OUR MISSION

Clarke Cares Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that aims to save lives and reduce suffering from mosquito and water-borne illnesses for those with critical needs around the world. From struggling communities to disaster zones, please join us in this effort to help those who need it most.

Learn more about:

Net for Net Project in Nigeria

Safe Water Saves Lives Project Honduras

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Creative fundraising initiatives are springing up across America, thanks to the efforts of our generous partners. We hope you get involved.

Remarkable Success Story

On June 13, 2013, The Carter Center distributed a press release announcing that Plateau and Nasarawa states are the first Nigerian states to stop the transmission of lymphatic filariasis (LF), also commonly known as elephantiasis. This is quite an achievement, as Nigeria is one of the most endemic countries in the world for LF with 22 million people infected and over an additional 100 million at risk. Read More...

Save the Date for the 2022 CCF Charity Golf Outing.

The 2022 Clarke Cares Foundation Charity Golf Tournament will be held at Cantigny Golf on August 22.  For over 10 years, the event has brought together many friends, partners and organizations to have fun and help raise money to provide mosquito bed nets to protect Nigerian families from malaria and lymphatic filariasis.  Since our first mosquito bed net outreach project and with generous supporters, we have helped to provide nets for over 680,000 people!  We will continue to work with the Carter Center to deliver those nets to people in need in Nigeria. 

Learn more about the 2022 event and register today!

 

Partnering with Pure Water for the World, gives us the opportunity to help others to live healthier by aiding to protect them from  water-borne diseases.

Pure Water for the World, a non-profit founded in 1999, is focused on improving lives by empowering people with access to life’s most basic necessities…safe water and sanitation. 

Learn more about PWW and our newest fundraising project>