COURT HOUSE – The CapeBank Charitable Foundation helped the homeless with a $10,000 grant to the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, a non-profit social service ministry that serves the poor and homeless in South Jersey, according to a release.
From providing meals and a safe shelter to work readiness programs and counseling, the AC Rescue Mission has helped homeless men, women and families build a better life within the community since 1964.
As a non-profit organization, the AC Rescue Mission relies on financial aid from supporters in the community. This donation made by the CapeBank Charitable Foundation will help ensure that homeless families in South Jersey will be provided with food and shelter.
“We are honored to help such a wonderful organization,” said Robert Garrett, President of the CapeBank Charitable Foundation. “The AC Rescue Mission recognizes the importance of supporting all members of the community, regardless of gender, race or income,” he added.
Since its inception in January 2008, the CapeBank Charitable Foundation has awarded more than $344,000 to more than 90 area non-profit organizations, including the American Red Cross (Atlantic and Cape May County chapters), Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation, the Community Food Bank of New Jersey and the Big Brothers & Big Sisters program.
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