LIST OF CHARITIES
The 21st Century Fund for Delaware's Children is a public/private partnership to address the special needs of at-risk children in Delaware.
A Better Chance for Our Children's mission is to provide training and support families who are adopting children in the State of Delaware. Services include: Resource Family Preparation Training Groups, Respite for Adoptive Families and Specialized Parenting classes.
A Door of Hope Pregnancy Center provides free support services and education to women facing unexpected pregnancies and youth making important relationship decisions. Services include pregnancy, abortion and adoption information, pregnancy testing, ultrasound imaging, material assistance, pre-natal and early parenting education and resource referrals.
Since 1973 Adopt-A-Family has assisted families with a variety of needs to help stabilize family situations. Programs offered include Emergency Assistance with basic essentials like shelter and utilities; Adopt-A-Mom to assist families with children under 24-months with diapers and other personal care items; and many more.
The Alzheimer's Association Delaware Valley Chapter is dedicated to helping Delawareans with Alzheimer's disease, their families and caregivers through education, support and advocacy. They offer an array of programs and services.
American Cancer Society, Inc. is the largest provider of non-governmental research. They provide services including legal advocacy for cancer patients and delivers early detection and prevention programs to youth and adults.
The American National Red Cross provides relief for disaster victims, emergency preparedness and health and safety training, communications for military member, international tracing and volunteer opportunities.
The B+ Foundation fights childhood cancer by providing financial assistance to families of kids with cancer in Delaware and around the country. They also fund cutting edge childhood cancer research at A.I. DuPont childrens hospital and other leading national institutions.
Animal Humane Sanctuary provides low-cost rabies clinics for companion pets of the community, available each month to off-set the spread of this devastating disease.
Autism Delaware creates better lives for people affected by autism and their families through education, advocacy, public awareness and direct support.
Believe in Tomorrow National Children's Foundation keeps families together during medical crisis. They provide exceptional hospital/respite housing to families with critically ill children, so they may find hope and comfort.
Bethany Christian Services is a global, nonprofit family preservation and child welfare organization caring for orphans and vulnerable children on five continents. There are over 80 branch, satellite and service locations in the United States. We also provide social services in 18 international countries. Our office location in Delaware (260 Chapman Road in Newark) is a satellite office of our Greater Delaware Valley location (7827 Old York Road in Elkins Park PA). Services specific to the residents of Delaware include:
Foster Care Adoption:
Children in foster care have faced hardship and pain during their lives. When returning to their biological family is not an option, they need a safe place to call home, with a family to provide them with the love and care. There are more than 100,000 children in foster care who are available for adoption and they are waiting for a family like yours.
Our goal is to help expectant parents, and the adoptive families they choose, to make the adoption plan that works best for them and the child they both love.
Many children around the world are waiting for a forever family. Their early lives have included things like orphanages, abandonment, malnutrition, and even abuse - but they can thrive in a loving and nurturing home. Can you open your heart and home to one of these children?
We are here for you. The choices that you make will be life-changing and we are here to help support you. You are not alone.
Your Gifts Make Our Work Possible
Through donors and volunteers like you, Bethany is able to provide comprehensive social services locally and globally, including pregnancy counseling, foster care, adoption, post-adoption support, refugee services, and domestic and international family support. We also offer specialty services through each of our local branch locations. This is life-changing, world-changing work - and with your help, we can make it possible.
Big Brothers Big Sisters provide professionally supported, enduring, 1-to-1 mentoring relationships for children in Delaware who are facing adversity. These services help youth achieve: higher aspirations, educational success, better relationships and avoidance of risky behavior.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware help to guide young people in making appropriate and satisfying decisions toward their physical, educational, social, emotional, vocational and personal lives.
The Brandywine Education Foundation supports the students and teachers of the Brandywine School District to ensure that student/teacher activities and scholarships are given additional funding to ensure successful teaching and learning within the Brandywine School District.
The Adult Action Center is an active, personalized day program for adults with multiple, severe disabilities providing meaningful engagement through individually tailored activities and programs.
Camp Barnes provides positive exposure to law enforcement activities in a camping environment to Delaware's children between the ages of 10-13 at no cost.
Cancer Care Connection is a telephone-based counseling and informational resource center that offers individualized assistance to persons who are affected by cancer and challenged by distress, coping or navigating the health system.
Cancer Support Community Delaware, Inc. provides free, professionally led programs of emotional support, education and hope to Delawareans who are touched by cancer.
