End Hunger In Calvert County (EHCC) is a grassroots partnership of over 50 Calvert County businesses and community leaders united behind the idea of ending hunger in our county. We supply food to our 11 partner food pantries and work with individuals to create permanent solutions that move them from dependency to self-sufficiency. We conduct food drives, sponsor The Farms of End Hunger and The End Hunger Warehouse. For more information please visit our website at endhungercalvert.org.
We Care and Friends
We Care and Friends is a non-profit volunteer organization that offers assistance to the homeless and those in need. The organization services those who are without resources in the communities surrounding the city of Annapolis.
The organization is run by long time Annapolitan Larry Griffin, whose main goal is getting Annapolis communities involved in positive activities. The organization has many success stories including the annual Thanksgiving dinner, which feeds over 3,000 people, and the annual Christmas Toy Drive, supplying over 500 families in need. The organization also supports those in need with shelter problems, family problems, substance abuse, spouse/child abuse or those just in need of a friend.
For more information on becoming a friend of We Care, please call (410) 295-5223 or visit http://www.wecareandfriends.org/.
The Johns Hopkins Cleft & Craniofacial Center
Camp FACE is a program founded by the specialists at Johns Hopkins and Mercy Medical Center who treat patients with complex facial deformities. Patients with a facial difference from a birth anomaly, injury or even cancer treatment require the skills of multiples specialists including, plastic surgery, ENT, speech pathology, pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, audiologists and genetics. These specialists at Johns Hopkins and Mercy Hospital are dedicated to providing the most up to date and comprehensive treatments available.
Patients with a facial difference also require emotional and spiritual support. Camp FACE was founded to help meet this gap in comprehensive care. Camp FACE provides children between the ages of 10 and 18 with a weekend of fun and games and a chance to be themselves and not worry about how they look compared with others.
For additional information visit http://www.hopkinscleft.com/
Every kid has the right to be a kid – even kids with cancer. That’s the philosophy that drives Special Love, Inc., a Winchester-based non-profit for children with cancer and their families in the Mid-Atlantic region. Special Love sponsors Camp Fantastic and over a dozen other programs, giving young cancer patients the chance to enjoy traditional camp activities like crafts, campfires, and recreation. And that helps them feel like kids again.
Special Love was founded in 1983 by Tom and Sheila Baker of Winchester after they lost their daughter, Julie, to lymphoma at the age of 13. The Bakers wanted to give other children the chance to set aside their illness for a while and “just have fun.” Camp Fantastic, a week-long adventure for children ages 7-17 held in august at the Northern Virginia 4-H Center in Front Royal, was their first project and attracted 29 young cancer patients. Funding for the initial week of camp came from the Rotary Club of Winchester and other local donors. Additional programs added over the past 26 years have included family retreats, sibling programs, and weekend events for teens and young adults, including an outing in January when they can learn to ski or snowboard.
Special Love now serves over 1000 people annually with the help of hundreds of volunteers. They also offer financial services to their camp families in the form of emergency utility payments and college scholarships. All of Special Love’s programs are supported by tax-deductible donations. For more information, visit www.specialove.org or call 888-930-2707.
Saturday, May 18th
ERIC BURDON AND THE ANIMALS
TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE
LUCKY PETERSON WITH TAMARA PETERSON
Sunday, May 19th
THE SLIDE BROTHERS
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