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Catz4GEMS
by Kathy Kreft
Living, giving, creating...The Art League of Ocean City MD is such a special place!
ALOC does so much for so many...join me and us in doing more...your gift is so appreciated!
Goal: $500.00
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Please Help Me Raise Funds for a Worthy Cause!
by Laura Schmader
Have you seen Chesapeake Housing Mission at work, helping those in need with basic home repairs and accessibility so that they may safely stay in their homes? Maybe you've seen pictures on social media or have volunteered? Since 2017, as CHM's Volunteer Coordinator and then as Outreach Coordinator, I have seen firsthand the remarkable outcomes and read the glowing and appreciative testimonials from Clients and Volunteers. CHM is making a difference in our neighborhoods!
Goal: $300.00
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Raise Funds for Chesapeake Housing Mission
by Susan Cehovic
I recently started working for CHM and already have seen the difference they have made performing critical home repair and building wheelchair ramps. Please help me raise funds to help people in need stay in their homes longer by making their homes warmer, safer, drier, and healthier.
Goal: $250.00
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Kathi's Cause
by Mary K Thompson
I love helping people and especially the young moms who come through the Grace Center. By supporting these women with maternal health care, counseling, community resources and job placement, we can make a difference in their lives and the lives of their children. I like being part of a loving community that can make a difference. Our children are the future. Won't you help make a difference by making a donation today or committing to a monthly contribution?
Goal: $1,500.00
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Amy's Army
by Amelia Mike
I believe that what we do here at the Grace Center is life-giving yo the people we serve. There is a tremendous need when a woman crosses our threshold. We truly live the biblical verse "knock and the door will be open." in the past year your support has enabled us to serve 310 women by providing hospital grade pregnancy tests, sonograms, therapy as well as educational and employment services. The Grace Center was able to assist 15 women with finding gainful employment through the LSWA Workforce Development grant. The center conducted more than 82 group sessions dealing with addiction and maternal depression. And so much more... I believe that the Grace Center is a "GRACE-FILLED" place for women in the community AT NO CHARGE TO THEM. Please join me in supporting this worthy cause.
Goal: $1,500.00
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Kolesky Krusaders
by Jan Kolesky
The Grace Center for Maternal and Women's Health (Grace Center). has been serving the lower shore since 2010. Our center is what we consider the heartbeat of our organization as it is there we begin to formulate the long-term relationships necessary to provide critical assistance to moms across the Delmarva Peninsula. Without the support of our donors, this heartbeat simply ceases to exist.
Last year donor support enabled us to serve 310 women and their families by providing Hospital grade pregnancy tests, sonograms, therapy and educational and employment services. We were able to assist 15 women with finding gainful employment through our participation with LSWA Workforce Development Program. We conducted more than 82 group sessions dealing with addiction & maternal depression. Delivered 104 individual classes focusing on parenting, breastfeeding prenatal and postpartum education for women and their newborns. All this is offered at no charge to our clients.
It is truly the generosity of the community and our cherished donors that keeps this heartbeat alive. As we enter into this time of Thanksgiving , please consider giving a special donation to Grace Center so that we may continue our mission of hope and love.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts,
Kolesky Krusaders
Goal: $2,500.00
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Support Inclusion in the Workforce
by Renee Smith
Providing employment resources to individuals with varying abilities has been the mission of Lower Shore Enterprises since 1967. The landscape of how we provide those vital services has altered significantly over the last fifty-two years, but our core mission has never wavered. Through innovative programming, visionary entrepreneurship and creative funding, we have maintained a reputation for providing quality employment services to individuals with varying developmental, intellectual, and physical abilities.

Our primary focus is workforce development, supported employment and job exploration through volunteer opportunities, however, we allocate significant resources to help individuals develop life-skills, improve health and financial literacy, and bolster independence and self-advocacy. Many of the individuals we serve do not have a driver's license or the means to access public transportation. We work one-on-one to address these barriers, while also providing necessary transportation for those individuals with daytime work and volunteer commitments. Our Community Inclusion Program offers education and exploratory experiences to small groups of individuals on a daily basis, and provides guided supervision and transportation to those activities as well.

Our costs are great, but the need is greater. A contribution of $1,000 will cover the upstart costs of our new self-advocacy program, to include technology and class materials. A $100 investment will provide for a month's worth of arts education, to include music, art and museum experiences. $75 will finance a week of transportation to and from the workplace for one individual. A $50 contribution will provide skill building materials for a life-skills class for 3 individuals. A $25 investment would cover lunch costs for a group of 4 individuals while on an educational field trip. And $10 would allow one individual to access a financial literacy course.