Catholic Charities provides basic needs services (food, rent, mortgage, utility help, emergency shelter and financial coaching), behavioral health counseling (outpatient; addiction and substance abuse; recovery support; domestic violence intervention; and pregnancy counseling) and immigration help.
Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity provides affordable homeownership opportunities in Kent County by building and renovating simple, decent and affordable homes in partnership with low-income people through no interest mortgages, "sweat equity" and volunteer labor.
Changing Fates Equine Rescue of Delaware takes horses from local residents that can no longer afford the cost of caring for their horses. They assist animal control when they have a call for horses or livestock.
CHEER provides transportation, nutrition, and home service programs to seniors 55+. Other programs available are CHEER Mobile, home repair, volunteer respite and more.
Child, Inc. provides emergency shelters for abused children and battered women; clinical services for victims and perpetrators of domestic violence, parent education, family support and foster care.
Children and Families First in Delaware is a non-profit organization in operation since 1884 that offers programs that cover the lifespan, from support to pregnant women and babies, to services for elders.
Children's Advocacy Center of Delaware provides services to reduce the devastating effects of child abuse through coordinated, child focused service, education and advocacy.
Christina Cultural Arts Center makes the study and appreciation of the arts accessible to economically distressed families by providing affordable music, dance, theatre and visual arts classes.
Claymont Community Center provides individuals of all race, sex and socio-economic status (primarily low-income) with a variety of health and human services, educational opportunities and recreational activities.
CLASI provides free civil legal services to members of our community who have low incomes, who have disabilities, or who are age 60 and over.
The mission for the Delaware 4-H Foundation is to enhance and expand educational opportunities for Delaware's 4-H'ers through private donations.
DAPI offers an educational option for pregnant teens and mentoring services to youth. They help students finish school, deliver healthy babies and become self-sufficient.
Delaware Aerospace Education Foundation provides earth, science, mathematics, space and technology educational activities and events as the unifying themes to motivate children of all ages through applied learning.
The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition is the only statewide organization with a sole focus on breast cancer education, outreach and awareness. DBCC offers free breast health education, support for survivors, families and caregivers and one-on-one peer mentor support, assistance with mammography screening and more.
Delaware CarePlan, Inc. allows individuals with disabilities to establish special needs trusts without jeopardizing government benefits and provide lifelong planning services and support beyond basic care.
A Major goal of our program is to simultaneously create self-sufficient veterans who are active members of the community. Our efforts directly affect the veterans we serve and all Delaware residents, many of whom are directly affected by homelessness and its risks. Our program has the following impacts: safe affordable permanent housing, veterans' reintegration with the workforce for greater economic self-sufficiency and ongoing engagement with the VA and supportive services creating stability as it relates to addictions, health and employment/education.
Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a statewide membership organization offering training and technical assistance, public information, prevention efforts and system advocacy for victims, domestic violence shelters, service providers and advocates.
Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council provides advocacy for equal access to credit and capital, developing responsible consumers and helping them exercise credit, housing and tax rights.
Delaware COPS is dedicated to assisting survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty and educating police agencies in line of duty death.
DECCF provides parent support and education services, family caregiver support and education services, volunteer care giving services, health promotion and public health education services and marriage preparation and support services.
DFLI provides free financial education, reaching diverse populations at work, schools and community organizations, giving Delawareans the knowledge and tools to take charge of their finances in today's difficult economy.
DFRC runs the Hand-in-Hand Program, in conjunction with the Blue-Gold All*Star Football Game. Approximately 50 high schools participate each year, with senior football players, cheerleaders, band members, and student ambassadors...many of whom are paired with a child (ages 4-18) with an intellectual disABILITY. They are "Buddies" from February to June, and enjoy monthly group activities that promote acceptance, inclusion, diversity, and understanding; frequent small group activities are also encouraged, to prmote acceptance and inclusion with schools and peer groups. DFRC also raises funds to supports programs across the state that enrich the lives of Delawareans with intellectual disABILITIES.
Provide statewide mental health services for young people and families. Services include individual, family, and group therapists, medication management, psychiatric & psychological evaluations.
DHC programs provide housing assistance, emergency financial aid, transportation assistance, medical case management, education, prevention, outreach and advocacy for people infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS in Delaware.
Delaware HOSPICE will provide the highest quality hospice and health care services and serve as a trusted community partner in end-of-life education and support.
