Through the power of Jesus Christ….Helping individuals and families overcome and avoid emergency crisis.
Making a Local Impact
Donations to Christian Clearing House (CCH) are used to provide emergency assistance for our neighbors facing financial, emotional,or spiritual needs in Hancock County.
For example, our organization can help local Hancock County residents pay an electric bill or monthly rent or buy groceries. Approximately 1,200 local lives are touched each month by our organization and your charitable donations. Thanks to you, we are making a positive difference in the lives of local individuals and families!
CCH is an association of area churches that pool their resources to provide this assistance. Donations can be made through area churches or directly to CCH. Christian Clearing House is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
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CCH’s Director Receives Award
CCH was honored on September 8, 2017 when Executive Director Tammy Stahl received the Golden Eagle Award at a luncheon hosted by the Dollar Energy …Read More >>
|DAILY ACTS OF KINDNESS: At Christian Clearing House (CCH) the staff and volunteers seldom get to see the impact they make in the lives of those we help. Jill (Office Manager) received this email:
I just wanted to say thank you for taking the time to help me earlier this week with the problem I was having regarding my electric bill. I greatly appreciate you taking the time to help me— after hours, to resolve my situation. Sometimes when you are trying to work to provide for your family and can’t accommodate an office’s schedule, you are unable to get the help you need. Thank you for seeing me and allowing me to continue to provide for my family without interruption. Sometimes something as small as missing out on half an hour of work makes a difference between being able to pay my bills and have enough for gas money and not. I really felt like a person and not a number. So, thank you for allowing me the opportunity to receive your assistance. Without it, I would have gone home to no electricity yesterday. Instead, I went home with my children and made dinner and thought about how truly blessed our community is to have a wonderful and rare organization such as yours. Thank you again!
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