The Headley Carter Cares Foundation (HCCF) is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization that advocates for school-age children identified by their school systems as having social, emotional, and behavioral challenges.
These children are too often invisible to society, disconnected from mainstream opportunities because of their behavior and limited finances. The Foundation is committed to enriching their lives by providing access to after-school and community activities.
While most of these children have above-average IQs, their environments impact the way they see themselves in the world. We focus on their strengths rather than on their challenges. HCCF serves as a bridge to help children in need access resources in their communities.
Our Mission is to support the needs of children with emotional disabilities by:
Empowering children with academic and behavioral challenges to succeed
Bridging the financial gap for families in need
Helping children and their families access school and community resources
(NOTE: The Vision Statement is what the foundation wants to be in the future. The following is a draft statement for review. If other wording is available, please provide.)
Our vision is to unlock the potential in children we serve so they can soar higher than they ever imagined.
Meet Our Board
Members of the Board of HCCF are our ambassadors and advocates, working to ensure that the Foundation’s activities and transactions advance its mission; and make decisions that are in the best interest of HCCF and the children and families we serve. Equally important, our Board contributes to the organization’s culture, strategic focus, effectiveness, and financial sustainability.
Marcia Carter, Chair of the Board
Ashley Jackson, title
Dr. Kwanna Hayes, title