Community Education relies on the support of our generous community to continue to meet the needs of Bowling Green-Warren County through the programs we offer. Remember, ALL donations are tax-deductible.

Did you know that by supporting Community Education through your donation you will be supporting children in your program or others? For children with special needs a one-on-one aide can be provided at $5,300 per child for two semesters. The aide provides additional support for the child to be an active and engaged participant in the program. Your support will make a difference for the families with special needs children.

Absolutely 100 percent of the money raised will stay in Warren County and will be used for local programs. Such programs include before- and after-school programs that provide child care to about 1,000 local children of working parents; Teen Angel, which provides Christmas assistance to needy teenagers in school; enrichment opportunities for adults; summer activities for children, and much, much more.

We could not feasibly cover such costs without generous donations from our community.

Thank you!

The best way to help is to DONATE!


Monetary donations can be made by calling or coming by our office. Donations can be in the form of cash, check, or debit/credit cards (American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa).

You can also click on the PayPal image below to make a monetary donation through their website.

Walmart Spark Good Round Up:

When shopping on or the Walmart app you can now Round Up to help us as part of Spark Good.
Web/Mobile: Visit and sign in to your account. Search for a charity. you can search for your local charity (by name, by cause, by type), or use the zip code and cause type search to choose a charity close to you. Click “Search” Once you select a charity, under Round Up, click “Select this Charity” If you would like your future orders to round up and donate by default, opt in by sliding the button to the right. Click “Done! Start making an impact”.
In future orders, you will see the “Round up” amount appear when you view the check-out cart. You can uncheck the box if you do not want to donate the round up sum for specific purchases, or you can leave the box checked if you wish to round up and donate your change.
100% of your Round Up donation is tax deductible to the extent otherwise allowed by law.
You can track the status of your Round Up donations in your Account.

Kroger Community Rewards:


Community Education is enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards Program. This means that through your shopping at Kroger and using your Kroger Plus Card, a portion of all eligible purchases will be donated to us. This is not an extra charge at the time you shop or an fee you have to pay. However, to elect Community Education to receive this donation you will need to sign up NOW. However, you can change your nonprofit designation online at any time.

Click the button below for step-by-step instructions on how to elect Community Education as your designated nonprofit. If you have not setup your account with your Kroger card, it will help you do that as well.

Other Resources:

We are always in need of coloring books, crayons, markers, construction paper, loose-leaf paper, wired notebooks, pencils, pens, children’s scissors, glue, children’s games, children’s puzzles, etc

Items can be donated at our office during office hours.

Thank you for your support!