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Appleseed Books collects gently used and new books and distributes them to children of all ages who lack access to reading materials. They believe all children should have a home collection of books that they have chosen!
Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers provides quality, financially accessible childcare for children and families in a nurturing, diverse, safe, and enriching environment. They offer preschool, before- and after-school care, and a variety of summer camp programs. CACC encourages a love of learning in young children through literature-based STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) enrichment activities that incorporate early literacy, promote critical thinking, and inspire creativity.
Foundation of Hope helps young girls and women lead productive lives in their communities by providing cultural, social, spiritual, and educational development.
Through Imagination Library of Talbot County, children in Talbot County from birth to age 5 who are enrolled in the program are mailed one book each month. Imagination Library is a national organization started by Dolly Parton. Dolly has partnered with Penguin Publishing to print and ship these engaging, age-appropriate books, keeping the cost down to only $2.08 per book, or $25 a year per child.
J Noah Skills Academy helps high school students to gain an understanding of project management tools and their applications in a format that is easily understood through the use of basketball exercises.
These tools both enable them to manage the small details and routines of everyday life, and provide sought-after skills for when they enter the workforce.
The National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFC) is the only nonprofit 501c(3) organization whose mission is solely focused on the issues and needs of medically underserved people throughout the U.S. and the more than 1,400 Free and Charitable Clinics and Charitable Pharmacies that serve them. NAFC programs provide a wide range of support to our members and in turn patients through funding, education and training, advocacy, standards, disaster relief, and more.
The Responsible Fathers Initiative (RFI) is a progressive and wide-ranging initiative that serves custodial and non-custodial fathers on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The mission of the program is to empower fathers to become more responsible, accountable, and engaged active participants in the lives of their children. The purpose of RFI is to give the fathers the tools, training and understanding of the important role fathers have in the lives of their children.
SOS Sink or Swim is dedicated to teaching children and adults how to swim and to be safe in the water. Through the help of charitable donations to SOS Sink or Swim and partner support, SOS has provided more than 5,000 free, learn-to-swim sessions since 2014 at St. Michaels, and Easton’s community pools.
The Talbot County Free Library inspires our community to discover ideas and information to enrich and renew lives.
Talbot Interfaith Shelter is dedicated to ending homelessness on Maryland’s Mid-Shore by providing Shelter, Stability, Support, and a path to Success for families and individuals in need. These are the tenets of their S4 Program, which is designed to guide guests step-by-step from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Their goal is to address all barriers to Success and provide guests with the time, tools, knowledge, and resources they need to build lasting independence.
As a nonprofit for nonprofits, the Tri-County Community Network’s mission is to empower community problem-solving and enhance the ability of nonprofit organizations and small businesses to make a positive impact.
The cancer journey can be very lonely. Unstoppable Joy’s mission is to help cancer warriors diagnosed with cancer of any kind, support their mind, body, and spirit, and show them that they are not alone. They do this wonderful work through providing healing bags full of feel-good products to cancer treatment centers in multiple states, paying for cancer warriors to receive self-care services from a network of service providers, and planning “zen time” activities to give warriors and their families a time out from cancer.