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Website:  www.abcfoc.org

Description: A Better Chance for Our Children’s mission is to provide training and support to families who are adopting children in the State of Delaware. Our Services Include: Resource Family Preparation Training Groups, Respite for adoptive families, Specialized parenting education classes and support groups, and Ongoing support for any family touched by adoption.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$125 Provides a day of respite for a child

$500 Provides Training for a prospective family

$1,500 Helps complete a Family Profile

Charity Type: Children        

Website:  https://adoorofhope.org/

Description: A Door of Hope Pregnancy Center provides pregnancy tests, limited ultrasounds, educational support, material support and mentorship to women facing unplanned pregnancies.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

A Door of Hope Pregnancy Center provides pregnancy tests, limited ultrasounds, educational support, material support and mentorship to women facing unplanned pregnancies. All of our services are free and are funded by individual donors, businesses and churches throughout Delaware. A Door of Hope Pregnancy Center (ADOH) has two locations in Wilmington and Middletown. We provide free services to women and children in the State of Delaware by providing maternity services, parenting and manage counseling and referrals to other state services with the mission of empowering and equipping women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy to be successful and healthy mothers. In most instances our clients are low income. Our free parenting and mentoring program teaches moms how to be a successful parent. As they complete their parenting classes they earn points to redeem in our “Baby Boutique” where they receive free travel systems, diapers, wipes, formula and baby clothes. We do not discriminate and will assist any person who is facing an unplanned pregnancy regardless of age, race, gender-identity, religion, income level or political affiliation.

Charity Type: Children, Education, Health, Social Services     

Website:  https://www.alz.org/delval

Description: The Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter provides vital care and support for families impacted by Alzheimer’s and other dementias throughout Delaware. Our free 24/7 Helpline 800.272.3900 is available around the clock, 365 days a year, with bilingual staff and translation services for more than 200 languages. Through this service, specialists and master’s-level clinicians offer confidential support and information, education, decision-making support, crisis assistance and resource identification to people living with the disease, caregivers, families and the public. The Association offers free education programs and support groups and recorded webinars at alz.org/education, including recording in Spanish. Our website, alz.org/delval, includes sections specifically for people living with the disease (alz.org/IHaveAlz) and caregivers (alz.org/care). Community Resource Finder (alz.org/crf) is a resource database with comprehensive lists of resources, services, and community programs.  Individuals are able to search by category and proximity for specific needs and preferences.   Alzconnected (alzconnected.org) is the Association’s very active online community for caregivers and people living with dementia. Caregivers can browse the forums and in these ways can learn directly from other caregivers.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

State employee contributions help fund care and support activities for individuals and their loved ones impacted by dementia. Your donation will help the Association provide vital programs and services to Delaware’s Alzheimer’s and dementia community, including for example, Community education programs; Caregiver support groups; Access to 24/7 Helpline 800.272.3900; Access to online resources and Training new program volunteers.

Charity Type: Health, Senior Services, Social Services      

Website:  www.cancer.org

Description: While most people know us for our research, we do so much more. We attack cancer from every angle. We promote healthy lifestyles to help you prevent cancer. We research cancer and its causes to find more answers and better treatments. We fight for lifesaving policy changes. We provide everything from emotional support to the latest cancer information for those who have been touched by cancer. And we do it all 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

24/7 cancer helpline support via live chat on cancer.org or by calling 1-800-227-2345

Hope Lodge- free home away from home for cancer patients and their caregivers

Educational materials about cancer

Free rides to treatment through Road to Recovery

Reach to Recovery program connects breast cancer patients with trained volunteers for support.

Charity Type: Education, Health, Social Services      

Website:  www.lung.org

Description: The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy and research.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 – Helps provide COVID-19 resources to 720,000 lung disease patients

$50 – Educates 1 homeowner about radon testing to prevent lung cancer

$60 – Helps fund an hour of lifesaving research

$100 – Helps support an online community of 111,000 and one-on-one mentorship for lung cancer patients

$100 – Helps 2 students stop vaping

Charity Type: Children, Community, Disability Services, Education, Environment, Health, Senior Services, Social Services, Veteran Services

Website:  www.redcross.org/delmarva

Description: The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies such as home fires, floods, and other disasters by providing immediate assistance such as shelter, food, and comfort.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$2 provides one snack

$2.50 provides one comfort kit

$5 provides one blanket

$7.25 provides one Red Cross bag filled with comfort items for a wounded service member or veteran at a hospital.  These bags typically contain items such as a washcloth, shampoo, soap, comb, and other necessary comfort items.

$10 provides a hot meal and additional snacks to one person

$26 covers the cost of providing emergency communications and critical community services to one military family

Charity Type: Community, Health, Military & Their Families, Veteran Services     

Website: www.BePositive.org

Description: The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation is based in Wilmington, DE and is the nation’s largest provider of financial assistance to families of children with cancer. Additionally, The B+ Foundation funds research globally.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 can help cover a portion of the family’s electric bill so that the child’s medication can stay refrigerated.

$250 can repair the family’s car so that the family can get the child to the hospital for chemotherapy treatment.

Charity Type: Children, Health, Social Services      

Website:  www.arkeducation.org

Description: The ARK will increase efforts to meet the needs of the community by offering one-on-one tutoring services throughout the year. Beginning July 5, 2002, we began a summer reading and math program to provide additional support to learning, achievement and retention. A study by American Education Research (2020), showed that 52% of students lose an average of 39% of their total high school year gains during the summer months.

Studies also show that 1 out of 7 high-school dropouts end up in the prison system. The primary mission of The ARK Educational Resource Center is to increase the graduation rate, and thereby, significantly reduce the drop-out rate. Studies show that 80% of prisoners are high-school dropouts. This population is subject to higher unemployment rates, poorer health, criminal history, incarceration, public assistance and so on. The quality of life is negatively compromised and these individuals become burdens on the state’s economy that requires rehabilitation, job training, etc.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

In addition to one-on-one tutoring to strengthen reading and math skills for a minimum of 15 students, The ARK summer program will need:

$100 per child per month to ensure a minimum of twelve (12) individual tutor sessions.

$800 will be used to purchased workbooks and resource materials to include paper, pencils, and calculators.

$350 will be used to purchase food stuffs for snacks for students in the low-income, rural community served by our program.

$450 to secure community professionals to host workshops teach life skills, physical and emotional health, scholarship & college prep, organization skills, study habits, and more. Parental involvement will be included in these workshops.

Charity Type: Children, Education, Health, Youth Development     

Website:  www.autismdelaware.org

Description: Autism Delaware’s mission is to help individuals and families affected by autism throughout the state of Delaware. Our vision is that all people with autism have opportunities to learn, grow, and live full lives as included and valued members of their communities. For nearly 25 years, we have sought to provide creative and innovative services, resources and support to individuals and families, while using evidence-based methods to become a model for others.

We seek to build capacity in the community by partnering and collaborating with other entities, leading a group effort that will provide a wide array of person-centered, individualized services across the lifespan to meet the growing need.

We are the leading resource for expertise, advocacy and raising awareness of autism in Delaware.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$250 can provide parent information packets to new families for a month

$500 can support volunteer engagement efforts for one month

$1,000 can support a monthly social/rec program

$1,500 can support on family in individualized navigation for one year

$2,500 can support on adult with autism in supportive employment for one year

Charity Type: Disability Services        

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Website:  www.believeintomorrow.org

Description: Believe In Tomorrow helps children with cancer and other critical illnesses to relax and reconnect with their families in one of six beautiful beach or mountain respite facilities, including one on the coastal shore of southern Delaware.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 per pay period will provide three meals a day for a critically ill child and their family who stay at a Believe In Tomorrow beach or mountain getaway.

Charity Type: Children, Health, Military & Their Families      

Website:  www.bgclubs.org

Description: Since 1931, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware have impacted thousands of lives across our state. We are the largest licensed provider of childcare in Delaware and the only statewide Boys & Girls Club in the nation.

An increasing number of kids are at home with no adult care or supervision. Having a safe space to go and people to trust is crucial for children to succeed. For every $1 invested in our programming and activities, there is a $13.91 return to the State.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$15 covers the Annual Club membership fee for a teen

$50 provides healthy after school meals for 20 children

$500 provides a bus for a field trip

$1,250 sends a child to camp for a summer

Charity Type: Children, Community, Employment & Training Resources, Youth Development     

Website:  https://www.brandywineeducationfoundation.com/

Description: Supporting the academic success of our students is an investment in our community. The Brandywine Education Foundation is an independent foundation that provides scholarships to graduating seniors in the Brandywine School District. In addition, we provide funding for innovative programs that support academics, parental involvement, and recognize outstanding educators.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

The Brandywine Education Foundation is proud to annually award scholarships to students from our three district high schools.

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The Brandywine Education Foundation Innovative Mini Grants Program brings new resources into the school district. Innovative ideas and programs are often difficult to fund through traditional school financing routes until they have a proven track record. These programs however, when tied to the educational goals of the school district, are often key catalysts for improvement.

Charity Type: Education        

Website:  www.bvspca.org

Description: Since the Brandywine Valley SPCA was originally contracted to provide animal services in Delaware, the BVSPCA has elevated animal welfare in the state and furthered Delaware’s national reputation as a humane state.

  • Cared for 10,760 animals in 2021 with a 93% live release rate
  • Performed 10,927 spay/neuter surgeries in 2021, 6,033 for citizens in need of assistance for the pets
  • Provided humane education to teach the children of Delaware humane treatment of animals
  • Safety Net Services, such as a food pantry, low-cost veterinary services & housing for pets of domestic violence victims
  • Animals, a program providing pet food for homebound pet owners, including Seniors & Disabled individuals
  • Created jobs for nearly 100 Delaware employees
  • Led Delaware to become the first no-kill state in the country

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 can feed one homeless animal for a month

$100 will spay/neuter the pet of owner in financial need to prevent pet overpopulation

$50 can immunize a pet to prevent dangerous & infectious disease in our state

Charity Type: Animals, Children, Community, Education, Senior Services    

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Website:  www.certsinc.org

Description: C.E.R.T.S. is a day habilitation program for adults with multiple, severe disabilities. This agency began through the efforts of parents who, when their children turned 21 and considered adults, found no services available for them. Diverse stimulating programming is offered that includes community outings, adaptive games and sports, cooking/baking, instruction in history and current events, comprehensive art therapy activities and participation in MOVE®, a functional mobility program. The goal for each attendee is to achieve maximum independence.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

All donations will offset programming expenses. Listed are specific amounts for ongoing supplies and services.

$22 Four pack of specially designed spoons for feeding

$27 One gallon of Thicket to feed attendees needing thickened liquids

$37 One day of feeding tube bags

$50 Case of vinyl gloves

$60 One hour of physical therapy

$110 One Ablenet switch used for non-verbal communication with participants

$125 One hour of music therapy $125

$150 One half hour of pottery therapy

$480 One art therapy tool kit to be used at both sites

Charity Type: Disability Services        

Website:  www.campbarnes.net

Description: Camp Barnes provides Delaware’s children between the ages of 10-13 with camping, recreational and educational activities at no cost to the individual to combat juvenile delinquency with an introduction to the law enforcement community.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$300 to allow one camper to attend Camp Barnes from Monday through Friday with three full meals per day for a week

Charity Type: Arts & Culture, Children, Community, Education, Law Enforcement & Their Families, Youth Development   

Website:  https://www.cancercareconnection.org

Description: Cancer Care Connection, was incorporated in Delaware in 2000 and is the only agency or its kind in our state. We provide community-based oncology social work psychosocial care by phone at no charge to Delawareans. We also provide face-to-face and virtual counseling services at cancer center partner locations and private pay tele-counseling on a sliding scale basis. Our experienced staff of master’s level clinical social workers have provided outstanding psychosocial care to cancer patients and those who support them without interruption for over 20 years, despite the global pandemic and its ripple effect.

Using a combination of professional coaching, coping assistance, personalized information, and resource connections, our unique service delivery model provides Delawareans with access to complex oncology-specific psychosocial problem-solving assistance, as well as practical day-to-day solutions for successfully traversing a cancer experience. We help individuals affected by cancer to maintain control, make informed decisions, solve the day-lo-day challenges that arise, and reduce cancer-related distress. As a result, the patient has an increased capacity to adhere to medical advice, implement actions that improve their health and personal outcomes, and maintain quality of life. Cancer Care Connection’s service is available to anyone affected by cancer, whether they are a patient, caregiver, family member or other member of the patient’s caring circle.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Cancer Care Connection’s sole purpose is providing cancer patients and caregivers the tactical guidance, practical resources, and critical coping assistance they need to successfully navigate their cancer journey. Every contribution directly supports patients and caregivers, helping us to fulfill our purpose. Donations are especially needed in the wake of the pandemic, given that cancer patients are 3.5 times more likely to be adversely affected by COVID-19.

Over the course of the pandemic, patients had reduced contact with their health care team and even missed or delayed treatments. Screenings and exams were postponed, which led to undetected disease and/or later stage diagnosis. As a result, patients are diagnosed at later stages and feel sicker; therefore, they need more care from the health care system, as well as psychosocial support systems. Cancer center and other behavioral health providers are experiencing unprecedented increases in demand, resulting in long wait lists and delays in receiving care. As a result, Cancer Care Connection is more heavily relied upon to provide much-needed care to those who are struggling.

Charity Type: Health        

Website:  https://cancersupportdelaware.org/

Description: Cancer Support Community Delaware has spent the past 25 years making our mission our tradition, by striving to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. As a statewide nonprofit organization our support groups and programs are professionally led and are provided at no cost to help participants and caregivers cope with the emotional and life changing aspects of cancer.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

All services are funded by donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations. All money raised stays in Delaware, and 81 % of every dollar donated goes towards our supporting our programming. We offer support groups, mind/body stress reduction and educational workshops all at no cost to the cancer patients, caregivers and families in Delaware.

