Every day at CCCBSD, we strive to serve our exceptional students. Whether in the classroom, media lab or playground, children can be seen learning, communicating and laughing.

Nelson Mandela once said, “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” At CCCBSD, it is clear that every teacher, therapist and faculty member believes in this sentiment. Day after day, we witness proof of this and remain on course to achieve the school’s mission to serve children with unique needs. The work being done on our campus by the teachers, staff and administrators is ultimately measured by our students’ successes.

Thanks to our generous donors, CCCBSD is able to offer our growing student population incredible resources, which are critical for us in meeting all of our goals.

The Children’s Center for Communication is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) institution. Our tax I.D. number os 04-2103886

Annual Fund

Your support is deeply appreciated. We invite you to come to campus and see your gifts at work. To contribute to this year’s Annual Fund click here! To e-mail the completed Annual Fund PDF, please download and send to janemcnally@cccbsd.org.

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Foundation, Corporate and Community Sponsors

The Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf has been extremely privileged to have the support of local businesses, corporations and foundations. Their belief in our programs helps us to provide the latest in technology, equipment and curriculum, which results in an exceptional program. As we experience the achievements our students reach every day,…

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Ways to Give

Honoring or memorializing a friend or loved one through a gift to CCCBSD is a wonderful way to celebrate their life. Please contact the Development Office if you would like to learn more about planned giving opportunities. We will work with you and your financial advisor to determine the plan that will best meet your intentions.

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Why Support CCCBSD

Since 1876, when The Industrial School for Deaf Mutes was established as a pioneering school for the Deaf by William Swett, great progress has been made. From a name change to Beverly School for the Deaf in 1920 to a broader mission and comprehensive name change in 2008, The Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for…

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