Due to the continued health concerns, CHHH will remain closed until Tuesday, May 5th. We will reevaluate the situation prior to the date and will keep you posted.
Through the generosity of many individuals, companies, grants, CHHH was able to provide Christmas gift bags for 112 families with 336 children which included a $50 food gift cards for these families.
Special thanks to all the volunteers that worked hard to make this all possible.
GREAT NEWS!! Administrative cost are only 8.5% of our expenditures and none of that is for salaries.
Left to right, Nancy, Faye, Norma, Gina, Joyce, BJ and Jerry
CHHH Directors received four big boxes of brand new children's books from David Walczak, Camden-Wyoming Rotary.
Left to right Eileen Redden, Marilyn Ries, Faye Yonkers, David Walczak and Dawn O'Connell
CHHH was awarded a $5000 Potter Trust Grant by The CenDel Foundation and the Delaware Community Foundation at the Potter Trust Luncheon, one of the 2019 23 grant recipients. The Foundations have awarded $234,000 in grants to twelve nonprofits focused on emergency housing, homelessness, hunger and health care. The grants were distributed from the Benjamin Potter Charity Trust, a fund at the Delaware Community Foundation, at a luncheon on Thursday, October 24th sponsored by the Dover Federal Credit Union. The grant amounts ranged from $4,000 to $28,000. The funding will be used by the recipients to help feed, house, and provide health and educational services to those in need in central Delaware. CHHH purchased 100 $50 Redner gift cards for our clients at Christmas.
Left to right Michael DiPaolo VP DE community foundation, Charles Sterner and Jeremy Tucker Cen Del President, presented to Caring Hearts Helping Hands directors: Dawn O'Connell and Nancy McCoury.
Shore United Bank in Camden, DE presented CHHH a check for $250 from the proceeds that was a result of their cookbook sales project.
Left to right Chris Berger, Jaimee Lewis, BJ Vankavelkar, Robin Deputy and Summer Lewis.
CHHH received a $500 grant from Mid-Del Foundation, at the annual November luncheon for CHHH’s Christmas project. Mid-Del Foundation, the charitable arm for Harrington Raceway and Casino, has awarded almost $1.4 million since 2002. The foundation is an endeavor to support organizations and activities involving agricultural, civic and social needs existing in Delaware. The foundation was established to consolidate the charitable undertakings of Harrington Raceway, Inc.
Harrington Raceway Inc. donated lots of toys from the poker tournament; four vehicles full of toys and four bikes. These toys included music carousels and teddy bear lamps.
Left to right Gina Campbell, Howell Wallace and Dawn O'Connell
Be sure to come in to shop each
month for a chance to win.