Charity Type: Community, Health, Social Services      

Website:  www.chhhde.org

Description: Caring Hearts Helping Hands, Inc. is a non-profit organization with the paramount goal of assisting the financially challenged working families of Kent County who for various reasons and circumstances beyond their control struggle to meet daily expenses. Staffed entirely by volunteers, CHHH has a long-term objective of procuring wish-granting families, companies, and organizations to contribute aid in support of deserving families throughout the year.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

CHHH provide new gifts for Christmas to children of low-income working families here in Kent County, matching families with wish-grantors who sponsor the children by purchasing necessary clothes and a few toys.  We cover approximately 120-125 families, 250-300 children for Christmas and purchasing shoe gift cards and fully packed book bags for our Heart and Sole (back to school) program (190 kids).  We also have a warehouse of donated clothing, shoes, and household items where our approved client families can come to shop once a month free of charge for anything they might need for their family.

Charity Type: Children, Social Services       

Website:  www.cdow.org/charities

Description: For over 190 years the mission of Catholic Charities – Diocese of Wilmington, is to address human suffering and to promote and restore the well-being of people and society by providing caring service to families and persons in need.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$45 will provide a total of 9 meals for a needy household

Charity Type: Children, Community, Health, Homelessness, Senior Services, Social Services

Website:  www.inlandbays.org

Description: As a National Estuary Program, the Center for the Inland Bays oversees the wise use and enhancement of Delaware’ s Inland Bays. These important bodies of water not only support millions of dollars of industry each year, but they also provide residents with a beautiful and unique source of outdoor recreation.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Donations made to the Center support public outreach and education, restoration, scientific research, and establishing and long-term process for the protection and preservation of the Inland Bays watershed.

Charity Type: Education, Environment

Website:  www.centraldelawarehabitat.org

Description: Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity seeks to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope. We provide affordable housing solutions related to homeownership, owner-occupied repairs, healthy home repairs and energy upgrades in Kent County. Our programs build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$30 provides a light fixture to brighten up a room

$125 provides an interior door that gives a child a peaceful night sleep and a quiet place for homework

$275 provides a window for fresh air and sunlight in a future home

$500 provides 80 2×4 studs to frame a future home

Charity Type: Community, Health, Homelessness, Social Services

Website:  www.changingfatesequine.org

Description: We are an equine rescue.  We rake horses into our program from different sources.  We have taken horses into our care from owners that can no longer afford to care for them as well as people that could no longer physically care for them.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

We are able to care for more horses with regular contributions. 

$15.00 donation can feed one horse for one week

Charity Type: Animals        

Website:  www.cheerde.com

Description: Established in 1971, CHEER provides an array of programs that enable Sussex County’s senior population (age 50+) to live independently in their home and community. Programs include Nutrition (Congregate meals in senior activity center and Homebound Meals on Wheels); Personal Assistance Services provided in the homes of the seniors; Transportation; Recreation; Adult Day Program for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia; CHEERMobile grocery delivery; Volunteer Services; Memory Cafe; Support Groups for Diabetes, Parkinson’s, and Grandparents raising grandchildren and many additional programs. CHEER programs support senior independence and allowing senior citizens to age in place in their own homes.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 will support one week of meals for a senior citizen;

$50 will support a week of operations of the CHEERMobile Grocery program that delivers groceries to the homes of seniors who are not able to shop for themselves;

$100 will support 4 hours of Personal In-home Assistance by a trained Direct Care Worker; or

$125 will support one day of Adult Day Program Care including activities, care plan, lunch, 2 snacks, cognitive stimulation, assistance with activities of daily living, medication administration and assessments; all under supervision of a licensed nurse.

Charity Type: Community, Disability Services, Health, Senior Services, Social Services, Veteran Services   

Website:  www.childinc.com

Description: Child, Inc. provides emergency shelters: 1 for abused children, 2 shelters for victims of domestic violence and their children, domestic violence hotline, clinical services for victims and perpetrators of domestic violence; parenting education, family support, runaway hotline and foster care.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$30 will provide food for one of the women staying with her children in one of the domestic violence shelters

$50 will provide a parenting education workshop for a new family

$107 will cover the cost of a lock change for one victim of domestic violence to ensure her safety

$250 will cover the cost of transportation and admission for a recreational/cultural activity for 8 abused, neglected, dependent youth living in our children’s shelter

$500 provides individual counseling services for six victims of domestic violence

$1,000 provides shelter for victim of domestic violence and his/her children for two weeks

Charity Type: Community, Social Services, Youth Development, Domestic Violence     

Website:  www.cffde.org

Description: Children & families First (CFF) serves 25,000 people each year through a comprehensive continuum of child·centered and family-focused services from prevention to Intervention to healing. This service delivery approach is designed to support key ingredients required for helping children develop in healthy ways and achieve educational goals and supporting adults to become responsive caregivers who are financially stable.  Our service areas span individual, family, and group social-emotional interventions, parenting skills training and education, case management. and social services.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 can provide two (2) school uniforms for an elementary student In one of our community schools, located in Delaware’s neediest neighborhoods.

$200 can provide two (2) family therapy sessions for a teen and their parents who are struggling with conflict, to prevent juvenile justice involvement or foster care placement.

$250 can provide a loaner device, program materials, incentives, and activity kits for a family participating in our Parent Enrichment classes so they can practice positive parenting skills.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Social Services      

Website:  www.cacofde.org

Description: Children’s Advocacy of Delaware provides a broad array of services in child friendly settings to coordinate the assessment and investigation of child abuse cases while assuring the victims receive immediate and sensitive support. The mission of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Delaware is to reduce the devastating long-term effects that child abuse has on children, their families and society through immediate, Coordinated, child-focused services, education and advocacy.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Contributions will be used to provide victim advocacy and forensic interview services for child victims and their families.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education      

Website:  www.cbhinc.org

Description: Children’s Beach House (CBH) serves children, ages 3-18, with communicative disabilities and developmental delays from under-resourced homes.  Our programs help children with special needs identify their natural strengths and talents in order to find success in life and become contributing members of their communities.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$15 will provide daily meals and snacks for one child

$25 will purchase program supplies for one child

$50 will provide holiday season necessities for one family

$100 will provide transportation for one child to participate in program services for one year

$250 will provide individualized case management for one child for one month

$500 will provide one week-long summer camp session and 10 monthly overnight weekend enrichment sessions for one child

Charity Type: Children, Community, Disability Services, Social Services, Youth Development    

Website:  www.childrenscancercause.org

Description: We provide the following programs or services to the residents of Delaware and all US residents who have a child diagnosed with cancer and childhood cancer survivors: free webinars, free advocacy toolkit, College Scholars program offering scholarships to childhood cancer survivors, The Stewart Initiative for Childhood Cancer Survivors, the Kids Action Network (KAN) advocacy group, and free Legislative Action Center to contact Members of Congress on issues affecting kids with cancer.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$40 per week for 50 weeks can provide a $2,000 scholarship to a childhood cancer survivor via our College Scholars Program

Charity Type: Children, Health       

Website:  https://christianacare.org/

Description: ChristianaCare is one of the country’s most dynamic health care systems, centered on improving health outcomes, making high-quality care more accessible and lowering health care costs. ChristianaCare includes an extensive network of outpatient services, home health care, urgent care centers, three hospitals (1,299 beds), a free-standing emergency department, a Level I trauma center and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit, a comprehensive stroke center and regional centers of excellence in heart and vascular care, cancer care and women’s health. At ChristianaCare, we serve our neighbors as respectful, expert, caring partners in their health.  We do this by creating innovative, effective, affordable systems of care that our neighbors value.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Generous support honors ChristianaCare nurses by providing opportunities for professional growth and advancement. Experienced, professional nurses appreciate working for a health system that values their contributions and recognizes their clinical leadership. Now more than ever, Christiana Care values our caregivers and continue to seek ways to advance nursing practice towards improvements in clinical excellence and patient outcomes. Philanthropy strengthens our nursing professionals’ ability to provide high-quality, exceptional care experience for every patient, every day.

Charity Type: Health        

Website:  www.ccacde.org

Description: *5-Star Early Childhood Education Arts Academy (Pre-School) for 3-5 year-old scholars

*After School Heart Under the Hoodie Program for 8-18 year old ‘At-Promise’ scholars

*School of the Arts Academy for age 6 to adult in beginner, intermediate and advanced instruction in dance, voice and music (drums, piano, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet) and music theory

*Future Entrepreneurs in Creative Industries Program – (20-30 students aged 15-24 placed in various industries with partner agencies around New Castle County)

*Live, virtual and hybrid performances by local, regional and national artists, including our 2 annual student recitals

*Gallery exhibitions to provide exposure to established and rising artists and to align prospective young artists with mentors through education

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$75-$99 provides for a family of 4 to attend CCAC cultural events.

$100-$249 provides a scholarship to 1 student enrolled in a class at the School of the Arts.

$250-$499 provides 10 hours of classroom artistic instruction in high-needs public schools providing artistic standards-aligned lessons that are integrated with school culture improving academic outcomes.

$500-$999 provides cost of dance recital costumes for 8-15 students.

$1,500-$2,499 provides supplies, educational activities, and social events for 5 students participating in The HeArt Under The Hoodie, youth violence prevention program.

$2,500-$4,999 supports the Parent Academy for 1 year to strengthen bonds with Early Childhood Education Arts Academy (ECEAA) families to increase students’ success.

$5,000 covers 1 intern’s salary for a school year enrolled in the Future Entrepreneur & Creative Industries Internship Program (FECIIP).

Charity Type: Arts & Culture, Children, Community, Education, Employment & Training Resources, Social Services, Youth Development  

Website:  www.ClaymontCenter.org

Description: Claymont Community Center enhances the community by addressing the basic human needs of wellness, belongingness and esteem.  Our signature programs include the Brandywine Senior Center, Claymont Food Closet, Empowered Youth, Learning Center and ESOL.  The Center is also home to 15 nonprofit and other organizations serving the community.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 buys books for an English language learner

$25 buys lunch for a senior for one week

Charity Type: Community, Senior Services, Social Services, Youth Development     

Website:  https://www.clearspacetheatre.org/

Description: Clear Space Theatre produces 13 shows each year.  More than 17,000 patrons from around southern Delaware and visitors to the state benefit from live theatre locally at the beach.  In addition to live theatre, Clear Space’s Arts Institute programs serve children from 3 to adult with classes, camps, and programs that aim to use acting, voice and movement to benefit the participants.  Students learn skills that go beyond the stage, like self-confidence, inclusion, teamwork, public speaking, improved memory and coordination, as well as a greater sense of belonging.  Regardless of age, Arts Institute programs serve to better the person whether performing on stage or in life.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$150 provides one student 3-6 one semester of Babies on Broadway

$275 provides one student 1st-8th grade one semester of Broadway Bound

$250 provides one student age 50+ one semester of Broadway Legends

$300 provides one student 4th-12th grade one semester in Spotlight on Young Performers

$350 provides one week of summer camp to one student 1st-12th grade

Charity Type: Economic Development, Employment & Training Resources, Health      

Website:  https://www.rehobothcommunitycenter.org/

Description: The purpose of the Community Resource Center is to assess the needs of individuals and families; identify and coordinate the use of community resources providing support to local community members; and coordinate on-site delivery of services, food, baby items and financial assistance based on need. During the winter months, we also offer a day center program for our homeless neighbors. With dignity and respect, the Community Resource Center helps individuals and families get to the next step of their journey towards self-sufficiency and stability.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

100% of the donations raised through the State Employees’ Charitable Campaign will be used to prevent eviction and utility interruption for families in our local area, to feed the hungry, to pay for medications for the elderly, and to ensure that infants and children have access to the basic needs to help them thrive.

Charity Type: Social Services        

Website:  https://www.connecting-generations.org/

Description: Connecting Generations provides mentoring and Social Emotional Learning programs that help children build positive buffers to adversity and increase their individual threshold or resilience to adverse factors. Through Creative Mentoring, mentors meet with students for 30-60 minutes once each week during the school day throughout the school year and is offered to all students in grades Kindergarten through 12Lh grade statewide.  Mentees are selected to participate through a variety of avenues including parent referral, teacher referral, and counselor referral. Our partnerships with 95 schools throughout the Slate allow us to serve more than 2300 students each year.

Mentoring will not only provide the support those children in foster care need but will also provide a protective factor that encourages growth and skill development in the core competencies of social and emotional learning.  Over time, strengthening the well-being of these children will help reduce the generational cycles of foster care and stabilize the lives of young people living in foster care.

Connecting Generations provides classroom-based programs and small-group workshops, to address the development of social-emotional skills in children and youth. These workshops integrate social emotional skills into the everyday lives of children, Students learn to strengthen relationships, improve self-esteem, build confidence, manage emotions, make responsible decisions, and enhance academic success. The workshops support efforts to improve school climate, enhance Positive Behavior Support Programs (PBS) and is also a tool for bully prevention.  All of these activities are tied to American School Counselor Association Standards.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 can provide program supplies for a classroom participating in social-emotional workshops

$50 will provide one hour of training for mentors

$140 will provide background checks and finger printing for 10 mentors to work with children

Charity Type: Children, Education, Youth Development      

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Website:  www.delaware4hfoundation.org

Description: The mission of The Delaware 4-H Foundation is to enhance and expand educational opportunities for Delaware 4-H’ers through private donations.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

The Delaware 4-H Foundation sponsors awards, trips, and scholarships for 4-H members. It also supports residential camps and provides funds for leadership development, program development and project specific support.

