Breaking news: the four charity partners of Clayne Crawford Foundation

The Clayne Crawford Foundation has currently partnered with four amazing charities, fundraising via a number of avenues:

The Pig Out Picnic on March 31st – tickets now on sale

Credit: Clayne Crawford

T-shirts and bead bracelets via their shop

Donations via supporters and Team Clayne and the fan family

Visit the Clayne Crawford Foundation website for more information.

Breaking news:

The fourth charity CCF are working with has just been announced as Forever Home, First Light Shelter in Birmingham.

The charity is located in downtown Birmingham and offers the only emergency shelter accepting homeless women and families 24 hours a day, a place of acceptance where guests can begin to regain dignity, hope and independence.

This video explains more, as does their website:

Pets for Vets

Credit: Pets for Vets

The charity says: “By connecting our nation’s military Veterans with rescued animals, Pets for Vets helps create second chances and new beginnings .

With over 300 successful matches and counting, we are changing lives one lick at a time.”

The charity is making a lifelong match between animals from a shelter and Veterans via their dedicated volunteer trainers, preparing the pets for their new life as a Veteran companion.

Here’s the inspiring story of how Pets for Vets brought Casey and his ‘battle buddy’ dog Jazzy together:

More informationĀ 

Veterans Healing Farm


The charity says: “We exist to serve veterans by offering workshops on innovative farming techniques and foster a thriving micro-community of veterans and civilians who build deep friendships and cultivate emotional, physical, and spiritual health.

“Additionally, we support our nation’s veterans by growing and donating high-quality fruits, vegetables, and flower bouquets to veterans and their caregivers free of charge.”

Find out more

Campus Veterans Association

cva-350The association says: ” At the University of Alabama, the Campus Veterans Association will provide a support network for veterans, dependents, and survivors; a social experience that builds on the bonds forged during service; and a voice that advocates for the military community.”

To find out more information about joining visit the University’s website.

Author: Jo Ridout

Copyright: Team Clayne words, logos and videos belong to the charities



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