Thank you for you for supporting inclusion in the workplace, and all the great work that Lower Shore Enterprises does for our community!

Goal: $500.00
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Donate to Support Workforce Development
by Bevereley Stoakley
Providing employment resources to individuals with varying abilities has been the mission of Lower Shore Enterprises since 1967. The landscape of how we provide these vital services has altered significantly over the last fifty-two years, but our core mission has never wavered. Through innovative programming, visionary entrepreneurship and creative funding, we have maintained a reputation for providing quality employment services to individuals with varying developmental, intellectual, and physical abilities.
Our primary focus is workforce development, supported employment and job exploration through volunteer opportunities, however, we allocate significant resources to help individuals develop life-skills, improve health and financial literacy, and bolster independence and self-advocacy. Many of the individuals we serve do not have a driver's license or the means to access public transportation. We work one-on-one to address these barriers, while also providing necessary transportation for those individuals with daytime work and volunteer commitments. Our Community Inclusion Program offers education and exploratory experiences to small groups of individuals on a daily basis, and provides guided supervision and transportation to those activities as well.
Our costs are great, but the need is greater. A contribution of $1,000 will cover the upstart costs of our new self-advocacy program, to include technology and class materials. A $100 investment will provide for a month's worth of arts education, to include music, art and museum experiences. $75 will finance a week of transportation to and from the workplace for one individual. A $50 contribution will provide skill building materials for a life-skills class for 3 individuals. A $25 investment would cover lunch costs for a group of 4 individuals while on an educational field trip. And $10 would allow one individual to access a financial literacy course.
Thank you for you for supporting workforce development, and all the great work that Lower Shore Enterprises does for our community!
Goal: $500.00
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Help Me Support Inclusion In The Workforce!
by Shannon Boice
Providing employment resources to individuals with varying abilities has been the mission of Lower Shore Enterprises since 1967. The landscape of how we provide these vital services has altered significantly over the last fifty-two years, but our core mission has never wavered. Through innovative programming, visionary entrepreneurship and creative funding, we have maintained a reputation for providing quality employment services to individuals with varying developmental, intellectual, and physical abilities.
Our primary focus is workforce development, supported employment and job exploration through volunteer opportunities, however, we allocate significant resources to help individuals develop life-skills, improve health and financial literacy, and bolster independence and self-advocacy. Many of the individuals we serve do not have a driver's license or the means to access public transportation. We work one-on-one to address these barriers, while also providing necessary transportation for those individuals with daytime work and volunteer commitments. Our Community Inclusion Program offers education and exploratory experiences to small groups of individuals on a daily basis, and provides guided supervision and transportation to those activities as well.
Our costs are great, but the need is greater. A contribution of $1,000 will cover the upstart costs of our new self-advocacy program, to include technology and class materials. A $100 investment will provide for a month's worth of arts education, to include music, art and museum experiences. $75 will finance a week of transportation to and from the workplace for one individual. A $50 contribution will provide skill building materials for a life-skills class for 3 individuals. A $25 investment would cover lunch costs for a group of 4 individuals while on an educational field trip. And $10 would allow one individual to access a financial literacy course.
Thank you for you for supporting inclusion in the workplace, and all the great work that Lower Shore Enterprises does for our community!
Goal: $100.00
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Encourage Employment Opportunities for Individuals with Varying Abilities
by Robin Holloway
Providing employment resources to individuals with varying abilities has been the mission of Lower Shore Enterprises since 1967. The landscape of how we provide these vital services has altered significantly over the last fifty-two years, but our core mission has never wavered. Through innovative programming, visionary entrepreneurship and creative funding, we have maintained a reputation for providing quality employment services to individuals with varying developmental, intellectual, and physical abilities.
Our primary focus is workforce development, supported employment and job exploration through volunteer opportunities, however, we allocate significant resources to help individuals develop life-skills, improve health and financial literacy, and bolster independence and self-advocacy. Many of the individuals we serve do not have a driver's license or the means to access public transportation. We work one-on-one to address these barriers, while also providing necessary transportation for those individuals with daytime work and volunteer commitments. Our Community Inclusion Program offers education and exploratory experiences to small groups of individuals on a daily basis, and provides guided supervision and transportation to those activities as well.
Our costs are great, but the need is greater. A contribution of $1,000 will cover the upstart costs of our new self-advocacy program, to include technology and class materials. A $100 investment will provide for a month's worth of arts education, to include music, art and museum experiences. $75 will finance a week of transportation to and from the workplace for one individual. A $50 contribution will provide skill building materials for a life-skills class for 3 individuals. A $25 investment would cover lunch costs for a group of 4 individuals while on an educational field trip. And $10 would allow one individual to access a financial literacy course.
Thank you for you for encouraging employment opportunities for individuals with varying abilities, and supporting all the great work that Lower Shore Enterprises does for our community!
Goal: $250.00
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Help Support Workers Getting the Best Training Possible
by Susan Evans
Providing employment resources to individuals with varying abilities has been the mission of Lower Shore Enterprises since 1967. The landscape of how we provide these vital services has altered significantly over the last fifty-two years, but our core mission has never wavered. Through innovative programming, visionary entrepreneurship and creative funding, we have maintained a reputation for providing quality employment services to individuals with varying developmental, intellectual, and physical abilities.
Our primary focus is workforce development, supported employment and job exploration through volunteer opportunities, however, we allocate significant resources to help individuals develop life-skills, improve health and financial literacy, and bolster independence and self-advocacy. Many of the individuals we serve do not have a driver's license or the means to access public transportation. We work one-on-one to address these barriers, while also providing necessary transportation for those individuals with daytime work and volunteer commitments. Our Community Inclusion Program offers education and exploratory experiences to small groups of individuals on a daily basis, and provides guided supervision and transportation to those activities as well.
Our costs are great, but the need is greater. A contribution of $1,000 will cover the upstart costs of our new self-advocacy program, to include technology and class materials. A $100 investment will provide for a month's worth of arts education, to include music, art and museum experiences. $75 will finance a week of transportation to and from the workplace for one individual. A $50 contribution will provide skill building materials for a life-skills class for 3 individuals. A $25 investment would cover lunch costs for a group of 4 individuals while on an educational field trip. And $10 would allow one individual to access a financial literacy course.
Thank you for you for supporting workers getting the best training possible, and all the great work that Lower Shore Enterprises does for our community!
Goal: $500.00
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Hearts of the Shore
by thomas wilson
'Hearts of the Shore' is a program to connect some of the smaller nonprofits on the Lower Shore with a wider audience. Every day, the staff and volunteers of these small organizations work hard to help the homeless, promote the arts, support those who are ill, preserve and improve our environment, teach and grow our children and make the Lower Shore a better place in hundreds of ways. They are really the 'Hearts of the Shore.