Charity Type: Animals, Arts & Culture, Children, Community, Education, Environment, Health, Military & Their Families, Youth Development

Website:  www.dapi.org

Description: The Delaware Adolescent Program, Inc. (DAPI) benefits the health and welfare of residents of Delaware by providing pregnant and parenting teen girls an opportunity to continue their education, review career/college options, obtain maternal health, and gain understanding regarding healthy life choices. The students learn the importance of self-sufficiency and the importance of waiting for additional children in hopes of preparing a stable income for a productive future.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 can offset the cost of a field trip to increase the view of the world to pregnant and parenting teens who may not have the opportunity to go beyond the state limits

$50 can support the purchase of baby items to assist students who are not prepared to bring a baby home from the hospital

$75 can help support 3 students as they are honored for outstanding attendance and/or academic achievement

$100 can support the annual cost of software and hardware used to provide an update educational environment with technology

Charity Type: Children, Education, Health, Social Services, Youth Development    

Website:  www.dasef.org

Description: DASEF Mission is to inspire and educate the people of the Delaware Valley in learning about Science, Space, Engineering, Earth’s Environment, and Mathematics (STEM) through the use of our academies, presentations, symposiums, professional development, events, and activities through the resources of the Environmental Outpost.

DASEF strives to improve the quality of life through its advocacy of education, the environment and strengthening the workforce

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Program costs $5.00 to $6.00 per person.  For more than 32 years, DASEF has contributed to the academic development of over 607,000 students, educators and others through the delivery of context-based activities consistent with current aerospace research and development. These multi-disciplinary and cooperative learning programs teach in tangible ways the skills of responsible decision making, leadership, teamwork, critical and creative thinking and communication and listening skills.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Youth Development

Website:  www.delart.org

Description: The mission of the Delaware Art Museum is “to connect people to art, offering an inclusive and essential community resource that through its collections, exhibitions, and programs, generates creative energy that sustains, enriches, empowers, and inspires.” 

For over 100 years, the Museum has served as a primary arts and cultural institution in Delaware. It is alive with experiences, discoveries, and activities to connect people with art and with each other. Originally created in 1912 to honor the renowned illustrator and Wilmington-native, Howard Pyle, the Museum’s collection has grown to over 12,000 works of art in our building and sculpture garden. Also recognized for British Pre-Raphaelite art, the Museum is home to the most comprehensive Pre-Raphaelite collection on display outside of the United Kingdom, and a growing collection of significant contemporary art.

The Delaware Art Museum (DelArt) is an anchor institution in our city, state, and region. Our collection, particularly our world-renowned Howard Pyle Collection and Bancroft Collection of Pre-Raphaelite Art, has deep roots in our community. Our current programs, exhibitions, outreach work, and special initiatives have made us both an important local leader as well as a best practice example for museums across the country. Included in these programs are numerous education and health-centered offerings for individuals from a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and interests, such as our Red Apple Fund for Student Enrichment programs that provide youth from underfunded schools and low-income neighborhoods the opportunity to creatively learn and grow from art, and our Healing Through the Arts wellness program for individuals who have direct, lived experiences with cancer or other environmental traumas. The Delaware Art Museum has continued to grow and develop to become a community hub of arts and culture for all residents of Delaware. Art is critical to a healthy community.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$20 Art kit to low-income family

$60 Month of storytime supplies for families

$75 One session of Family Yoga in the Sculpture Garden

$80 “Art Angel” Family Membership

$150 Virtual school tour for one class

$200 Standing Sign Holders

$250 Happy Hour Band

$250 Inside Look Gallery Talk

$250 Sponsor an Art Chat

$275 Sends a child to a one-week session of Summer Art Camp

Charity Type: Arts & Culture        

Website:  www.debreastcancer.org

Description: Headquartered in Wilmington with offices in Kent and Sussex Counties, the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition’s programs reach diverse communities to deliver messages that address their unique concerns about breast cancer and early detection. Recognizing the barriers of language, culture, and economics, DBCC trains community advocates through their Peer Mentor Program, as well as works to help educate and encourage women and men to take responsibility for their health through breast health presentations and community health fairs. In addition, the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition helps those with low incomes and those with little or no insurance receive free or reduced-cost care.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$30 can provide a woman with a mammogram.

Charity Type: Community, Education, Health, Social Services

Website:  www.delawarecareplan.org

Description: Delaware CarePlan seeks to enhance the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing life-long planning services, financial security, and support services beyond basic care during and after the life of their parents/families.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Contributions of any amount would assist Delaware CarePlan with the means for outreach to inform and educate families, service providers, and attorneys about the need to plan beyond the parents’ existence. Individuals with disabilities are vulnerable, but even moreso when they outlive their parents. DCP is able to provide oversight and quality assurance of care and, ultimately, peace of mind to parents and/or guardians who worry about what will happen to their loved ones when they are gone.

Charity Type: Disability Services        

Website:  www.dchv.org

Description: The Delaware Center for Homeless Veterans, Inc., is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code. This Corporation shall be a nonprofit corporation.

The vision of the program is to; provide safe, affordable housing to chronically homeless individuals in Delaware that results in self-sufficient, civic-oriented citizens.

The mission of the Delaware Center for Homeless Veterans, Inc, is to provide safe and affordable supportive housing, emergency, transitional and permanent housing, to formerly homeless individuals coupled with programming to assist in improving the lives of our residents, fostering the development of their economic self-sufficiency and independence, improving the quality of services we provide and strengthening the agencies and community in which we work.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$20 can provide a bed, food and supportive services to a homeless Veteran

$100 can provide D&A counseling for 30 days while a Veteran is housed in our program

Charity Type: Economic Development, Employment & Training Resources, Homelessness, Military & Their Families, Social Services, Veteran Services   

Website:  www.thedch.org

Description: The Delaware Center for Horticulture work includes creating and maintaining the first Urban Farm in the City of Wilmington, beautifying public landscapes, planting over 17,000 urban trees, and hosting educational programs and community events.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

EDUCATION: DCH offers workshops, lectures, and tours to gardeners of all levels, as well as our Branches to Chances: A Return-to-Work program for unemployed, underemployed, and previously incarcerated individuals. Training is aimed at connecting participants with positions in the horticultural industry and includes developing skills in landscaping, tree maintenance, and computer and financial literacy.

PUBLIC LANDSCAPES: DCH’s Public Landscapes Program makes the diverse world of horticulture prominent and accessible to all people. Partnering with individuals, agencies, and regional businesses, we use our expertise in landscape design and implementation to beautify public spaces. We offer consultation services and corporate sponsorships for these spaces throughout New Castle County Delaware. DCH’s public landscapes have a real quantifiable impact: the 22 public sites host 187 unique plant species that support native pollinators; the sites are projected to capture 213 metric tons of atmospheric carbon dioxide in the next ten years; and 176,456 vehicles pass these beautiful sites on a daily basis.

COMMUNITY GARDENS & URBAN HORTICULTURE: DCH supports community gardens and helped establish Wilmington’s first urban farm. Located in vacant lots and public spaces, DCH-sponsored community gardens provide children and adults alike a place to learn and grow together. The E.D. Robinson Urban Farm rose out of a trash-strewn lot, becoming a community garden and commercial growing space. The Farm supports a local food system, providing residents with fresh fruits and vegetables while beautifying the landscape.

COMMUNITY FORESTRY: Our Community Forestry Program partners with local, state, and federal groups to promote the benefits of urban trees. Since 1977, we have assisted neighborhoods in planting and maintaining over 18,000 trees on Wilmington streets. DCH also annually leads Arbor Day programs, maintains the city tree inventory, and organizes tree giveaways and volunteer planting events.

Charity Type: Arts & Culture, Community, Education, Employment & Training Resources, Environment, Health   

Website:  www.dcadv.org

Description: The Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a statewide, nonprofit organization and coalition of organizations, groups and individuals that strive to promote conditions that prevent and eliminate domestic violence by educating its members and community partners; providing informational resources to the community; and advocating as a strong, unified voice for victims/survivors of domestic violence, children who are affected, domestic violence programs and victim service providers.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Your support allows us to provide more trainings; do more advocacy and policy work which includes advocating for victims’ safety and more funding for domestic violence services; and we can also do more prevention work by supporting community-based initiatives and building new partnerships to address root causes of violence.

Charity Type: Social Services        

Website:  www.dcrac.org

Description: DCRAC integrates legal & financial services with community education and advocacy to enable low-wealth Delawareans to manage their own financial futures and thrive within mainstream banking and legal systems. We proudly work with community members to match our services to their needs, ensuring everyone who walks through our doors has the necessary services, resources, and knowledge to access credit, capital, and legal support. In Delaware, we’re also the only group making sure the big banks that our state economy is built around give back to the community-and we’ve been doing that since 1987.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$500 can help someone record title to their home, prepare a will, have their legal documents reviewed by an attorney, resolve their tax debts.

Charity Type: Economic Development        

Website:  https://www.concernsofpolicesurvivors.org/delawarecops

Description: 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.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

COPS can provide counseling services for surviving spouses, children, adult children, parents, significant others, etc. Delaware COPS provides law enforcement training in line of duty death matters.

Charity Type: Law Enforcement & Their Families        

Website:  www.dewildliferescue.com

Description: Wildlife-human interactions have increased over the past decade. DCWRE provides specialized care for injured and orphaned wildlife which reduces the potential dangers to the public and addresses the concerns/distress that the public experience when encountering these animals.  DCWRE also provides specialized training, outreach, and education on native wildlife including how to recognize symptoms of diseases such as rabies, distemper, and chronic wasting disease and how to avoid exposure. DCWRE members continue to train and keep current with emerging issues by attending regional and local workshops and meetings hosted by experts in the field of wildlife rehabilitation.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Members of DCWRE are state (DNREC-Division of Fish and Wildlife) licensed wildlife rehabilitators.

DCWRE members are unpaid volunteers that provide nutrition, housing, and medical treatment to wildlife that would otherwise cost the state $1,000s per year. DCWRE handles 100s of phone inquiries from the public pertaining to wildlife and responds to reports of injured or orphaned wildlife.

Many species that are rehabilitated are valuable game species or non-game species important to Delaware’s natural heritage. DCWRE covers the cost from intake to release, for example: $10 can buy specialized nutritional formula needed to raise a litter of orphaned cottontail rabbits or squirrels from few days old to release back into the wild.

Charity Type: Animals, Education, Environment

Website:  www.DEdreams.org

Description: Delaware Dreams, Inc. is a Delaware private foundation est. in 1987. Delaware Dreams, Inc. has responded to individual cases brought to us by a local children’s hospital. Beyond the many individual cases, Delaware Dreams has also sponsored a holiday event (since 1988) and a summer picnic (since 1990) for the families of children being treated for cancer at the Nemours Hospital for Children (located in Wilmington, DE). As of 2015 we also sponsor a holiday party for families battling Sickle Cell disease through the Nemours Hospital for Children. These events offer an opportunity for the entire family to interact in a relaxed atmosphere with the doctors and nurses they have all grown to know only in a hospital setting.

For children who are technology-dependent or require skilled nursing, palliative, and end-of-life care, Delaware Dreams works with Exceptional Care for Children, the only skilled Pediatric Nursing Facility in the State of Delaware. Delaware Dreams works with the staff to find what can be provided to enhance the lives of the children and their families while they are in the home-like setting.

Since 1989 Delaware Dreams has been a proud supporter of higher education through the Delaware FAME program (Forum to Advance Minorities in Engineering) by annually awarding a two-year college scholarship to a graduating member of the FAME program.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

The primary Delaware Dreams mission since 1987 is to provide for the special needs and/or wishes of Delaware children with a critical illness, a health-related hardship, or serious life challenges. We are a small foundation and are honored to be able to bring assistance to families during stressful times. The kindness of our supporters enables Delaware Dreams to continue our mission.

Charity Type: Children        

Website:  www.dfrc.org

Description: DFRC runs the Hand-in-Hand Program, in conjunction with the DFRC 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 promote acceptance and inclusion with school and peer groups. DFRC also raises funds to support other programs throughout the state of Delaware that enrich the lives of Delawareans with intellectual disABILITIES.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

DFRC is a well-respected foundation dedicated to raising funds and consciousness through quality events to support enrichment programs, so that all Delawareans with intellectual disABILITIES have the opportunity to maximize their potential, independence, and enjoyment of life.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Disability Services, Health, Youth Development, Disability Awareness and Inclusion   

Website:  www.delawareguidance.org

Description: Delaware Guidance Services (DGS) is the largest provider of outpatient behavioral health services to children and families in the State of Delaware. We treat a broad range of diagnoses including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), traumatic stress-related disorders, and suicidal ideation. Using a trauma-informed lens, we create respectful, thoughtful, and culturally-aware spaces for youth and families to process the impact of trauma and build resiliency.

DGS provides outpatient counseling, group therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, and school-based services. Youth and families requiring more intense therapy have access to DGS’ community-based service lines. Through DGS’ 24-hour statewide Crisis Response Line (1-800-969-HELP (4357)), skilled crisis intervention clinicians are dispatched to provide immediate care to children in behavioral health crises.

DGS operates offices in Wilmington, Newark, Dover, Lewes, and Seaford. We offer telehealth services, and we provide care to anyone in need, regardless of their ability to pay. Over 93% of DGS clients report improvement in their level of functioning following treatment, and therapeutic benefits extend to clients’ siblings, caregivers, classmates, and peers.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 will provide a child with art therapy supplies

$25 will provide a set of playground balls for one DGS’ office location

$40 will provide a family with a bus pass to travel to and from therapy

$85 will cover a therapy session for an uninsured/underinsured client

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Health, Social Services, Youth Development

Website:  www.delawarehiv.org

Description: By working collaboratively with community partners and by providing direct services itself, the Consortium ensures that Delawareans living with HIV/AIDS have access to HIV case management, transportation assistance, a housing assistance program, emergency financial assistance, HIV community planning, outreach, education, testing and linkage to care, and advocacy.   The Consortium also provides subcontracted services to the Delaware Division of Public Health, administering programs such as a HIV prevention education campaign,  a data to care re-engagement program, a mail order condom distribution program, and a PrEP Navigation program.   The Consortium provides statewide services to Delawareans living with HIV through offices in Wilmington and Milford, Delaware.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 donation can provide HIV counseling & testing for two people using our collaborative program with local Walgreens pharmacies.  Those tested not only learn their HIV status, but they also come away with risk reduction counseling that can help keep them from HIV infection.

