2016 SPRING PROJECT: L.V.P.  =  Love & Vital Protection

OH BABY! The Basics Bonanza April 30, 2016 from 10am - 1pm.  In collaboration with Faith Baptist Church of Osterville, MA and Good360, we served the needs of our Cape Cod WIC [Women, Infants & Children] children and their families. We distributed all essential baby, toddler and young child items [diapers, wipes, bath products, clothes etc.] as well as crafts, books, school supplies and food pantry items to qualified participants of the WIC program. This was a FREE, first come, first served event and helped over 125 locally families totally approximately 250 children!
 

2015 SPRING PROJECT: L.V.P.  =  Love & Vital Protection

OH BABY! The Basics Bonanza May 2, 2015 from 10am - 1pm.  In collaboration with Faith Baptist Church of Osterville, MA and Good360, we served the needs of our Cape Cod WIC [Women, Infants & Children] children and their families. We distributed essential baby, toddler and young child items [diapers, wipes, bath products, clothes, etc.] to qualified participants of the WIC program.  This was a FREE, first come, first served event and helped 100 families totally nearly 200 children!   
 

2014 PROJECT: Emergency Storm Repairs to LUKE'S LOVE  
 

2013 SPRING PROJECT: 'Healing Hearts' VALENTINES for SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Please visit any one of the six Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod branches and make or drop off a Valentine for Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, CT.  Donations are also being accepted through February 2013.  Please visit our Facebook events page for more information.
 

2012 FALL PROJECT: SUPERSTORM SANDY - K.I.D.S. Kids in Distressed Situations

 

2012 SPRING PROJECT: L.V.P.  =  Love & Vital Protection

OH BABY! The Basics Bonanza MARCH 3, 2012 from 10am - 1pm.  In collaboration with Faith Baptist Church of Osterville, MA and Good360, we served the needs of our Cape Cod WIC [Women, Infants & Children] children and their families. We distributed essential baby and toddler items [diapers, wipes, socks, etc.] to participants of the WIC program.  This was a FREE, first come, first served event.  
 

2011 WINTER: Comfort Zone Camp & Semper Fi Fund Kids Camp and Mentor Program

Funding from our 9th Annual Memorial, In Silent Memory and Reflection campaign, went to two very important non-profit camps for kids who are faced with unique situations. Comfort Zone Camp is a bereavement camp that transforms the lives of children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or primary caregiver. It includes confidence building programs and age-based support groups that break the emotional isolation grief often brings. The Semper Fi Fund Kids Camp and Mentor Program brings hope to the children of injured service members through unique activities and challenges. The stress experienced by the child of an injured service member is sometimes overlooked. The child must handle challenges and adversities that someone their age should not have to face alone. The bonding of youth with a mentor serves as the focal point for follow-up support during the school year. Both programs are free to eligible campers and our donation of $2,500.00 to each camp assists with attendance costs.
 

2011 LATE SPRING: PLAYSPACE for Cape Cod Homeless Children

On May 12, 2011, through the Horizons for Homeless Children Playspace program, we funded a recreational and educational space at the Angel House homeless shelter in Hyannis [Cape Cod] to serve the needs of preschool-aged homeless children.  This is a project that is simple, yet the need is vital and together we have made a big difference in their lives.  Horizons for Homeless Children is the leader in Massachusetts and the nation in providing care for young children whose lives have been shattered by homelessness.  Playspaces come equipped with libraries, building blocks, art supplies and more. They are staffed by trained volunteers known as Playspace Activity Leaders [PALs] that supervise and engage the children in fun, educational play...an overlooked need for children who have been innocently affected by their family’s economic circumstances.