Hearts of the Shore helps publicize their work through a website and newsletter. Help keep Hearts of the Shore going and expand its reach. Every little bit will help!
Goal: $500.00
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Help our Hearts!
by Patrice Zmitrovis
Hearts of the Shore is a project to support the many small and medium-sized nonprofits of our Lower Shore. It is a part of Lower Shore Support Services - the nonprofit started by my husband Tom Wilson. Your generous contribution here will help Hearts of the Shore support our local nonprofits for another year with a website and newsletter that helps inform more people about the good work our nonprofit community is doing.
Please donate...every little bit helps!
Goal: $500.00
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Mahala's Minds in Motion Fundraiser
by Mahala Kriger
I am a Minds in Motion Student Ambassador and I am raising funds and awareness for this awesome children's museum. You will see me at most Third Friday's running the kids hands on activities. I love teaching other kids and showing them that learning is fun. I am in 7th grade and love going to museums. I have been to most of them in DC, the children's museum in Wilmington and others. I find I learn best when I can be apart of a learning activity. Help me build this museum for kids like me and my friends.
Goal: $1,000.00
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Ocean Pines Players "WE BRING THE SHOW TO YOU"
by Gerald Gietka
We have an exciting 2020 season lined up, with 3 stage plays (including a musical), 3 cabaret shows, 4 radio airwaves old time radio shows and at least 2 of our museum collaborations where we dramatize and bring history to life. Our new motto is "we bring the show to you". In order to do that and make our productions more portable we will need to fund and purchase some new sound and lighting equipment that is transportable. Any donation in any amount will help us do that. Come play with us as we bring the show to new venues throughout Worcester County and beyond.
Goal: $10,000.00
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