Clark Cares | Volunteer

Help Clark & Lane Howard build a Ronald McDonald House

Help Clark & Lane Howard build a Ronald McDonald House

Clark and his wife Lane will match your donations dollar for dollar. Donate today and double your money to help sick children and their families who need temporary housing as they travel to receive specialized medical care.

Christmas Kids Campaign

Christmas Kids Campaign

Annually each Christmas season: Every kid deserves a toy at Christmas! For 22 years and counting years, Clark Howard, his generous listeners, and News/Talk WSB team up with Georgia DFACS to provide gifts for children in foster care across Georgia.

Because of YOUR generosity, the "Christmas Kids Campaign" collects about half of all the gifts given to children in foster care. Whether you donate online or in person, show a child someone cares about them this year!

See how you helped the children.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity

Annually, December-March: Atlanta Habitat partners with working families, sponsors and communities to build affordable, quality homes and to provide support services that promote successful home purchases and ownership for families in need.

Learn more about Clark's Habitat home builds, and volunteer for an upcoming build.

Movember: Men's Cancer Awareness

Movember: Men's Cancer Awareness

Annually each November: Why is Clark wearing a mustache?! In honor of the month of Movember! No, that's not a typo. Men sport 'staches in November to support prostate and testicular cancer research.

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Clark does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!

Annual Care-A-Thon

Annual Care-A-Thon

Annually each August: WSB's 37-hour marathon broadcast helps cure cancer in children by collecting funds for the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. The annual Care-a-thons have raised over $10 million!

Read more about the Care-a-Thon

Clark Helps Rebuild in Joplin, MO - 2012

Marking the one-year anniversary of the Joplin tornado, Clark Howard returns to the decimated Missouri city to build a Habitat for Humanity home.

Clark went to Joplin in June 2011 to provide financial advice for tornado victims on the 1-month anniversary of the historic storm.