Charity Type: Health        

Website:  https://delawarehospice.org

Description: Delaware Hospice’s mission is to support every individual, family, and community with compassionate and expert care for serious illness through its programs and services:  Delaware Transitions, Delaware Palliative, Delaware Hospice, Delaware Hospice Center, Katybug Pediatric Program, Bereavement and New Hope.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$7- Would help cover the cost of a 7-day rented walker for a hospice patient.

$15- Would help cover the cost of a New Hope Bear to a grieving child.

$35- Would help cover the cost of educational materials for families.

$50- Would help cover the cost of bereavement books for our family support center.

$75- Would help cover the cost of a family bereavement visit from a Delaware Hospice Counselor.

$115- Would help cover the cost of the materials and support to train anew volunteer.

$350- Would help cover the cost of a camper summer bereavement camp.  Camp New Hope is for children 6-18.

$850- Would help cover the cost of a day of care at the Delaware Hospice Center.

Charity Type: Health        

Website:  www.delawarehumane.org

Description: Delaware Humane Association’s community programs help the residents of the State of Delaware in many ways. We provide dog and cat adoptions that help with the quality of life and happiness of Delawareans. We also provide free and low cost services and help underadvantaged residents, such as spay/neuter surgeries, vaccination clinics, and preventative care. Finally, we offer programs that help keep pets in their homes with their loved ones, like financial assistance and a free pet food pantry.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 can provide meals for an animal in our care for one week

$30 can provide vaccinations for a new animal that comes into our care

$100 can pay for a spay or neuter surgery for a dog or cat

$200 can cover the costs of our transportation program to move cats and dogs to the places that will help them find homes

Charity Type: Animals        

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Description: The Delaware National Guard Youth Foundation (DNGYF) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation with a mission to develop discipline, character, and resilience in our Delaware National Guard youth through prevention programs, education, and activities that enhance and build young leaders within our military community.  Delaware National Guard youth served are defined as DEERS-eligible dependent, child, or legal dependent of a current or retired Delaware Army or Air National Guard Member.

Currently, over 2,700 men and women serve in in the DE National Guard with countless retired whose dependents are eligible for our programs.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

DNGYF provides various programming to including Family/Kids quarterly events (bowling, waterpark, zoo trips, movie nights) to build family bonding with children and parents. Camp Colwell Activity Grants provides grants for sports, fine arts, camps, and similar extracurricular activities to eligible DE Guard Kids ages 3-13. The Foundation will award 100 grants (up to $300 per eligible child) to pay for extracurricular activities. The intent of all our activities and programs is to promote respect, friendship, leadership, team skills, self-confidence, self-esteem, and community involvement.  The camp aims to assist youth in gaining an understanding of why their Guard parent serves in the National Guard and to help our Guard youth cope with the stress and confusion of separation/deployment.

Charity Type: Children, Military & Their Families, Veteran Services, Youth Development     

Website:  https://delawaresafety.org

Description: SmartDrive and Delaware Safety Council provide safety training services to a very broad array of Delawareans. Our many classes include, Defensive Driving, CPR/AED, targeted safety training for teens and seniors and certification programs in industrial, workplace and community safety that include our unique highway flagger training program with Delaware’s Department of Corrections.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 will allow a teenager to become a certified defensive driver in Delaware, prompting an insurance discount and critical safety knowledge

$50 will provide CPR/AED training for anyone who needs that critical lifesaving knowledge

$50 will allow a citizen re-entering society from Delaware’s correctional system to receive certification as a highway flagger, which can land him or her a very good paying job

Charity Type: Community, Education, Employment & Training Resources      

Website:  www.delspca.org

Description: The human-animal relationship is a special, priceless bond, and pets have become even more important during this challenging time. Larger numbers of people are desiring to adopt pets to prevent loneliness and improve their mental and physical health. Pets truly benefit the overall wellbeing of their families.

Another way in which Delaware SPCA benefits the health and welfare of Delaware residents is by providing affordable animal vaccinations, protecting the public from rabies and other serious public health conditions. Delaware SPCA hosts vaccination clinics regularly throughout the year; offers low-cost vaccines to clients and members of the community at our facility; and educates the public about the importance of these vaccinations. We anticipate that our services will continue to grow in the coming months and years, especially as we prepare to merge with DHA, another longstanding animal welfare organization, serving even more people and animals in the coming years.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 provides 1 animal with a microchip so that, if lost, the pet can be reunited with his family

$25 funds a month’s supply of tasty and nutritious food for a cat

$50 feeds a mama dog and her puppies in foster care for one week

$150 prepares 3 animals for adoption (vaccines, microchips, and flea/tick preventatives)

$250 provides 15 families in need with a month of pet food via our community pet food pantry

Charity Type: Animals        

Website:  https://www.dspmuseum.com

Description: The Museum offers an experience, that allows visitors to view the history of the Delaware State Police. It also offers a one day summer camp for children show casing the DSP Division and it various components and specialties. The Museum also makes available their conference and training rooms to the Division and some other state agencies at no charge.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

The Museum does not charge for tours, visitors or use of its facilities. It does accept donations. All donations are used to operate and maintain the Museum for public tours providing the history of the Division of the State Police.

Charity Type: Arts & Culture, Community, Education, Law Enforcement & Their Families, Youth Development, Museum   

Website: http://www.delawaretroopers.org
Description: Delaware State Trooper Association Benevolent Fund provides financial and other assistance to all law enforcement officers and their families in the event of a line-of-duty, injury, or illness.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

  • Meals, lodging and transportation expenses provided to family members during hospitalizations, medical treatments, testing, etc.

Charity Type: Law Enforcement 

Website:  https://www.dtcc.edu/about/giving

Description: The Delaware Technical Community College Educational Foundation exists to bridge the gap between the needs and resources of the College. The non-profit, tax-exempt corporation was established in 1968 to raise funds to provide assistance to Delaware Tech students who wish to enhance their lives through education and training.

The Foundation’s mission is to work with donors to ensure a quality and accessible Delaware Tech education for all.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Donations support students in the way of books, tuition, student educational supplies, and other needs of the campus community.

Charity Type: Education        

Website:  www.dvfassn.com

Description: The DVFA Foundation awards scholarships to members and their families of the Delaware Volunteer Fire Service through an application process. This provides the recipients with continuing college educational opportunities.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

The DVFA Foundation was able to provide scholarships to 17 deserving recipients for the 2021-2022 scholastic season. All contributions, no matter the size, will allow the Foundation to continue this program with awarding those who wish to better themselves by furthering their education.

Charity Type: Education        

Website:  www.DVLS.org

Description: Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc., (DVLS) is an agency dedicated to providing quality pro bono legal services to the poor in Delaware. DVLS recruits, trains and mentors attorneys willing to serve as pro bona counsel for needy individuals with meritorious civil legal issues.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

For every dollar invested in civil legal aid in Delaware, there is a $7.23 economic return for Delaware and its communities.

Charity Type: Legal Services        

Website:  www.delmarvacouncil.org

Description: The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

It cost approximately $250 per year to fund the annual program delivery for a Scout.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Environment, Health, Youth Development   

Website:  https://www.dimh.info

Description: The Dover Interfaith Mission for Housing provides shelter and supportive housing to men experiencing homelessness. Services, meals, and case management are provided to all adults in need of shelter and assistance with regaining productive lives. A daytime resource center offers mail, laundry, and personal hygiene facilities as well as help with accessing public benefits, employment, and other needs. The organization plans to move to a permanent facility and to expand housing access during the coming year.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 provides food for a day or personal hygiene supplies for an individual

$10 shelters and feeds a man for 24 hours

$50 pays for bedding and blankets for a new bed in supportive housing

Larger donations may be designated or will be used to support new facilities

Charity Type: Community, Homelessness, Social Services      

Website:  www.dsadelaware.org

Description: The Down Syndrome Association of Delaware serves all individuals with Down syndrome and their families and caregivers, from birth to adulthood, throughout the state of Delaware. We also provide resources to medical personnel including physicians, therapists, and general practitioners that treat individuals with Down syndrome, as well as educators who are teaching students with Down syndrome, throughout the state.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$100 provides a basket filled with resources and baby items to a new parent of a baby with Down syndrome.

Charity Type: Disability Services

Website:  www.ducks.org

Description: Ducks Unlimited supports the life cycle of waterfowl in North America by developing, preserving, restoring, and maintaining waterfowl habitat. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Developing, preserving, restoring, and maintaining waterfowl habitat across North America.

Charity Type: Environment        

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Website:  https://www.easterseals.com/de/

Description: Easterseals provides exceptional services,education,outreach and advocacy, so that people living with disabilities can live,learn,work and play in their communities.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25, a caregiver can take a much-needed break from caregiving and rejuvenate through our Respite Care program, which offers small grants to families.

$50, a senior can maintain their dignity and independence. Easterseals helps seniors stay active in their community while their caregivers are able to work worry free.

$100, an individual living with a disability is able to attend day services for adults with disabilities. Through these programs participants stay connected, make lifelong friendships and master new skills.

$250, a participant can receive job training and coaching through Easterseals Supported Employment, which are the first steps toward career success.

$500, children can meet their milestones through physical, occupational and speech therapies realizing their full potential thanks to the strong foundation built with Easterseals Children’s Therapy Services.

$1000, a participant experiences independence in a safe and nurturing environment attending Camp Fairlee with endless possibilities for adventure.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Disability Services, Employment & Training Resources, Health, Senior Services, Social Services, Youth Development 

Website:  https://covenantde.org/program/edge

Description: Serving the neighborhoods of Bellefonte, Bellevue, and Edgemoor Gardens in North Wilmington, the free ‘EDGE After-School’ program supports up to 45 children in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade who attend Mt. Pleasant Elementary, a Title I school in which 29% of students live in poverty. At-risk children who have fallen below curriculum grade standards are referred to EDGE for specialized tutoring in math and reading, social emotional learning, and arts and music enrichment programming.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Donations raised will support the organization’s projected program expenses and ensure that the ‘EDGE After School’ program continues to support the academic and social and emotional enrichment of underserved children from Mt. Pleasant Elementary School.

‘EDGE After School’ offers three hours of free supportive resources and arts enrichment, in collaboration with The Music School of Delaware, five days a week, to accomplish its mission of improving children’s lives in one generation through caring and trusting relationships.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Social Services, Youth Development    

Website:  www.murpheyschool.org

Description: The Murphey School provides residential foster care for children and youth who are in the custody of Department of Services for Children, Youth and their families. We also provide independent living skills and transitional living housing and services for youth aging out of foster care.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Any contribution that is given would help provide critical tutoring services for children whose education was affected by movements necessitated by their placement.

Charity Type: Children, Social Services, Youth Development      

Website:  www.efde.org

Description: Epilepsy Foundation of DE provides essential trainings and support programs at no charge to recipients.  Group support is an important resource for anyone living with a chronic illness.  Support groups are led by one of our community educators who have extensive personal and professional experience coping with epilepsy and its impact on families and caregivers. These support groups provide knowledge and understanding along with an opportunity for attendees to share experiences and resources in a confidential setting.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 can provide counseling services for one (1) individual

$50 can provide one (1) training session to an emergency response unit

$75 can provide workplace advocacy and education for one individual with epilepsy

$100 can provide educational material for twenty (20) individuals

$250 can provide support groups for individuals, family, and friends for an entire year

$500 can provide community awareness materials

$1000 can provide a “Be Seizure Smart” program to fifty (50) schools

Charity Type: Disability Services, Education, Health, Social Services     

Website:  www.exceptionalcare.org

Description: Exceptional Care for Children (ECC) improves the lives of medically fragile children and their families through skilled nursing, transitional and palliative care. We are a haven for healing fragile bodies when improvement is possible, and a refuge for nurturing vulnerable spirits when a cure is unattainable.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

All money raised at ECC directly benefits our children and the programs that impact them:

$5 donation provides entry or participation fees for (1) ECC child to partake in an off-site Field Trip or an on-site community-learning experience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • $50 donation provides our Child Advocate to purchase seasonal outfits for (1) resident. Our children outgrow their clothing quickly and we usually need to replenish their clothings prior to each season!
  • $100 donation would provide birthday gifts and a birthday party to (2) children at ECC. Birthdays are a big deal here at ECC and we host a themed-party each month.

Charity Type: Children, Health       

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Website: faithfulfriends.us

Description: 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.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 helps us feed a dog or cat at our animal shelter

$15 provides vaccines to our adoptable pets

$20 supports our community programs, for example our Free Pet Food & Supply Bank

$50 supports the daily care for 10 adoptable animals from our animal shelter

$100 helps spay/neuter, vaccinate, and microchip animals

Charity Type: Animals, Community        

Website:  https://www.famedelaware.org/

Description: FAME, Inc. provides vital out-of-school educational opportunities/job exposure to students in grades K-12. The majority of students served come from Low to Moderate Income (LMI) households.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 provides 1 student with 1 week of educational supplies & materials

$50 provides 2 students with after-school STEM programming for 3 days a week for 5 weeks

$100 provides 35 students with science journals to record scientific & technology experiments

Charity Type: Education        

Website:  www.familypromisede.org

Description: Family Promise of Northern New Castle County 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.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 keeps a family warm, it pays for bedding for a family in our shelter programs.

$100 keeps a family together, it pays for one night of needed shelter for a family when our capacity is full.

$500 helps sustain our shelter program, it offsets the cost of running our Hospitality Center.

$1,000 moves a family into housing, it pays for a family’s security deposit.

Charity Type: Homelessness, Social Services       

Website:  www.fsac-spca.org

Description: First State Animal Center- SPCA 1) prevents cruelty and suffering to Delaware animals.  2) promotes compassion through outreach and education through low cost animal services.  3) protects residents by placing only stable, well-adjusted animals into safe homes.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 can feed a shelter animal for one week

$50 will provide vaccinations and medical treatment for a dog at the shelter

Charity Type: Animals, Community       

Website:  www.firststatecaa.org

Description: First State’s mission is to work towards the elimination of poverty and lessen the effects of poverty on people with low incomes. Currently we provide over 20 programs aimed at building whole, empowered families arid Inclusive, healthy communities equipped with the knowledge and tools they need to thrive. Our organization is strategically aligned into three focus areas – Client-Based Services, Community Services, and Special Projects and Populations.