Delaware Housing Coalition maintains a website for housing information, as well as educational and advocacy materials to improve public understanding of the affordable housing gap and how to address it.
Delaware Humane Association is a no-kill shelter that serves over 5,000 companion animals by providing temporary homes, vaccine clinics, low-cost spay/neuter services and humane education.
The Delaware Law Enforcement Memorial Fund provides emotional and financial support to the families of police officers who were killed in the line-of-duty. The fund also supports the Memorial which represents important parts of Delaware history.
The Delaware SPCA is a private, non-profit, no-kill organization dedication to the elimination of animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation by providing services for people and their companion animals since 1873.
Delaware State Police Museum, Inc. provides an educational experience to support an understanding of the role of law enforcement in a society governed by the rule of law.
The foundation provides services statewide including scholarships to Delaware Tech students in need and instructional program support; providing our students access, opportunity, excellence and hope.
Provides competetive scholarships for higher education to members of the Delaware Fire Service and their family members.
Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc., is a volunteer attorney agency that provides free legal serves to indigent individuals in Delaware with meritorious civil legal matter's such as victims, the elderly and terminally ill.
Brandywine Zoo is an accredited zoo, committed to providing excellent care for animals, great experiences for visitors and a better future for all living things.
Diamond State Community Land Trust is helping families own homes at prices they can afford by "buying down" the purchase price. Homeowners gain equity and financial stability and Delaware gains homes that are affordable for generations to come.
Dover Interfaith Mission for Housing provides shelter, meals and assistance to homeless men in Kent County to enable them to regain self-reliant and productive lives. Their work includes the development of affordable housing for those who secure employment.
Easter Seals Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the independence of people with disabilities through therapeutic, recreational and advocacy programs.
The Elizabeth W. Murphey School is a group foster home for children ages 7 to 21 who have been abused and/or neglected.
The Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware, Inc. leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy. They offer a variety of services to meet the needs of people with epilepsy and their families. This icludes education and one-on-one support.
Exceptional Care for Children is Delaware's first and only pediatric skilled nursing facility providing a home-like environment, outside of the hospital, for medically fragile children with technology dependencies.
Provides free services to several populations in Delaware with programs like: The Homeless Children Backpack Drive; Families in Need Thanksgiving Day Dinner and Free Clothes Giveaway; Feed the Family Free Grocery Bag Giveaway; Families in Need Soup, Sandwich and Free Clothes Giveaway; and There-2-Care Toiletry Kit.
Faithful Friends provides Delaware residents in need with therapy through animals and help them keep their pets in good health through low cost or free spay/neuter, pet food bank, pet lifeline and other veterinary services.
Fame Inc. offers quality instruction from trained professionals in science, technology, engineering and math fields. The goal is to increase the number of minorities on an educational path leading to a baccalaureate degree in engineering.
Family Promise prevents and ends homelessness for families by engaging the faith community, volunteers and donors. We are the only short-term shelter program that keeps families together in New Castle County, serving moms, dads and kids of all ages. As such, they benefit those experiencing homelessness by transitioning over 80% back to permanent housing in less than 60 days. They also benefit the community at large by providing hands-on volunteer opportunities. For the community-at-large, Family Promise is a cost-effective model of ending homlessness: for every dollar donated, $2.50 of program impact is created via the leveraged item donations and volunteer-time.
The Food Bank of Delaware's mission is to provide nutritious food to Delawareans in need and facilitate long-term solutions to the problems of hunger and poverty through community education and advocacy. This is achieved by: providing low and no-cost food to qualified nutrition programs throughout the greater Delaware region, informing about hunger issues and food security, mobilizing support for anti-hunger efforts, training and empowering under and unemployed individuals to fill needed positions within the food service industry and developing and implementing statewide nutrition programs to assist low-income families, individuals and children.
The goal of Forgotten Cats, Inc. is to humanely reduce the feral cat population through Trap, Neuter, Return; give rabies vaccinations and humane education for schools and other groups.
Provides hot meals to local seniors and also provides daily activities and programs.
Friends of Bellevue State Park support park activities that encourage healthy lifestyles, positive mental health and families through exercising and recreational programs including disc gold, tennis, walking, running, fishing and biking. These many activities foster relaxation and stimulation through learning programs involving nature, history, arts, music, concerts and quality family time.
