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2014 Coastal Bend Day of Giving announced
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CORPUS CHRISTI – With planning well underway for the 2014 Coastal Bend Day of Giving, the funding foundations announce the addition of five nonprofits for 2014, bringing the total to 35. Nonprofits participating in the 2014 Coastal Bend Day of Giving are:

Alice Volunteer Services

American Red Cross

Amistad Community Health Center

Aransas County Council on Aging

Ark Assessment Center & Emergency Shelter for Youth

Beeville Vineyard

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas

CASA of Kleberg County

CASA of the Coastal Bend

Catholic Charities of Corpus Christi

Charlie’s Place Recovery Center

Corpus Christi Hope House

Corpus Christi Metro Ministries

Food Bank of Corpus Christi

Foster Angels of South Texas

Good Samaritan Rescue Mission

Halo-Flight

Mary McLeod Bethune Day Nursery

Mission of Mercy

Mother Teresa Shelter

Palmer Drug Abuse Program

Peewee’s Pet Adoption World

Rockport-Fulton Good Samaritans

Salvation Army

Spaulding for Children

Tennis Success

Timon’s Ministries

Wenholz House (Corpus Christi Safeplace)

Wesley Community Center

Women’s Shelter of South Texas

New participants for 2014 are:

Boys & Girls Clubs (all Coastal Bend Clubs)

Lead First

Nueces County Children’s Advocacy Center

YMCA of the Coastal Bend

YWCA Corpus Christi

Boys & Girls Clubs funding will be distributed based on the zip code of the donor, and the YMCA and YWCA funds will be dedicated solely to their programs serving at-risk youth.

Between December 2013 and March 2014, relief was provided for more than 500 homeowners and 240 individuals affected by 53 fires and a major hailstorm. Additionally, more than 1,200 children were directly helped with safe shelter, food, educational support and medical needs, by eight charities. More than 50 families were successfully relocated out of homelessness, and almost 800 people received medical care and emergency medical care through two agencies. In all, more than 30,000 of the Coastal Bend’s neediest neighbors were provided direct services through the Day of Giving.

Mark your calendars now for Tuesday, Nov. 18, for the 6th Annual Coastal Bend Day of Giving. Plan to help support area youth, the future of the Coastal Bend, or others of your neighbors in need struggling for adequate food or medical support. Give for the first time, or support your community again. Watch for more details, including the matching fund amount, coming this fall.
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