Each organizational domain focuses on core activities that align with the end goal of family and community empowerment and independence. Community organizing, capacity building, leadership and skill development, technical support, advocacy, and direct services are all strategies the agency employs to combat the root causes of poverty. By providing a comprehensive array of services on both the family and community level, First State is working to systematically eliminate the causes and conditions of poverty.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 Dollars can provide up to 5 days of food supply for a hungry household in crisis

$25 dollars can provide a license for someone transitioning back into the community from incarceration.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Employment & Training Resources, Health, Homelessness, Senior Services, Social Services, Youth Development

Website:  www.fbd.org

Description: The mission of the Food Bank of Delaware (FBD) is to provide nutritious foods to Delawareans in need and facilitate long-term solutions to the problems of hunger and poverty through community education and advocacy. FBD strives to alleviate hunger through programs that provide not only emergency food assistance, but also help to lift people out of poverty by giving them the skills necessary to earn a living wage. The FBD works to achieve the mission by providing community-based programs that not only provide emergency food assistance to people in need, but also provide pathways to self-sufficiency for low-income individuals. FBD partnered with over 600 community organizations to distribute over 30 million lbs. of food assistance since the COVID-19 crisis began in March 2020. Current programs provided by the Food Bank out of either or Newark or Milford facilities include; Backpack Children’s Meal Program, Senior Nutrition, Healthy Pantry Centers, Employment Training (Culinary and Warehousing/Logistics, Mobile Pantry, Financial Coaching, SNAP Application Assistance and Nutrition Education.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Through our two facilities (Milford and Newark) and our statewide network of over 600 community partners, the Food Bank is able to distribute the equivalent of 3 meals for every $1 donated.

The Food Bank of Delaware’s Backpack Program provides weekend meal kits for food insecure youth each week for an entire year for a total of $300. Each pack costs $5 providing the equivalent of four shelf stable meals and two shelf stable snacks.

Charity Type: Children, Employment & Training Resources, Health, Senior Services, Social Services    

Website:  www.forgottencats.org

Description: The goal of Forgotten Cats, Inc. is to humanely reduce the feral cat population through Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate and Return( average of 1100 plus cats/month); give rabies vaccinations to prevent the spread of rabies and to provide humane education. We work closely with Delaware Animal Services. We also provide adoption services.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$100 provides for the Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate and Return of a female and male cat, preventing the birth of 2100 homeless cats within 4 years

Charity Type: Animals, Community, Education, Environment, Health    

Website:  www.friendsofbellevuestatepark.org

Description: Friends of Bellevue actively organize and assist with recreational, educational and preservation activities throughout the Park.  We have secured funds for restoration of the track, which encourages walking, biking, and running and includes workout stations.  We have funded the restoration of many of the historic buildings at Bellevue including the Mt. Pleasant complex and developed a GPS self-guided tours to share the history. Friends obtained funding for the repairs to the Figure 8/Hunter Barn, stabilization of the Percheron Barn, restoration of the Mt Pleasant Schoolhouse and repaving of major roads within Bellevue.  We support the summer camps and school programs for the health and wellness as well as learning opportunities for school age kids. We help fund the summer concert series which provides a fun family activity and supports the Arts. Friends obtained grant funding for tree planting.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

We provide camp scholarships for underserved children to attend Bellevue’s summer camp program ($500).  We also provide funds for the fees for school programs which are $4-$8 per child.

Charity Type: Arts & Culture, Children, Community, Education, Environment, Youth Development   

Website:  www.delawareveteranstrustfund.com

Description: The fund provides emergency financial assistance to Delaware Veterans (with discharges of Honorable & General Under Honorable Conditions). The assistance ranges from rent/mortgage, utilities, auto repair, medical & other verifiable financial needs.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$400 can pay a veteran’s overdue utilities payment, preventing disconnection of services

$800 can pay a veteran’s auto repair bill, giving them a means to get to work

$1,000 can pay a veteran’s rent, preventing homelessness

Charity Type: Military & Their Families, Veteran Services       

Phone: (302)349-5115

Description: Friends of Killen’s 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.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$180 for software update to surveillance camera

$250 for a scholarship for a Summer Camper

$2000 for multiple Summer Concerts

Charity Type: Animals, Arts & Culture, Children, Community, Education, Environment, Youth Development  

Website:  www.africanunioncemetery.org

Description: Our group 1) preserves and maintains a historically significant cemetery, and 2) tells the stories of the United States Colored Troops and the African American citizens of Polktown, one of Delaware’s first free black communities, through living history programs and outreach activities.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

A contribution allows us to present our living history program, free of charge, to school and community groups. We teach the role of African American soldiers in the Civil War, and the history of Polktown, a free black community in Delaware.

Charity Type: Community, Education, Youth Development      

Phone: (302)739-4111

Description: The Delaware Veterans Home is a long term care facility located in Milford. The Friends of the Delaware Veterans Home supports veterans that are living at the Home. The Friends of the Delaware Veterans Home raise funds to support and enhance the facilities, maintenance and operations of the Delaware Veterans Home for projects not funded by the Veterans Administration or the State of Delaware.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Contributions will enhance the lives of the Veterans living at the Veterans Home. In the past, the Friends of the Delaware Veterans Home have raised money for residents to receive newspapers, the building of a gazebo, a fishing pond and contributions towards the building of a Dental suite.

Charity Type: Military & Their Families, Veteran Services       

Website:  www.friendshiphousede.org

Description: Friendship House strives to unite people facing homelessness with loving, supportive communities they can call home. Our programs, which include transitional housing, clothing bank warehouse, drop-in empowerment centers, as well as winter sanctuaries, assist individuals in need of job training, financial assistance, emergency relief, basic necessities, or transportation.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 can provide coffee, creamer, and sugar for 1 month of our Sunday Breakfast grab-and-go breakfast

$100 can provide 4 New Castle County their birth certificates

$250 can keep a family’s lights on through our Financial Assistance program

$500 can provide 10 New Castle County students new school uniform items

$1,000 accommodate a new resident in our Transitional Housing Program for a month while they focus solely on recovery.

Charity Type: Community, Homelessness       

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Website:  http://www.donors1.org/

Description: Gift of Life Donor Program coordinates & educates on lifesaving organ and tissue donation/transplantation in DE. It provides essential outreach education on the critical need for organ and tissue transplantation.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Contributions will support public education in schools and materials in the OMV in DE, promoting life saving and life enhancing organ and tissue donation and transplantation.

Charity Type: Health        

Website:  www.gscb.org

Description: Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay provides leadership programs to girls in grades K-12th throughout the State of Delaware. Program focus is on STEM, outdoors, life skills, and entrepreneurship. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is girl-led, girl-only, and designed specifically for girls. Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 – registration fee for one low-income adult volunteers to join Girl Scouts

$45 – registration fee for one low-income girl to join Girl Scouts

$100 – will provide a STEM program to five girls

$275 – will send one girl to a Girl Scouts day camp for a week

$475 – will send one girl to a Girl Scouts resident camp for a week

Charity Type: Youth Development        

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Website:  www.habitatncc.org

Description: Since 1986, Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County (HFHNCC) has been making home more affordable for low-income families throughout New Castle County.  We are one of the largest Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic out of over 200 affiliates.  Our impact spans beyond traditional affordable housing programs.  We have programs to fit the vast housing needs of those we serve, such as affordable homeownership opportunities, critical home repairs and maintenance, appliance replacement, and neighborhood revitalization. Over the past 35 years, we have created over 280 affordable homeownership opportunities, preserved homeownership for over 200 households, lowered household energy costs for over 300 families, and served over 1,100 community residents.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Every dollar raised goes towards providing affordable housing solutions for  low-income families in New Castle County.

Charity Type: Environment, Health, Social Services

Website:  www.harringtonseniorcenter.org

Description: Harrington Senior Center provides services, socialization, meals, educational, and recreational classes on a variety of topics for seniors. We are also offering a variety of virtual programming opportunities as well on Facebook Live, Zoom, and via email. We take educational and recreational trips geared toward seniors. All of these opportunities help keep their mind and bodies active which allows them to live independently longer.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5.00 a day helps provide a Senior with a free meal with our Grab-N-Go lunch program.

$45 a month can supply our members with MIFI devices. We have 40 MIFl’s that we can utilize.

Any amount we receive allows us to keep programming at a reduced rate as many of our Seniors are low income and cannot afford to participate in classes with higher cost.

Charity Type: Senior Services

Facebook:  Hidden Haven Equine

Description: Hidden Haven Equine volunteers bring specially-trained and outfitted miniature horses into nursing homes, schools, and to hospital and community venues-­engaging with the residents, patients, children and adults, and promoting the joy and stress relief of hands-on equine therapy.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

There is no charge for visits/events. Tax deductible donations are welcome and support the care, training, and transport of horses and volunteers comprised of 4-H and FFA members, honor society and club students, compassionate adults, and more. Small donations can fund equine grooming supplies, etc.: larger donations enable continued statewide transportation.

Charity Type: Animals, Children, Community      

Website:  https://www.hilltoplnc.org/

Description: Hilltop offers a variety of programs and services to predominantly low-income children and families.  Some of the programs and services are: Early Care and Education (Early Head Start and ECAP), School-Age (Before and After Care, Evening Enrichment and Summer Camp programs), Tutoring, Sports Teams, Beauty Camp, Field Trips, Social Service Referrals, Parent/Teacher Conferences, Home Visits, Parent Committee and Policy Council.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$60 would pay for a monthly DART bus pass for a family to get their child to Hilltop.

$90 would cover the cost of a field trip for 3 preschool children.

$150.55 will send a child to summer camp for a week.

$343.00 would cover the tuition for an older toddler for 2 weeks.

$600 would help to cover the cost of 1 bus for a local summer camp field trip.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Youth Development     

Website:  www.homeofthebravefdn.org

Description: The mission of the Home of the Brave is to reduce homelessness among our Military Veteran population. In addition to providing transitional housing, food and security, we assit with employment, counseling services, access to healthcare, transportation and locating afforable housing. It is our goal to help our veterans successfully transition into permanent housing and personal independence.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$2,970 pays for 1 homeless veteran to be housed for a month at no cost to the veteran

Charity Type: Children, Employment & Training Resources, Health, Homelessness, Military & Their Families, Senior Services, Social Services, Veteran Services 

Website:  www.HomelessCatHelpers.org

Description: People care deeply about not only their pet cats, but also about the “free-roaming” cats outside.  People receive comfort from our guidance and financial consideration and assistance for all of our Low-Cost services, especially for spay/neuter and surrender/adoption.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 can provide distemper shots to 2 kittens

$10 can provide a rabies shot to 1 adult

$20 can provide an 18 lb. bag of cat food to a low-income family

$50 can neuter a male cat, or subsidize a female spay

Charity Type: Animals, Community

Website:  https://hopediningroom.org/

Description: Hope Dining Room provides a midday meal Monday through Friday to all those in need.  Before the pandemic, meals were served inside at tables.  Currently we are operating with meals to go.  We hope to back to serving inside meals when public is fully vaccinated, hopefully Jun 1, 2022.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 donation will provide 8-10 meals to those in need

Charity Type: Community, Homelessness       

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Website:  https://www.inglesidehomes.org

Description: Ingleside Homes, Inc. provides affordable housing, healthcare and supportive social services to low-moderate income seniors. Programs include:

  • 1971 – Ingleside Retirement Homes (IRA) – HUD 236 – 208 independent living, apartments for seniors, with 40+ supportive social services, transportation, 3 meals per day.
  • 2006 – Ingleside Assisted Living (IAL) – 60 units, any medically qualified senior, regardless of annual income amount can live at IAL using Medicaid Waiver.
  • 2005 – Ingleside Home Healthcare (IHHC) – Rate adjusted assistance with activities of daily living, sliding scale fee, or no cost for services so that residents maintain their dignity.
  • 1998 – Ingleside Senior Services (ISS) – Community outreach and minor home repairs for isolated seniors throughout Delaware; in partnership with NCC, the City of Wilmington, Delaware
  • 2020 – H. Fletcher Brown Mansion Apartments -(HFBM) 35 HUD section 202 independent apartments for seniors (HFBM).
  • 1990 – Down’s Cultural Center – Free Senior-focused activities and program

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$3 Provides three hot meals per day

$15 Provides a month provide transportation for a senior to/from medical appointments

$48 Provides 30 days of safe shelter in a warm private apartment

Charity Type: Health, Homelessness, Senior Services, Social Services     

Website:  https://www.icclarts.org/

Description: The Inner City Cultural League Inc (ICCL) started in the 1970s as a youth athletic organization formed to address the lack of activities for youth in Dover. In 1994 the organization changed to focus on arts and culture. ICCL provides opportunities for  at-risk youth and their families in Kent County, and particularly Dover, to learn of and participate in performing arts primarily related to Africa and African American cultures. Programming also includes technology, health and wellness. ICCL seeks to engage all members of the community and incorporates cross cultural programming into activities and events. ICCL also seeks to foster positive personal, educational and social development in the community.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 helps us provide a family of 4 with educational information, wellness supplies, and art activities once a month

$20 allows youth to attend dance or music lessons for an entire month

any amount helps present 5 community related cultural arts activities each year

Charity Type: Arts & Culture, Children, Community, Youth Development     

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Website: www.jfsdelaware.org

Description: Founded in 1899, Jewish Family Services of Delaware (JFS)’s mission is to strengthen individuals, families, and the community by providing the following services:

OUTPATIENT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES – psychotherapy/psychiatric services including counseling; psychiatric services; play therapy; substance use counseling; mobile (crisis) therapy; and support groups (e.g., LGBTQIA youth, widows, divorcing parents, families with addiction).

