Agencies We Support
The giving of resources includes the allocation of funds to the following organizations listed alphabetically.
To visit an agency’s website or to learn of volunteer opportunities at these organizations, click on the agency name below.
Donna Strachan-Ledbetter - 651-0223
Brandywine Pastoral Institute is a nonprofit interfaith center providing pastoral counseling, psychotherapy, and continuing education for ministry.
Rufus Miller - 656-5441
Camp Arrowhead enriches young people's relationships with one another, nature, and God. Campers develop their sense of adventure and spirituality as they participate in the activities, outdoor life, and community of camp.
Eugene Lavery - 654-6279
The Cathedral Choir School offers students in the greater Wilmington area a unique after-school enrichment experience that gives them skills for success in life by combining academic tutoring and mentoring with a rich program of vocal and music training.
Raye Jones Avery - 652-0101
Christina Cultural Arts Center, a premier community school of the arts, makes affordable arts and education programs accessible to youth in a safe, family-centered environment.
Rich Kapolka - 656-2122
As Delaware’s resource for mentoring and other intergenerational programs, Creative Mentoring seeks to help children and adults build purposeful, fulfilling, and self-directed lives.
Carl Burke - 761-9800
The mission of ContactLifeline is to keep people alive and safe, to help them through crises, and to connect them with relevant community resources.
Lucy O'Donnell - 764-9740
DAPI provides a standards-based educational opportunity for pregnant and parenting teens with unique outreach, mentoring, and supportive services promoting empowerment and self-sufficiency.
Pamela Sapko - 658-6262
The Delaware Center for Horticulture cultivates a greener community, inspiring appreciation and improvement of our environment through horticulture, education, and conservation.
Evette Houston - 652-8609
Delaware Futures provides academic, social, motivational support, and cultural enrichment that empowers students to recognize and fulfill their unrealized potential to become successful matriculated college students.
Sue Day - 379-1499
Fleece for Keeps seeks to provide a sense of warmth and stability to children in the foster care system in Delaware through the distribution of handmade fleece blankets, with a goal of providing one to each child who enters the system.
William Perkins - 652-8133
Friendship House is a nonprofit, Christian organization committed to making a difference in the lives of homeless and impoverished people in Wilmington.
Patti Olenik - (610) 444-6464
The Garage Community and Youth Center offers opportunities for local students to reach their potential academically, socially, and spiritually.
Gary Pollio - 652-3991
Interfaith Community Housing serves as a catalyst for revitalizing and strengthening neighborhoods by providing sustainable housing and homeownership services that support low- and moderate-income households, empowering residents for leadership, and promoting individual and community asset building.
Maria Matos - 655-7338
Latin American Community Center advocates for and assists the Latino and wider community by offering services in a continuum of care that promotes empowerment and an enhanced quality of life while celebrating diverse cultures.
Reginald Irby - 652-7969
Limen House helps chemically dependent people develop personal responsibility, learn the tools to maintain abstinence, and enable them to return to society as productive and contributing members of the community.
Cynthia Shermeyer - 658-5624
Literacy Volunteers helps adults improve literacy skills and realize their potential to be confident, self-sufficient, and productive employees and community members.
Mary Kay Wilson - 658-3433
Mom's House provides hope-filled solutions to single parents faced with the challenge of an unplanned pregnancy.
Benita Allen - 832-6240
Pathways to Wholeness is dedicated to the transformation of the lives of women in transition through their educational programming and coaching support.
Debbie Jastrebski - 832-2800
Practice Without Pressure helps people with disabilities receive quality medical, dental, and personal care with dignity and respect.
Jack Perry - 762-3240
Prestige Academy prepares young men in grades 5-8 for admission to and success in demanding college preparatory high schools.
Marilyn Monahan - 425-4080
Reading ASSIST Institute improves the literacy skills of children at risk for reading failure.
Tina Tharp - 256-0235
Rodney Street Tennis and Tutoring provides a year-round tennis and tutoring program for at-risk youth.
Deb Piper - 651-9700
Serviam Girls Academy works to break the cycle of poverty, crime, and underachievement and replace it with one of challenge, structure, and success by providing a private, tuition-free, college-focused education.
Helen Riley - 656-3389
St. Michael's School and Nursery is committed to the growth and support of children's development in mind, body, character, and spirit. They provide exemplary and affordable early education and child care in a nurturing atmosphere.
Kathy Bevans - 655-2503
Supportive Transitional Emergency Housing Ministry (STEHM) provides transitional housing that fosters a goal of independent living through counseling and life skills training in a safe, supportive environment for women and children. They also provide short-term emergency housing for needy or displaced persons.
Stephanie Traynor - 235-5544
Supporting Kidds provides a compassionate pathway to healing for grieving children and their families and works to empower the community to support them in the grieving process.
Valerie Marek - 655-3953
SOAR is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing professional mental health services to victims of sexual trauma regardless of ability to pay. SOAR provides advocacy, education, and professional development as well.
Barbara Del Mastro - (302) 856-9870
The Way Home meets former prisoners at the prison gates and the office door to provide connections with community, meet needs, and foster relationships that prevent a return to prison.
Diane Brisiel - 655-1153
TRIAD provides anonymous and confidential alcohol and drug addiction services, striving to address the spiritual, physical, and emotional components of the disease of addiction.
Robert Prestowitz - 425-5502
UrbanPromise equips children and young adults with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, personal growth, and servant leadership.
Faith Boddy - 656-0485
West Center City Early Learning Center is an educational facility serving children 6 weeks through 8 years of age that provides a nurturing environment to enhance their intellectual, physical, and emotional development.
Susan Getman - 651-3460
Wilmington Senior Center provides life-sustaining and life-enriching services, opportunities, and partnerships that have a positive impact on older adults' physical, mental, and social well-being.
Ginny Marino - 655-0039
The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.