The Friends of Killens Pond State Park provides support for park educational programming (summer camp scholarships and paying for Title I school students to attend nature programs) and recreational activities. They actively participate in the Park's preservation and improvement.
The Friends of the African Union Church Cemetery is dedicated to restoring, protecting and educating about an abandoned cemetery that contains the remains of five members of the United States Colored Troops that fought in the civil war.
Friends of the Delaware Veterans Home raises public awareness and funds to support and enhance construction, activities and programs of the Delaware Veterans Home and for the benefit of its residents.
Based in NCC, Friendship House is a non-profit, faith based corporation serving individuals and families that are or are at risk of becoming homeless. Welcoming to all, Friendship House strives to serve as a sanctuary and stepping stone to those in need through the traditional spiritual ministries of hospitality, education, empowerment and community. To do this, Friendship House runs the Clothing Bank of Delaware, four empowerment centers and a tranitional housing program. Their ministry programs also include a weekly Sunday community breakfast served in Wilmington, volunteer led evening meals to housing residents and a winter sanctuary program which runs from November to March to offer sanctary to their homeless clients.
Generations is a statewide health and human service agency providing Nursing, Therapy, Personal Care, housekeeping Assistance, Adult foster Care, companion Services and Medical transportation.
Gift of Life Donor Program coordinates and educates on lifesaving organ and tissue donation/transplantation in Delaware. It provides essential outreach education on the critical need for organ and tissue donation.
Girl Scouts is the world's preeminent organization dedicated solely to all girls in grades K-12 where in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build courage, confidence and character to make the world a better place.
Girls Inc. of Delaware has been serving girls in our community since 1954. Each year, we provide comprehensive services to more than 530 girls from 5-18 years of age. Girls Inc exists to empower young girls and women by enabling them to learn new information, acquire and develop skills and to build self-confidence while having fun in a new environment that focuses on shared sisterhood of support. During the last year, 51 percent of the girls served were from families with household incomes below $30,000 per year with 9 percent reporting household incomes below $10,000 per year.
Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County benefits the welfare of Delaware residents by providing low-income residents with safe and affordable housing. The organization also completes facade improvements to owner-occupied homes in the communities it builds in through the A Brush with Kindness program.
Harrington Senior Center offers transportation, meals, recreation, socialization and travel to the residents of Harrington. Many members do not have transportation to/from shopping, doctor visits and other necessary errands. They also offer information to services/benefits available to seniors.
Hilltop Lutheran Neighborhood Center provides early childhood education and latchkey services that emphasize education. They also provide a safe haven for teenagers to enhance educational, ongoing cultural enrichment, athletic and recreational programs.
The mission for the Home of the Brave is to reduce homelessness among our military veteran population. In addition to provided transitional housing, food and security, we assist with employment, counseling services, access to healthcare, transportation and locating affordable housing. It is our goal to help our veterans successfully transition into permenent housing and personal independence.
Homeless Cat Helpers, Inc. provides low-cost spay/neuter services for owned and homeless cats and kittens; adoptions of unwanted kittens and cats into private homes. They also help with medical care in hardship cases.
Hope Dining Room serves a hot midday meal to anyone Monday-Friday at 300 Marrows Road in Newark. Clients coming in, sit down and are served a hot meal with dignity, no questions asked. Currently, 75-80 meals are served a day with over 200 volunteers monthly.
Ingleside Homes, Inc. provides affordable housing, healthcare and supportive social services, including three meals per day, transportation, housekeeping and nursing care for 242 low to moderate income frail, elderly seniors.
The Inner City Cultural League is a non-profit organization that provides arts education and programming for Dover area "at-risk" youth to enhance quality of life. They pride themselves on their ability to educate their children on the dangers of drugs and alcohol in an attempt to prevent the abuse of such drugs.
Jewish Family Services of Delaware provides: out-patient mental health services, care management for older adults and physically-challenged and work skills development for youth.
Jobs for Delaware Gradsuates (JDG) prepares highly at-risk students to transition from school to the work force. The mission of JDG is to enable students to achieve academic, career, personal and social success. Studies indicate that JDG students more than repay the costs of the program within 14 months in taxes paid alone - not including the foregone costs of various social programs that might have been incurred without the intervention of the program.
JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF's vision is to create a world without T1D.
A private nonprofit organization whose mission is to maximize the employability of individuals with disabilities by providing greater access to training , employment and transportation opportunities.