CASE MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT SERVICES include older adult services (e.g., dementia assessment and care, Memory Café dementia support group; Care navigation assessment/care management; and social services support/case management embedded in subsidized housing for older/ disabled adults); and family support services (e.g., crisis alleviation, refugee resettlement, SNAP enrollment, parenting support, financial assistance).

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$36 – could provide toys and supplies for the play therapy room.

$120 – could help homeless youth receive counseling for anxiety.

$360 – could provide older adults with care to age in place.

$500 – could help families in crisis access therapeutic support.

$1,000 – could provide JFS therapists with specialized maternal mental health training.

$1,800 – could help families arriving from war-torn countries resettle safely.

Charity Type: Children, Disability Services, Health, Senior Services, Social Services, Refugee Resettlement   

Website:  www.jdrf.org

Description: JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research.  Our mission is to cure, prevent, and treat T1D and its complications.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

We are an organization built on a grassroots model of people connecting in their local communities, collaborating regionally for efficiency and broader fundraising impact, and uniting on a national stage to pool resources, passion, and energy.  Our staff and volunteers are dedicated to advocacy, community engagement and our vision of a world without T1D. JDRF research projects and programs of education and support benefit all residents within Delaware State.

Charity Type: Health, Diabetes Research       

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Website:  www.ksiinc.org

Description: A private nonprofit organization whose mission is to maximize the employability of individuals with disabilities by providing greater access to training, employment, community integration, and transportation opportunities.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 would provide a warm nutritious meal for three people with disabilities receiving services at KSI

$25 would create an opportunity for one person with disabilities to access programming for one day

Charity Type: Disability Services, Employment & Training Resources

Website:  https://kindtokids.org/

Description: Kind to Kids Foundation’s signature program, UGrad Academy, helps students in foster care to succeed with their education, graduate from high school and college, obtain employment, and transition to young adulthood. We provide advocacy, mentoring, support, and resources to enable children in foster care to graduate from high school and succeed in life. Our program of excellence delivers high school graduation rates for foster teens of 97% – one of the highest in the nation – and dramatically above Delaware’s rate of 53% and the national average of 56%. Foster students graduating from our program obtain advanced education, employment, and success at dramatically higher rates than both Delaware and the national average. In addition, our students have NO – 0% – homelessness and 0% incarceration, compared to the State’s much higher rates – some of which are twice the national average. Our Support Services – My Blue Duffel, Give Joy Life Experiences, and Holiday Kindness deliver vital support and wellbeing to help Delaware’s 500 abused children to help overcome the effects of trauma. These services buffer the negative effects and provide comfort, kindness and hope. All children deserve a bright future.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 will buy a warm fleece blanket for a child who is a victim of child abuse as they enter foster care.

$25 will buy a My Blue Duffel filled with therapeutic and comforting items, such as teddy bear, blankets, helpful book, toiletries, and fuzzy socks to aid children as they transition from abusive homes to foster care.

$50 will buy a backpack and a year’s worth of school supplies for a student in foster care.

$100 will buy a holiday gift and joyful birthday gift, new school backpack, books and supplies for a child who is a victim of child abuse.

$1000 will fund a trained education advocate to help a child in foster care to succeed in school, along with one-on-one tutoring, school supplies, incentives, and therapeutic items.

Charity Type: Children, Education, Social Services, Youth Development

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Website:  https://www.laesperanzacenter.org

Description: La Esperanza is a bi-cultural, bilingual multi-service nonprofit agency in Sussex County providing free culturally and linguistically appropriate services in youth and family development, immigration, and victim services for Latinx individuals and families.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 notarizes two documents needed for important applications for benefits

$100 pays for refreshments at 3 outreach events with partners in area libraries

$200 pays for 4 cases of paper, which can be made into 2,000 flyers for outreach in the community

Charity Type: Community, Education, Health, Homelessness, Social Services, Latinx Population Immigrants   

Website:  www.laredhealthcenter.org

Description: La Red (LRHC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center.  LRHC provides bilingual, culturally appropriate, high-quality, cost-effective, primary and preventive medical care to all residents of Sussex County, Delaware with emphasis towards serving those who are underinsured, uninsured or who face other barriers to medical care. LRHC’s medical services are available to all individuals regardless of gender, age, race, ethnic origin, religion, language, sexual orientation, or ability to pay. Over 50% of LRHC patients live at or below 200% of the federal poverty level and qualify for our sliding fee scale, which assesses patient fees based on annual federal poverty guidelines, which are predicated on annual income and family size. The vast majority of LRHC’s uninsured patients meet the criteria for our minimum payment of $30 per family practice visit and $50 per dental visit-significantly less than the local market value of such services LRHC has become Sussex County’s safety net as we strive to improve access for the under and uninsured that cannot afford private practice fees.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 gift will help La Red Health Center provide prenatal care, child wellness and family strengthening programs

$50 gift will help pay for an E.K.G.

$100 gift will help pay for a one-month supply of medication for an uninsured patient

$150 gift will help provide emergency cash to individuals experiencing a personal crisis

$250 gift will help provide specialty medical services for patients with high -risk conditions

Charity Type: Health        

Website:  www.thelatincenter.org

Description: The mission of the Latin American Community Center (LACC) is to empower the Latino Community through education, advocacy, partnerships, and exceptional services. Our vision is a thriving Latino community.

The LACC provides holistic wraparound programs and services as well as advocates for low-income children, youth and families in a bilingual, safe and culturally-specific environment. The LACC offers more than 30 programs in two strategically focused tracks: Lifelong Learning, which offers a broad spectrum of educational services from ages 6 weeks to 18 years, and Life Empowerment, which helps low- and moderate- income (LMI) minority individuals and families achieve or re-establish self-sufficiency. Agency programs include, but are not limited to, La Fiesta Early Development Center, Before and After School Community Learning Centers, English as a Second Language, Food Closet, Workforce Development, Financial Literacy, Los Abuelos Senior Program, Domestic Violence Prevention, HIV Early Intervention Program, and Case Management.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$15 can provide one week of scholarship for one child enrolled in LACC programming

$20 will feed a family of 4 for 3 days

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Employment & Training Resources, Health, Senior Services, Social Services, Youth Development

Phone: (302)875-2536

Description: The services Laurel Senior Center focuses on individuals over the age of 50. As community focal point on aging, we strive to bring older persons together to enhance dignity, support, independence & encourage involvement in and with the neighboring communities.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Funding received from contributions of state employees is used for the nutrition program. We serve 2 areas (Laurel & Delmar) daily which consist of 66-77 people whom depend on this program. Every dollar collected helps supplement the meal program to those who cannot afford to pay. Every $100 donation will feed one senior 39 meals.

Charity Type: Senior Services        

Website:  www.limende.org

Description: Limen Recovery + Wellness, located in Wilmington, Delaware, offers sober living and mental health counseling to populations that might not otherwise have access to these services. Founded in 1969 as the Limen House, the desperate need for long-term residential treatment services for men with alcoholism encouraged a group of concerned citizens to create one of the nation’s oldest residential sober living homes. Currently, we serve up to 42 men and women in our four sober living homes. In addition our licensed and credentialed counselors provide outstanding outpatient mental health and addictions counseling to hundreds in the Wilmington community.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 provides recovery literature for a newly sober client

$50 feeds a sober living resident for a week

$100 will give someone without insurance a mental health counseling session

$1000 provides a month’s stay in our sober living residence

Charity Type: Health, Homelessness, Social Services      

Website:  www.loveincofmiddelmarva.org

Description: The mission of Love INC is to mobilize local churches, community, and governmental agencies to transform the lives of our neighbors to self-sufficiency. We use a robust intake process and follow-up software that allows us to take calls form the community, assess their immediate needs, and design a plan with essential supports to reduce their dependency on government supports. It is our mission to give them a “hand up” rather than a hand-out of poverty or out of a desperate situation. Our objective is to meet the initial need which is primarily shelter and or food to create a relationship of trust so we can then help them to navigate systems to find employment, obtain financial counseling and reduce their dependency on others. We have been serving the Sussex County community since 2010 using recognized best practices to serve vulnerable populations.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 provides lunch for a family of four

$50 provides shelter for one week during the winter months for a homeless individual

$100 provides a meal box for a family of four to prepare in their home for a one week period

Charity Type: Community, Homelessness, Social Services      

Website:  www.lupustristate.org

Description: The mission of the LFA is to improve the quality of life for all those affected by lupus through programs of education, research, support and advocacy. Programs in Delaware include: support groups, Lupus 101 programs, Living Well with Lupus Seminar, state advocacy on behalf of all those living with lupus, research to find a cure, improved treatments and what causes lupus, and a grant in aid program that supports those in financial need.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 provides 5 people with admission to Living Well with Lupus Seminar

$200 provides for a Guggenheim Grant in Aid award

$1,000 supports local researchers to help find a cure for lupus

Charity Type: Health

Website:  www.lcsde.org

Description: Last year, we welcomed 13,163 household visits to our pantries and food distributions, serving over 25,000 people with enough food to make some 300,000 meals. Our Delaware Food Farmacy made 440 deliveries to patients and their families, providing enough food for 10,000 medically tailored meals to Delawareans with chronic diseases. We helped 155 households, 357 people with back rent and utilities, administering over $357,000 in financial aid.  Our smoking cessation services, in partnership with Delaware Quitline, assists thousands to quit smoking.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 allows us to distribute enough food at our pantries to create 20 meals

$25 will pay for a gift card to a senior who needs some extra help

$350 helps pays an average utility bill to prevent power from being shut off

$750 – $1,000 helps pay an average month rent to avoid homelessness

Charity Type: Community, Health, Social Services      

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Website:  www.MOTseniorcenter.com

Description: Middletown-Odessa-Townsend Senior Center provides persons over 50 to take advantage of our transportation, outreach, support services, education, nutrition, recreation, socialization, emergency assistance, health and wellness. Programs are designed to help seniors maintain health and stay independent in the community for as long as safely possible.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$6.75 provides 3 hot balanced meals for a senior citizen

$8.00 provides a senior with 2 weeks of structured exercise with a licensed instructor $10 provides 2 trips to medical appointments or physical therapy

$20 a year long membership to the center

$25 provides a bag of groceries to a senior and family

Charity Type: Disability Services, Health, Senior Services, Social Services     

Website:  https://wish.org/philadesv

Description: Make-A-Wish® creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. We seek to bring every eligible child’s wish to life because a wish is an integral part of a child’s treatment journey. Research shows children who have wishes granted can build the physical and emotional strength they need to fight their illness which can give them a higher chance of survival.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 can provide pet supplies for a child recipient who requested a pet companion

$100 can help support the cost for a computer for a child recipient

$250 can help support the cost for a room redecoration for a child recipient

Charity Type: Children, Community, Health, Social Services     

Website:  www.marycampbellcenter.org

Description: Providing home and heart for people with disabilities.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Disability Services, Health, Social Services, Youth Development   

Website:  https://mealsonwheelsde.org

Description: Many of our elderly neighbors are eagerly waiting for a lunchtime knock on their door. Due to illness, disability financial hardship or advancing years these vulnerable seniors are unable to prepare meals for themselves. When asked about the program they respond overwhelmingly that the meals and person contact made a positive impact on their quality of life. Since our formal charter in 1996, we have focused on ensuring these men and women can continue to feel secure about their next meal.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Meals on Wheels Delaware supports the 5 meal programs throughout the whole State of Delaware. We ensure they have the funds to continue the preparation or the delivery of meals.  Additionally we supply funding for the support of the programs which includes meal delivery bags, meals supplements, and some kitchen equipment which are breaking down due to the age of the equipment. We also fund mileage reimbursement, and gift cards to show appreciation for the volunteers who dedicate their time to the seniors of Delaware.

Charity Type: Health, Senior Services, Social Services      

Website:  www.mealsonwheels-lr.org

Description: Provides hot nutritious meals daily to Eastern Sussex County (Rehoboth, Lewes, Dewey Beach, Harbeson & Milton). Our mission is to feed the homebound and to reduce the alternative of institutionalization. All recipients receive nutrition counseling by our Registered Dietitian and referrals for additional in home services are made as needed.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5.85 can provide one hot meal to a homebound client.

Charity Type: Health, Senior Services       

Website:  www.milfordhousing.com

Description: Milford Housing Development Corporation’s (MHDC) Home Repair Program (HRP) provides emergency home repairs to eliminate unexpected and immediate threats to life, health, and safety in homes of very-low Delaware homeowners.  The program is a vital resource for senior citizens and persons with disabilities who often face major affordability and accessibility challenges.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 donation can replace a new front door lock to keep a family safe

$50 donation weather strips a home to keep warm air in and cold air out

$100 donation insulates an attic to keep families warm

$250 donation provides necessary roof repairs to keep families dry

Charity Type: Community, Health       

Website:  www.ministryofcaring.org

Description: Emmanuel Dining Room serves a daily nutritious meal to the poor and hungry at no cost and with no questions asked. The three dining rooms feed 400 to 600 hungry individuals every day– more than 130,000 meals each year. The program serves as a gateway to the Ministry’s full continuum of care programming.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

With the help of more than 90 volunteer groups from churches, synagogues, businesses and civic groups, EDR serves a daily nutritious meal to the poor and hungry.  EDR embodies the Ministry conviction that the poor should never be treated poorly, but rather with love, dignity, and respect. EDR served over 136,000 meals in 2021, including 13,000 children.

Charity Type: Economic Development, Homelessness, Social Services      

Website:  www.modern-maturity.org

Description: Modern Maturity Center’s mission is to provide programs and services that enhance the quality of life with dignity and respect for adults 50+. This includes nutrition, recreation, social, education, and fitness programs. Our services include adult day care, an early memory loss program, caregiver resource center, care management, employment training and volunteer opportunities.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$40 provides a week of meals for a homebound senior

Charity Type: Senior Services        

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Website:  www.nabvetsde.org

Description: The National Association for Black Veterans, Inc. (NABVETS) is a nationally certified Veterans Service Organization and a United States Department of Veterans Affairs claims representative. NABVETS has membership and chapters throughout the United States and Puerto Rico providing personal advocacy on behalf of veterans seeking claims against the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. NABVETS’ mission includes advocacy for youth and families, community involvement to help create positive lifestyles for veterans, and the empowerment of low-income and minority veterans. NABVETS also works to generate and preserve the historical records of all veterans.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$100 can provide administrative services including claims processing and transportation to the Veterans Administration Center for an appointment.

