Salvation Army Community Service Volunteers Donate to CCC’s Redd’s House Pantry

Ryan receiving a check from Sonya from the Salvation Army

Picture L to R: Ryan McCune, CCC Vice President for Student Services/Deputy IX Coordinator and Sonya Cantrell, Volunteer for the Salvation Army Community Service Volunteers

Coffeyville Community College (CCC) is pleased to announce a generous donation from the Salvation Army Community Service Volunteers to Redd’s House Pantry, a vital resource dedicated to supporting enrolled students. This contribution will enhance the pantry's ability to provide essential supplies to students in need.

Redd’s House is an initiative by Coffeyville Community College aimed at assisting students during challenging times by offering access to crucial resources such as food, hygiene products, school supplies, and clothing. The pantry plays an essential role in ensuring that students have the necessary support to focus on their studies and achieve academic success.

The Salvation Army's donation comes at a crucial time, as more students face economic challenges and increased need for support services. This partnership underscores the importance of community collaboration in addressing student needs and promoting educational attainment.

“We are deeply grateful to the Salvation Army Community Service Volunteers for their generous support,” said Ryan McCune, Vice President for Students Services of Coffeyville Community College. “This donation will make a significant difference in the lives of our students, ensuring they have the resources they need to succeed.”

Redd’s House Pantry is open to all enrolled students at CCC, providing a discreet and welcoming environment for those who need assistance. The pantry is stocked with a variety of items aimed at alleviating the day-to-day challenges that can impact a student's ability to focus on their education.

For more information about Redd’s House Pantry or to find out how you can support this initiative, please email [email protected]