We are a nonprofit organization comprised of a team of deputy clerks who work for the Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller. Our mission is to raise funds for other nonprofits having a direct impact on our community.
At our inception in 2010, our primary focus was fighting cancer, raising nearly
$100,000 for the American Cancer Society in our first five years.
Clerks for a Cure organizes assorted fundraising events, including, raffles, offsite bingo, a golf tournament, and much more. These fundraising efforts support and raise awareness of our charitable partners as they enrich lives and provide hope to those in need. Contributions received have a positive impact on our collective efforts and provide services for friends, family, and neighbors.
In 2017 we diversified our focus, while we still providing volunteers and support to the American Cancer Society, our financial efforts shifted to support other organizations working to improve the lives of others in our community.
In 2018 we are raising funds for two nonprofits that perform mighty work on behalf of the citizens of Pasco County.
- Each week, The Thomas Promise Foundation packs more than 1,000 backpacks with safe, non-perishable, and nutritious food to get Pasco students through the weekend when school meals are not available.
- Pasco County Animal Services’ goal is to ensure the health and safety of the people and pets in our community by encouraging responsible pet ownership through education and legislation, and by providing incentives to sterilize pets.
- We are also sponsoring service organizations, like Habitat for Humanity, through donating time and promoting awareness.