Charity Type: Veteran Services

Website:  www.nationalMSsociety.org/Chapters/PAE

Description: 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.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50: could provide round-trip transportation to a medical appointment

$100: could help purchase a walker or shower chair

$250: could fund a transport chair, accessible transportation to a medical appointment, or a portable ramp

Charity Type: Disability Services, Health, Social Services      

Website:  www.ncall.org

Description: National Council on Agricultural Life & Labor Research Fund, Inc. (NCALL) mission is to strengthen communities through housing, lending, and education. We provide homeownership counseling, financial education, and foreclosure prevention services to low- to moderate-income consumers statewide. The NCALL Loan Fund and Real Estate Development Department are intermediaries throughout the Delmarva Peninsula; offering community development, capital, technical, and management support to nonprofits. We believe every person has the right to live where they desire in a safe, quality, affordable home.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 will enable a hopeful Delaware future homeowner to attend a virtual Housing Counseling Orientation Workshop.

A generous monthly gift of $10 using payroll deduction can provide seeds and tools for the Community Garden in the Restoring Central Dover neighborhood revitalization project.

Charity Type: Community

Website:  www.neighborhoodhse.org

Description: Neighborhood House, Inc. is a multi-purpose non-profit community center located in South Wilmington and Middletown. Founded in 1927, the centers promotes community engagement, development and addresses the social determinants of health. The mission is to provide programs that educate, enlighten and empower people to improve their lives. This is accomplished by offering comprehensive services that include a Five Star Early Learning Center, Family Services and Homeless Prevention, Youth Development Programs, Comprehensive Housing Counseling including credit building, first time homebuyer’s programs and foreclosure counseling and prevention. Our Neighborhood Empowerment Center (NEC) facilitates workforce development programs, credit building workshops and teaches a variety of computer skills and up-skilling – all is free to the low-to – moderately-income community.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Goal 1. Addition of a pre-school program ages 4-5 to piggyback off our early learning program. Wouldn’t it be wonderful for parents not to have to consider moving their children to another childcare provider because Neighborhood House doesn’t provide the service?

Goal 2.  We are also looking forward to expanding the Empowerment Center offerings and reach to include employment-ready-youth and neighbors supported by our Middletown office.

Would you consider donating $150 to help us achieve our mission? We thank you in advance for your support! Your donation is greatly appreciated!

You can either donate online at www.neighborhoodhse.org, on Facebook @NeighborhoodHouseIncDelaware, or send a check made out to Neighborhood House, Inc.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Economic Development, Education, Employment & Training Resources, Health, Homelessness, Senior Services, Social Services, Youth Development

Website:  www.nemours.org

Description: The mission of Nemours Children’s Health is to provide leadership, institutions, and services to restore and improve the health of children through care and programs not readily available, with one high standard of quality and distinction, regardless of the recipient’s financial status.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$15 provides a stuffed animal and blanket to comfort and calm a child in the Emergency Department

$25 provides an arts and crafts activity kit to a child in isolation

$40 provides a “boppy” pillow to a nursing mom in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

$50 provides a crib mobile to infants to help provide visual stimulation

$100 provides a wagon to make navigating the hospital easier for our patients and families

Charity Type: Health        

Website:  http://ncchs.org/

Description: Educational services for preschool children from low income families are provided in a classroom structure led by degreed Teachers. Services for parents are also provided.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 contribution can provide breakfast and lunch to a student for the day

$50 contribution can provide a child with a day of our Head Start program

Charity Type: Education        

Website:  www.newarkdaynursery.org

Description: ewark Day Nursery and Children’s Center provides developmentally appropriate early childhood education and school age care in a warm, creative, and safe environment. We deliver high quality education for children regardless of family income. This is especially crucial for the many low income families we serve to ensure they reach appropriate developmental milestones before entering kindergarten. By reducing the economic disparity that often inhibits children from reaching their full potential, our center creates an environment that provides equal access to the essential building blocks needed for success.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$55 contribution can provide 1 week of nutritious meals which includes breakfast, lunch, and snack for one child

Charity Type: Children, Education, Youth Development      

Website:  www.newarkseniorcenter.com

Description: A full service agency for adults 50 and older, offering educational, wellness, fitness activities, a nutritional midday meal as well as meals for the homebound and information and referral services. The Newark Senior Center provides transportation and program offerings for those in the early stages of memory loss.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 can provide transportation for a week

$15 can provide lunch for a week

$25 can provide physical fitness activity for a month

$33 can provide a membership to the senior center for one year

Charity Type: Community, Education, Health, Senior Services, Social Services    

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Website:  www.operationwarm.org

Description: Operation Warm brings warmth, confidence, and hope to children in need through brand-new winter coats and shoes. In 2021, we served 12,648 Delaware children through partner schools and organizations. Our coats and shoes are a bridge for families in need, increasing their access to other valuable community services that promote sustained economic recovery.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 provides a new winter coat and

$20 provides a pair of new sneakers to a child in need, fostering school attendance on cold winter days, socialization with their peers, and healthy outdoor play with pride.

$600 gifts coats or shoes to an entire elementary school class. Our new coats and shoes warm the hearts of Delaware children living in need, boost their self-esteem, and allow them to feel the emotion associated with receiving a gift that was made just for them.

Charity Type: Children        

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Website:  www.picofdel.org

Description: Established in 1983, PIC is Delaware’s only Parent Training and Information Center as mandated under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). PIC provides parents of children with disabilities between birth-26 the information and skills necessary to become effective partners in their child’s special education and related services. Our role is to assist parents in becoming the best advocate they can be for their child.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 – Pays for a  30 minute one-on-one consultation with a family/caregiver, student/self-advocate, educator or professional serving a child with a disability

$40 – Covers the cost to attend one (1) IEP meeting with a parent, student/self-advocate, grandparent or caregiver

$100 – Covers the cost of a parent workshop and support materials for five families

Charity Type: Education        

Website:  www.DelawareEstuary.org

Description: The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary connects people, science, and nature for a healthy Delaware River & Bay. A healthy, thriving estuary provides clean water, recreational activities, and jobs for local residents.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$75 sponsors one teacher to attend our summer educator’s workshop, where they can learn creative ways to bring ‘estuary and science education’ to their classrooms.

$130 can purchase the materials needed for 1 linear foot of living shoreline, that help reduce erosion, provide habitat for animals, and improve water quality.

Charity Type: Education, Environment       

Website:  www.pawsforpeople.org

Description: 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.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 provides a short leash to allow a person we visit to “assist” in walking the PAWS therapy pet

$25 provides supplies to help PAWS pet therapy teams actively engage elders in Memory Care

$50 provides “hands-on” material for PAWS pet therapy teams providing our Autism program

$75 provides Pre-K PAWS interactive education program material for PAWS pet therapy teams to use during their visits

Charity Type: Animals, Children, Community, Education, Health, Social Services, Youth Development  

Website:  www.peoplesplace2.com

Description: People’s Place offers shelter/treatment for victims of domestic violence, residential/independent living services for youth in foster care, shelter for homeless, mental health counseling, mediation, case management, and veterans services to 9,000 people annually.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 per pay period ($260 per year) will ensure that an individual with no place to go can find shelter in a safe and warm environment.

$25 per pay period ($650 per year) will ensure that seven working-poor, under-insured or non-insured clients can receive counseling.

$5 per pay period ($130 per year) ensures that a child dealing with domestic violence can meet with a Child Therapist for five sessions.

$2 per pay period ($52 per year) will purchase bus passes to help veterans keep appointments get to work, or pick-up groceries.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Health, Homelessness, Senior Services, Veteran Services   

Website: www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-delaware

Description: Planned Parenthood of Delaware provides comprehensive reproductive health care and sexuality education to people in Delaware. We also advocate to ensure all Delawareans’ right to access these services.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$60 will help cover the cost of a pregnancy test and exam for an uninsured person

$100 will help pay for one safer sex demonstration kit to be used for community education

$150 will help cover the cost of lifesaving STD testing and treatment

$300 will help cover the cost of annual gynecological exam and birth control counseling

Charity Type: Community, Health       

Website:  www.pcadelaware.org

Description: Prevent Child Abuse Delaware provides resources, training, and education programs throughout the state to make sure that every child has a safe and nurturing childhood free of abuse and neglect. PCAD is committed to encouraging public awareness and the understanding of child abuse and neglect prevention; promoting public policies and programs that will contribute to the prevention of child maltreatment and enhance the quality of life for Delaware’s children and families; educating the members of our communities about the importance of preventing child maltreatment before it ever happens and moving our constituents from awareness to action.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Every dollar received can provide a school student in Delaware with a B.E. S.M.A.R.T. activity book that he/she can share with caregivers to reinforce learning about personal body safety and being safe from child abuse. These workbooks are designed to be utilized with PCAD’s B.E. S.M.A.R.T. school-based programs. During these programs, the activity books are used to teach students skills to increase safety and reduce risk related to child abuse as well as what to do if someone is being hurt. The books are then sent home to encourage caregivers to reinforce the messages shared at school. Information about the program, activities to do with children, ways to keep them safe and resources are included in the books.

Charity Type: Children, Education, Child Abuse Prevention      

Website:  www.purrfecthavencatrescue.org

Description: Purr-fect Haven Cat Rescue is a private not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) no-kill organization created in 2005 that improves cat welfare though education, adoption, medical and social rehabilitation, and spay and neuter. We are based in Dover, Delaware.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 can feed a cat or kitten for a week

$10 pays for a distemper vaccine

$22 pays for a rabies vaccine

$50 pays to neuter a cat

$70 pays to spay a cat

Charity Type: Animals        

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Website:  www.readalouddelaware.org

Description: Read Aloud Delaware is a statewide agency working to prevent illiteracy by sending trained volunteers to read to children one-on-one and educating parents on the importance and value of reading to their children from birth.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$2,400 keeps one reading placement staffed with volunteers and supplies for a year

$300 ensures that 10 children are read to for a year

$100 to recruit, screen, train, support and manage one volunteer for a year

$30 to read to one child for a year

Charity Type: Children, Education       

Website:  www.rmhde.org

Description: The Ronald McDonald House of Delaware serves families with seriously ill children by enabling access to medical care and providing a place that offers comfort, hope and togetherness. No family is turned away due to an inability to pay.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$15 provides a night’s stay for one family.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Health      

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Website:  www.shepherdplace.org

Description: An emergency shelter assisting families and single female adults. Case management, food, clothing, workshops and all services provided at no cost to the client.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Your contribution will assist with food and housing for hundreds of single mothers and fathers with children, full families and singe ladies over the age of 18. Emergency Housing for people who need a home – not just a shelter. For people who need to feel loved and build self esteem again, for people who need to feel a family atmosphere.

Charity Type: Children, Family       

Website:  www.siegeljcc.org

Description: Camp JCC’s Inclusion Program will provide summer recreation and relationship-building skills for those ages 5 to 12 with cognitive, intellectual, and/or processing disabilities. The goal of our program is to meet the individual needs of each camper, provide positive and proactive support, and increase the overall camper satisfaction within our camp program. The approach will be one of collaboration between camp staff, campers, and their families. All campers in our Inclusion Program will be in a group setting with campers without disabilities. The benefits of this model extend to campers and staff with and without disabilities. Campers and staff will gain empathy, understanding, awareness, and allyship for people with disabilities. Additionally, the campers in our Inclusion Program will have the opportunity to experience a traditional day camp experience alongside their peers. A need that we have increasingly heard is lacking in our area.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 will pay for one camper’s afternoon snack for a week

$25 will pay for one camper’s entrance fee to a field trip destination

$325 will send a child to camp for one week

Charity Type: Children, Community, Disability Services, Health, Senior Services, Social Services, Youth Development  

Website:  www.sode.org

Description: The mission of Special Olympics Delaware is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for more than 4,200 children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$30 equips a basketball team with 5 practice basketballs

$50 provides a set of flag football belts to a flag football team

$100 sends 4 athletes to the state bowling tournament

$250 covers the cost of track and field uniforms for 10 athletes

Charity Type: Community, Disability Services, Health, Youth Development, Sports    

Website:  www.stmichaelsde.org

Description: Founded in 1890, St. Michael’s School and Nursery has been caring for and educating Wilmington’s youngest children for 132 years. We are a 5-Star Level Delaware Stars early care and education center for children 8 weeks to 5 years old that operates year-round with extended hours to support working families. We are an anchor neighborhood resource and an essential community asset that is helping residents of the East Side navigate the city’s second pandemic.

St. Michael’s is dedicated to building strong foundations for all children in the first five years of life and to supporting families as their educational journey begins. We foster a safe, nurturing, inclusive environment and seek the highest standards in our practice, curriculum, and professionals. We are committed to the community we serve and believe a sense of community is a core strength for children, families, and educators.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$30 helps St. Michael’s provide fresh, nutritious meals daily for one month for one child.

$55 covers the average cost of quality early care and education for one child at St. Michael’s for one day. This cost is pre-COVID.   Due to higher costs associated with operating our center safely during the pandemic, the average cost of care per child is currently $119 per day.

$100 will purchase new educational toys for an Infant or Pre-School classroom.

Charity Type: Children, Education       

Website:  www.sunshinefoundation.org

Description: Answering the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children, ages three to eighteen, whose families are unable to fulfill their requests due to the financial strain the child’s illness may cause.  Dreams are answered for children from Delaware and throughout the United States.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5.00  a month can help purchase games, electronics and clothing for a child’s dream.

$25.00 per month can help fund a Dream Trip or a shopping spree.

