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Ways to Give

Hoover Christian School has many ways to donate and give to the school’s mission. A few ways we really want to highlight are ways that are Passive. This means you live your life and Hoover Christian School benefits from the things you buy!

Publix keyring cards

Publix is one of the leading grocery stores in our area and we’ve partnered with them so that you can “Help your school every time you shop at Publix.” Let your money go further by feeding your family and giving them a better education.

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BoxTops for Education

BoxTops for education have been around since 1996. General Mills wanted to create a program to help support education and benefit America’s schools – and so, Box Tops for Education™ was born. Today, you can find Box Tops on hundreds of products throughout the grocery store and online.

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Do you love Amazon? We do! Amazon has a program that doesn’t cost you a cent extra, AmazonSmile. The prices are all the same for you, it’s just that certain items are now eligible that when bought, a percentage of that cost will go to charity. Now, Hoover Christian School is one of those charities!

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Giving Online

Current Projects

There are two projects Hoover Christian School is currently working towards:

1.  HCS is currently raising monies to update our play area in the back of the school.  This includes, but is not limited to, updating the "pebbles" to a recycle rubber substance for a softer landing, removing some of the pine trees and adding cypress trees on the other side of the fence (the pine straw is very slick for children when they are playing); terracing the play area so that there is less erosion during rain; adding another permanent basketball hoop that is lower for the younger children; adding some outdoor eating areas for when children want to eat outside.

2.  HCS needs to cover the dormer windows for the "non-existence" attic access.  The outside of the dormer areas is in less than ideal shape.  Doing this may mean that HCS needs to re-roof the entire building.  This area of need is still in the preliminary stages.

You can contact the school principal, Lori Abbott ( for more details on these two projects.