Learn more about what it takes to start a Care to Learn chapter.
Our Impact Story
Items like a coat, a meal, or a toothbrush have the ability to drastically impact a child's life. Watch a teacher, board member, and other school staff share about the difference Care to Learn can make.
What We Do
Access to health, hunger, and hygiene resources is a common barrier to school attendance and affects a student’s ability to learn. We strategically partner with schools and community members to fill these gaps and help keep students focused on what matters the most.
Care to Learn empowers school staff and faculty to respond to needs immediately. They are taught how to identify student needs and how to help low-income students succeed, which helps keep administrative costs low. Needs are met anonymously and immediately to maintain students’ dignity by utilizing local community resources.