The Krysti Bingham Cerebral Palsy Foundation has built two long-term residences that are home for adults with physical disabilities. These homes are an alternative to nursing homes or institutions. One hundred percent of donations go directly to funding activities for the residents.
La Red Health Center provides bilingual, culturally appropriate, high-quality, cost-effective, primary and preventive medical care to residents of Sussex County with emphasis toward serving those who are uninsured or underinsured.
To advocate for and assist the Latino Community by offering services in a continuum if care that promotes empowerment and an enhanced quality of life while celebrating our diverse cultures.
Laurel Adult Daycare offers in-house nursing monitoring, daily exercise and activities, dietary meals and community inclusion.
Limen House's mission is to offer a threshold to recovery and break the cycle of addiction in service to our community. To accomplish this mission, Limen House operates two halfway houses, providing residential therapeutic treatment programs for recovering alcoholics.
Literacy Volunteers Serving Adults works with adults that have a reading or math level below the fifth grade and/or are limited English proficient. Their mission is to build their skills, empowering them to become more self-sufficient and productive workers.
The Lupus Foundation of America is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people affected by lupus through programs of research, education and advocacy.
Lutheran Community Services provides emergency food, financial assistance for rent, mortgage, security deposit or utilities, minor home repairs for seniors and help to quit smoking throughout the state of Delaware.
We provide 24/7 emergency response to stranded marine mammals and sea turtles wherever they occur in DE. We protect the public health and welfare by eliminating direct interaction with these animals, which can carry diseases that are transmissible to humans and pets, and provide information on ocean health issues that may impact human health.
The Mary Campbell Center provides a home-like residence for young adults and adults with developmental disabilities, offers programs for members of the community with disabilities including children, youth and their families.
Provides two meals each day to homebound senior residents of Eastern Sussex County. Our mission is to feed the homebound and to reduce the alternative of institutionalization.
Milford Housing Development Corporation's Home Repair Project provides free, emergency-related, health and safety home repairs to very-low income Delaware homeowners. Since 1991, the Project has assisted over 3,750 families with volunteers donating over 8,500 hours of labor.
The Kutz Home is a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center providing 24-hour care and services including counseling, recreation, therapeutic diets and religious services.
Emmanuel Dining room serves nutritious meals to the poor and homeless in three locations in New Castle County with dignity and without questions.
Middletown-Odessa-Townsend Senior Center provides transportation, outreach, supportive services, education, nutrition, recreation, socialization, and health and wellness programs. Programs are designed to help seniors maintain healthy and stay independent in the community.
NAMI Delaware's programs and services improve the quality of life for those facing the challenges that come with mental illness at no cost to participants. They serve individuals with mental illness and their family members through support groups, education programs, advocacy and housing.
The National Multiple Sclerosis society, Delaware chapter supports national research and provides: education about MS, referrals, counseling, support groups, financial assistance, professional education and many additional services.
NCALL Research, Inc. offers comprehensive, affordable housing services, including: homeownership counseling, financial literacy training/coaching, foreclosure prevention, development of multi-family apartment communities and community development lending.
New Castle County Head Start Inc. has educational services provided to preschool children from low-income families as well as services for parents.
Newark Day Nursery Association provides high-quality early childhood and school aged services that have been linked to more success in school, higher lifetime incomes and lower involvement with the justice system.
A full service agency for adults 50 and older, offering educational, wellness and fitness activities, a nutritious meal and information and referral services.
The NRA Foundation, Inc. supports programs within the NRA, law enforcement and other community-based agencies that foster firearms safety and education, constitutional education and wildlife conservation management.
Operation Warm provides new winter coats to needy children. In 2013, they served over 6,600 Delaware children through partner schools and organizations. The coats reduce families' financial burden, increase school attendance and improve self-esteem.
Partnership for the Delaware Estuary works for clean water, healthy habitats and stronger communities in the Delaware River and Bay region. A healthy, thriving estuary provides clean water, recreational activities and jobs for local residents.
PAWS for People coordinates volunteers and their pets to provide one-on-one animal-assisted therapy and comfort for children and adults with physical, social and emotional challenges.
People's Place offers residential/ independent living services for children, domestic violence shelter/treatment and homeless shelter.
Planned Parenthood of Delaware provides comprehensive reproductive health care and sexuality education to women, men and teens in Delaware. We also advocate to ensure Delawareans' right to access these services.
The Pregnancy Help Center of Kent County offers alternatives to pregnancy termination through medical, physical, spiritual and emotional support so any woman may have the opportunity to choose life.
