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November 15, 2021

#GivingTuesday It’s been a tough couple of years. Right!? If you’re like us, you’re still rediscovering how to do your best amidst the worst conditions. For over 27 years, the Clarkston Community Center has been a vital resource to the community of Clarkston and DeKalb County and Atlanta area residents in times of change. Here,…

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CCC Coat/Jacket Drive

November 1, 2021

This fall season we are hosting a Coat/Jacket Drive to collect puff jackets, trench coats, windbreakers, and every other type of coat or jacket for all ages. We will be accepting these items until November 30th. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT DONATED ITEMS ARE CLEAN AND IN GOOD CONDITION. Our drop-off location is listed below: Clarkston…

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CCC Holiday Season Food Pantry Drive

November 1, 2021

For the 2021 holiday season, the Clarkston Cares Food Pantry is looking to collect over 200 cans of non-perishable food items in order to provide them to families that participate in our monthly food pantry distribution. By clicking the link below, you have the opportunity of providing useful food items to families in need this…

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CCC Quiet Zones 2.0 After School Program


When: Monday-Thursday 3:30pm to 6pm

Where: Clarkston Community Center 3701 College Avenue Clarkston, GA 30021

Who: Rising 1st graders to rising 12th graders

For more information, please contact our Youth Coordinator at

To register your child(ren) please click the following link: CCC Afterschool Quiet Zones 2.0 Application

Once you complete the registration application, you will need to either email it to or bring it to the center on your child(ren)'s first day.

Courtney Wilson, Aviano Middle/High School student, gets help with her math homework during a tutoring session at Aviano Air Base, Italy, Oct. 4. allows students to ask questions from subjects like math, science, social studies and English as well as helping with SAT and ACT preparation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Matthew Lotz)

NOTE: Please stay up to date on DeKalb County's scheduling and protocols in terms of your child's schooling in
regards to COVID-19 cases.

The effects Coronavirus has on our community

The Clarkston Community Center is a place of refuge and safety for thousands of people. The community relies on us in times of need, and now, more than ever is our chance to come together in a time of uncertainty. There is no other way to say it, but we need your help. The majority of the residents in Clarkston live under the poverty line with  1 in 2 children living in poverty.

We ask that you consider donating to the Clarkston Community Center, in order to help us provide the necessities and resources for the families of Clarkston who desperately need our help. With your donation, the Clarkston Community Center can help ease the burden that the families will have during this difficult time. We stand with our community and will always remain a safe place for anyone who comes through our doors.

Copy of Copy of 4th Annual International Food and Wine Gala (10)

Donate online securely:

Make checks payable to:

Clarkston Community Center
P.O. Box 217
Clarkston GA 30021-0217

Be a part of one of America's most diverse communities


Immerse yourself

We are a gathering place for education, recreation, and the arts for long-time residents, newly-arriving refugees, transplanted Americans and established internationals in Clarkston, GA.

Everyone is welcome

We celebrate the diversity and strengths of our truly international community, and aid the needs of our citizens who represent over 150 ethnic groups.

Get involved - there's much work to be done!

There are so many opportunities for involvement, we have something for almost everyone.
Join one of our many events, activities or classes, or donate your time or resources.

Host your event here

With rooms of various sizes, the historic charm of the Clarkston Community Center is the ideal backdrop for corporate and non-profit events, weddings, receptions, and family celebrations. 

Help one of America's most diverse communities in this time of need.