Charity Type: Children, Disability Services       

Website:  www.supportingkidds.org

Description: Supporting Kidds mission is to provide a compassionate pathway to healing for grieving children and their families, and to empower the community to support them in the grieving process. We believe, when provided with support and information, grieving children and their families can embrace their own capacities to heal. A knowledgeable and caring community is an essential aid in this process.

We believe no child should grieve alone! Our individual counseling and bereavement support groups help the children through their grief journey and help normalize the grieving process from a whole child approach. We also provide school grief groups to meet children where they are because we recognize not everyone can come to our Center. We are currently in 6 schools and plan to be in 20 by then end of 2022. In 2021, we served 300 children and families through our various programs. We serve children ages 5-18 in Delaware.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$10 provides individual snacks for our in-person support groups

$25 provides supplies to make and send Survival Kits to families throughout the entire state.

$50 provides supplies for our support groups (i.e., art and grief, Memorials and Memories, Music and Grief, Nature & Healing)

$75 provides supplies for one season of our Healing Pathways six-week bereavement support group for children & caregivers

$100 provides one 45 minute individual counseling session for one child with a licensed therapist

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Health, Law Enforcement & Their Families, Military & Their Families, Social Services, Youth Development 

Website:  https://www.survivorsofabuse.org/

Description: SOAR is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing professional mental health services to victims of sexual trauma and their families regardless of their ability to pay.  A leader in the field, SOAR also provides education, advocacy and professional development.

SOAR’s recovery services include individual, family and group psychotherapy services designed to help victims of all ages recover from the sex crimes that have been committed against them.  More than 2,000 adults, adolescents, children, and their families residing in Delaware and the surrounding counties in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland utilize SOAR’s services annually.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

These funds improve our outreach and help us to serve as many survivors as possible.

$25 provides a clinician a month of tele-health services to stay connected to our clients.

$100 can provide one individual session to a client that can’t afford our services.

Charity Type: Health, Social Services       

Website:  www.scchsinc.org

Description: The Crisis House provides emergency shelter to men and women for up to 120 days. This has increased in the past year due to COVID and the extreme lack of affordable housing. We serve three meals a day, provide case management, referrals to employment, healthcare, mental health and addiction treatment services and permanent housing opportunities. All social services needs are provided to those who wish to participate.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$20 provides one person shelter and three meals for one day

Charity Type: Homelessness        

Website:  www.sussexcountyhabitat.org

Description: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Sussex County Habitat for Humanity (SCHFH) brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. We envision a world where everyone has a decent place to live, and we work to make this possible by: (1) building or rehabilitating and selling affordable homes to families, couples and individuals in need, (2) offering free home repairs, accessibility modifications and energy efficiency upgrades to low-income households, and (3) providing free financial literacy coaching, workshops, and referrals to help local residents budget, save, and reduce debt. With an eye towards systemic change, SCHFH also advocates at the local and federal level to increase access to safe, decent and affordable housing.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 can provide hammers to help build a home

$50 can provide 2,500 framing nails to help build a home

$100 can provide hard hats for a 10-person crew

Charity Type: Community, Economic Development, Health, Homelessness, Housing    

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Website:  www.techimpact.org

Description: Tech Impact’s mission is to leverage technology to advance social impact. Our focus on creating a diverse tech talent pipeline in Delaware provides pathways to careers for women and communities of color through our proven workforce development and job placement programs, including ITWorks. Over 200 Delawareans have graduated from ITWorks and secured entry-level IT jobs averaging $35,000-$45,000 annual salaries, beginning their journey toward financial security. Over 400 more individuals have benefited from our intermediary services, Tech Hire Delaware, and 500 more will be served through 2025. Our IT Apprenticeship program aligns individuals with technical training and paid on-the-job training in Software Development, Cyber Security, and IT Support.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Tech Impact is seeking funding support for our ITWorks workforce development and job placement program, which is offered free of charge to students to remove the barrier of affordability.

Your support goes far:

$60 = 8 weeks of transportation for a student

$200 = Industry-recognized certification testing vouchers

$1,500 = Full internship stipend for one student

Charity Type: Employment & Training Resources        

Website:  www.trappondpartners.com

Description: Trap Pond Partners provides volunteer services to facilitate outreach to the community and provide financial support for youth events. In addition, Trap Pond Partners works in unison with Park staff to spread information about the Park’s benefits to the community.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Contributions are used to provide transportation to school groups to participate in Trap Pond Park’s activities.

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Youth Development     

Website:  www.tristatebird.org

Description: Since 1976, Delaware citizens have trusted Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research to help native wild birds. For these birds, found ill, injured, orphaned, or oiled, our professional staff and network of trained volunteers provide their best, if not only, chance for a healthy return to life in the wild. Tri-State is the only licensed rehabilitation facility for wild native birds on the Delmarva Peninsula. Each year, our Wild Bird Clinic cares for nearly 3,500 native wild birds brought to us by members of the community. There is no cost to the people who bring birds in for treatment. Our Oiled Wildlife Response Team is one of just a handful of organizations in the United States that can manage an oiled wildlife response effort. Our professional team is ready 24/7/365 to join, lead, or assess a response situation. We also work to educate the public about how they can help reduce injuries to birds and other wildlife, and we provide community members with volunteer opportunities ranging from bird care to facilities maintenance to hotline operators and office work.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 provides antibiotics for a baby bird.

$20 provides a pack of medical dressings to help a bird heal from wounds.

$30 provides a meal for a Bald Eagle.

$50 provides medicine for an injured songbird.

$125 provides care for a recovering oiled patient

Charity Type: Animals        

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Website:  uwde.org

Description: United Way of Delaware connects individuals and organizations, while mobilizing resources through advocacy, volunteerism and funding, to create short-term and long-term change.  Our key strategic focus is three-fold: Grade Level Reading, College and Career Success and Financial Empowerment.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$5 a pay period provides a provides a home library for a third grader in one of Delaware’s eight promise communities.

$10 a pay period provides help for after-school care for a child

$20 a pay period can feed a family for a week

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Social Services, Youth Development    

Website:  https://delaware.uso.org

Description: USO Delaware also supports military members and their families who are stationed on Dover Air Force Base, as well as the Delaware National Guard, United States Naval Reserve, United States Marine Corps Reserve and the United States Coast Guard who are stationed throughout the entire state of Delaware.

USO Delaware programs strengthen service members, morale and the family orientated programs allow comfort, refreshments, snacks, Wi-Fi access and computers. USO Delaware’s Families of the Fallen works 24/7 to coordinate support and comfort these families as they travel to and from Dover for the Dignified Transfer of their loved one.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

US Delaware combine financial support with in-kind donations to feed service members and their family.

$5 contribution when combined could provide lunch, coffee, snacks, personal hygiene and a card for our military heroes

$50 will provide a unit a bunch of pizzas, etc. to support a commanders call or promotion ceremony

Charity Type: Community, Health, Military & Their Families      

 

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Website:  www.vrera.org

Description: Veterans Reentry Resources Alliance, Inc. provides housing and supportive services, including; assessments, pre- and post-release training, treatment and counseling and case management for incarcerated Veterans and their families.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$150 can provide a week of statewide transportation and a month of peer mentoring

$650 can provide a month of housing which includes 3 nutritious meals, phone, WiFi and cable, and monthly outing of recreation

Charity Type: Employment & Training Resources, Homelessness, Military & Their Families, Veteran Services     

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Website:  www.twhprogram.org

Description: The Way Home (TWH) works with formerly incarcerated citizens — individuals that most of society considers to be the “throw – aways” of the community. Too frequently, these individuals lead lives in the shadows of mainstream America, with no real voice or direction. The Way Home helps reentrants regain their own voice and vision. Our case managers meet returning citizens at either the gate or the office door and stabilize them, transitioning them back into the community by providing them with basic necessities of toiletries and clothes, securing housing and providing direct transportation or bus passes. Once stabilized, TWH facilitates workforce development skills, networks for job placements, conducts group sessions and arranges for cognitive behavior therapy. TWH instills a sense of hope that shattered lives can be restructured into meaningful ones.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Although returning citizens face daunting barriers and obstacles, your support can provide dignity, a fair opportunity, and the belief that all individuals deserve to find their way home.

$10 – can provide basic necessities, dignity bags, bus passes

$25 – can provide access to computers to job hunt, create resumes and enhance educational skills; purchase a bicycle for transportation

$50 – Walmart gift cards, security deposits for housing, tools and equipment for work

Charity Type: Community, Education, Employment & Training Resources, Social Services     

Website:  www.westendnh.org

Description: West End Neighborhood House provides comprehensive services including: financial and case management; emergency assistance, GED instruction and employment training (including in agriculture/horticulture and environmental remediation), youth development (including for former foster care youth, some of whom are disabled) transitional and affordable housing, as well as community revitalization activities such as park and greenspace creation/improvement. Approximately 90% of customers qualify as low-income and include those formerly involved with the juvenile justice system. All services contribute to customers’ self-sufficiency by helping them advance their education through obtaining a GED or post-secondary education; reducing debt; increasing income and savings, identifying, and pursuing a career path, improving credit scores & obtaining safe, affordable, and sustainable housing.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$100 purchases new bedding and toiletries for a former foster care youth

$250 supports a financial literacy seminar to help customers learn to create and manage a personal budget and plan for their financial futures

$500 provides scholarships for two children to attend summer camp

$1,000 sponsors a youth on West End’s Above ‘Xpectations’ track team for a year

Charity Type: Children, Community, Economic Development, Education, Employment & Training Resources, Homelessness, Social Services, Youth Development 

Website:  www.whiteclay.org

Description: The White Clay Wild and Scenic River Program promotes and supports the preservation, protection, restoration, and enhancement of natural and cultural resources of the White Clay Creek Watershed, in addition to encouraging a balance of recreational enjoyment. Specifically, we work to improve and conserve water quality and quantity; conserve open space, woodlands, wetlands and geologic features; protect native plant and animal species; preserve cultural, historical and archaeological sites, enhance outdoor recreation opportunities, and encourage environmental education and watershed awareness. We are bistate watershed, but all funding received from the DE SECC goes towards supporting our initiatives in the Delaware portion of the watershed.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$8 can provide for the purchase of one native tree seedling, protective tree tube and stake

$10 can provide one student with an environmental education field trip

$80 can provide for the purchase of a flat of 50 native plants

$20 can provide one laboratory analysis of a water quality parameter

Charity Type: Community, Education, Environment      

Website:  www.whyy.org

Description: WHYY is the region’s leading public media provider, offering up-to-date information on all things Delaware via television, radio, Web, community outreach, and other cultural and educational services for Delaware residents. WHYY takes pride in identifying and sharing all the important stories the First State has to offer through our Wilmington-based newsroom and is dedicated to producing leading multimedia news and specials for the state.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Contributions support the production and delivery of local and national programming to Delaware residents. In 2021, WHYY produced more than 160 Delaware-centric stories on the Web, had 13 Delaware highlights in our You Oughta Know production, and offered more than 125 multimedia treatments on stories happening within Delaware.

In addition to these, WHYY spotlighted The Nutcracker Experience, a 7:40 minute spot on WHYY TV, where we went behind the scenes with The Wilmington Ballet Academy of the Dance as they prepare for The Nutcracker Experience, a week-long virtual celebration of performances, and holiday activities for the entire family. WHYY also featured three Delaware musicians in the WHYY House Concert Series. Lastly, WHYY offers on-demand specials regarding Delaware, including Where is Wilmington High?, Delaware’s Joe Biden, and Rebound from Murdertown.

Charity Type: Arts & Culture, Education

Website:  www.wilmheadstart.org

Description: Wilmington Head Start, Inc. provides quality comprehensive preschool services, including education, nutrition, health, and transportation, to low income children ages three to five years old within the city of Wilmington, Delaware.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

Contributions to Wilmington Head Start help us serve financially disadvantaged children in Wilmington, Delaware. This will ensure that children are educationally prepared for kindergarten as well as socially and emotionally. We also make sure they receive medical exams, have accessable health care, are up to date on immunizations, and have dental care.

Charity Type: Children, Education       

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Website:  www.ymcade.org

Description: The YMCA of Delaware’s mission is to empower youth, foster healthy living, and promote strong communities. Our vision is a healthy, inclusive community where all people reach their full potential.

The YMCA of Delaware serves more than 100,000 individuals annually at 7 full-facility locations, one urban youth development center, two outdoor complexes, one overnight resident camp and at over 40 statewide school partnership sites. We believe that we are stronger when our doors are open to all, allowing everyone the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive.

More than a gym and swim, YMCA healthy living programs are designed to prevent and cope with chronic diseases. Their youth programming combats educational equity by serving thousands of youth and teens in summer camps, after school, and within college and career readiness programs.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$50 provides free swim lessons to one child in need

$100 provides a one-month scholarship to a low-income family

$250 provides a one-week summer day camp scholarship

$500 provides a scholarship for our Diabetes Prevention or Cancer Survivor programs

$1,000 provides a teen in our Workforce Development program, giving them the skills and experience for career success

Charity Type: Children, Community, Education, Employment & Training Resources, Health, Senior Services, Social Services, Youth Development 

Website:  www.ywcade.org

Description: YWCA Delaware is eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. We support Delawareans through housing for the homeless, sexual assault recovery, domestic violence services, financial coaching, workforce readiness, racial and social justice education, and youth development. For 125 years, we have provided the real services, need by real women, in real time. Your support will help us make real progress for society and especially the people we serve.

Examples of services and/or resources this organization can provide with your contribution: 

$25 provides a backpack and school supplies to a child who is homeless

$100 helps a girl prepare for college and future careers through youth workshops and mentoring

$150 provides training materials for Racial and Social Justice workshops

$250 provides financial coaching that empowers a woman to repair credit & purchase a home

$500 provides one week of safe shelter and support services to a woman fleeing her abuser

$1,000 provides one year of food for a child living in our emergency shelter

Charity Type: Children, Community, Economic Development, Employment & Training Resources, Health, Homelessness, Social Services, Youth Development, Domestic Violence Services, Women

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