Leading efforts to prevent child abuse and neglect by engaging in public education, advocacy, training and prevention education services.
Purr-fect Haven Cat Rescue helps prevent the abuse of companion animals through education, adoption, medical and social rehabilitation and spay/neuter programs.
A statewide agency sending volunteers to childcare centers to read to children one-on-one and educating parents about the importance of reading.
Reading ASSIST Institute recruits and trains volunteer tutors to provide individualized, research-based literacy interventions for children K-3 most at risk for reading failure in Delaware partner schools.
Ronald McDonald House of Delaware, Inc. provides a "home away from home" for families with seriously or chronically ill or injured children receiving treatment at nearby hospitals. No family is turned away due to an inability to pay.
The Salvation Army of Delaware provides emergency food and financial assistance, case management, tutoring, summer camps, homeless shelters, disaster relief, senior residences and programs, employment services and spiritual care across Delaware. They also provide child care along with programs and services for families and children at-risk.
St. Michael's School and Nursery has been touching the lives of children for 123 years through superior education. Serving over 250 children annually with financial assistance provided to over 90 low-income families.
St. Patrick's Center, Inc. provides emergency food, meals, respite for homeless, clothing, transportation and recreational activities for people in need on Wilmington's east side.
Survivors of Abuse in Recovery provides professional mental health treatment for child, teen and adult victims of sexual assault and their families regardless of ability to pay.
SCCHS provides emergency housing to men, women and children for a 30 period with 3 meals per day. Transitional housing for up to 2 years for single headed parent families.
Sussex County Habitat for Humanity is a christian housing ministry that builds affordable houses for sale to low-income families in the county and completes major and minor repairs to owner-occupied homes. Directed by a small staff, Sussex Habitat draws on the support of over 1,500 volunteers each year. Currently, we build 12 homes and repairs 30 homes each year.
The Arc of Delaware serves persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families throughout the state of Delaware. Programs include: housing, employment, advocacy, self-empowerment and case management.
The Shepherd Place is a 30-bed emergency homeless shelter assisting families and single female adults. Case management, food, clothing, workshops and all services are provided at no cost to the client.
SmartDrive is saving lives and making the roads safer for all Delawareans by helping teens to become safer and more responsible drivers and passengers. SmartDrive offers five safe and defensive driving programs to 49 Delaware high schools, three universities and at community events
Trap Pond Partners is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to preserving Trap Pond State Park's natural and recreational resources for future generations.
Tri-State's mission is to achieve excellence in the rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and oiled native wild birds through compassionate care, humane research and education.
UCP's programs promote the overall quality of life, independence, and equality of children and adults with disabilities and their families.
United Way of Delaware provides education, income and health programs statewide. Organizational mission is to maximize the community's resources to improve quality of life all Delawareans.
West End Neighborhood House provides comprehensive services including: financial and case management, emergency assistance, GED and employment training, youth development, transitional and affordable housing as well as community revitalization. The majority of clients are low-income and include those formerly involved with the juvenile justice system. All services contribute to clients' self-sufficiency by helping them advance their education through obtaining a GED or enrolling in college, reduce debt, increasing income and savings, improving credit scores and obtaining safe, affordable and sustainable housing.
Westside Family Healthcare in a non-profit, community health center that provides family medical, obstetrical, dental and behavioral health care throughout New Castle and Kent Counties, regardless of ability to pay or health insurance status.
White Clay Watershed works to promote and support the preservation, protection, restoration and enhancement of natural and cultural resources. In addition they encourage a balance of recreational enjoyment of the White Clay Watershed.
WHYY is Delaware's only public media service connecting First State residents to one another through television, radio, web, community outreach and other cultural and educational services.
Wilmington Head Start provides age appropriate education, developmental assessments, health services and screenings as well as providing transportation, daily nutritional meals and a safe, nurturing and positive environment to low-income pre-school children ages 3-5.
Wilmington Senior Center enhances and sustains the lives of older adults through nutrition, employment, support, caregiver, financial empowerment, housing and recreational services.
Yes U Can USA is a charitable organization that is dedicated to providing opportunities for individuals with physical and visual disabilities to develop independence, confidence and fitness through participation in sports and physical activity, regardless of skill level.
YWCA Delaware is dedicated to empowering women and eliminating racism. Programs include housing, economic empowerment, domestic violence counseling, racial justice and youth development.