Cabarrus County Education Foundation


The Cabarrus County Education Foundation is officially at capacity for its second Corporate Luncheon on Wednesday, September 16!luncheon web

“We are so very excited to be preparing for our second luncheon at Charlotte Motor Speedway", said Rachel Wilkes, CCEF Executive Director. "Our organization can only be as strong as those who choose to take the time to support it…and we are so very grateful for the continued support that we have received both at our inaugural fundraiser last year and at our Luncheon in a couple of weeks.”

“I look forward to events like these where you can see the faces and the names of those supporters and where you can gather together at a space and place in time for a common purpose. September 16 will be another big chapter in our story and a chance to share what all your support was able to do and continues to accomplish in Cabarrus County Schools!”

I would like to go ahead and thank the following businesses for attending and making this event THE place to be in September!. . .

Summa Cum Laude
Ben Mynatt Family of Dealerships
S&D Coffee and Tea

Dean's List
Duke Energy
Vulcan Materials Company
Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice
Wells Fargo

Honor Roll
Charlotte Motor Speedway
Electric Power Research Institute
Hartsell & Williams, PA
Hendrick Automall Concord Mills
W. Brian King, Certified Financial PlannerTM
Morris-Berg Architects
Motor Racing Network
PSNC Energy

Bank of NC
Blythe Construction
Cabarrus County Schools – Leadership Team
Connect Christian Church
Ellis Jewelers
F&M Bank
GATE Pregnancy Resource Center
Great Wolf Lodge
Heather Littrell & Associates
Perry Productions
Potter & Company, PA
Propst Brothers Distributing
Seven Oaks Supply Company
TEAM Honeycutt
Uwharrie Bank
CCEF Special Guests

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Please support the Cabarrus County Education Foundation. To donate, contact Amy Gough at