Category Archives: Social Services

16Dec/14

NORWESCAP

We provide a portfolio of emergency services and other initiatives that lead to self reliance to over 35,000 under-resourced persons in 6 counties. With an administrative cost of 5%, we manage $35 million from 300 community partners. 15 member boards, 250 employees and 1400 volunteers work on our mission; strengthening communities by creating opportunities to impact poverty.

Monetary Need

-Match money for individual development accounts.
-Scholarship money or women who are going back to school or apprenticeship programs
-Money to purchase protein food for our Food bank
-Barrier removal funds – There are always items and issues that don’t fall within regular funding streams that could help someone overcome a barrier to self sufficiency. We need a source of funds to pay for them.

Material Need

-Food for our food bank.

Volunteers needed at this time. Please email Nancy Hess at hessn@norwescap.org

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26Nov/14

Fisherman’s Mark

Fisherman’s Mark supports individuals/families in meeting basic needs and building skills necessary for self-sufficiency.  We strengthen our community through the facilitation of innovative, responsive programs and services that promote stability, health and wellness.   With a commitment to excellence in social services and education, and as an advocate for positive change, we build upon the strengths of this community and celebrate our common unity.

Monetary Need

Operating expenses for 7 dynamic programs.

Material Need

Playground equipment for Outdoor Education Program; van for food pickup.

Volunteers needed. Please call 609-397-0194 or visit http://www.fishermansmark.org/volunteer.html. 

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