Cover your Chin for Charity is proud to be contributing to three worthy causes this year.
Your donations will support these in-need charities.
Just be sure to choose which cause you would like to support when you choose which contestant you are are supporting.
Tree of Life is a lifetime haven and no-kill animal rescue that is dedicated to rehabilitating and providing a second chance to cats and dogs that have been abandoned, abused, lost, strayed, or surrendered.
Through our community outreach events around the region, we teach and encourage responsible pet ownership and pet population control. Our all-volunteer organization works diligently to locate loving and responsible owners who wish to make their new pets members of their family—forever!
CCAD remains committed to helping end the needless overpopulation, death, abuse, and neglect of dogs and cats in our area and improving their lives as well as the lives of their new owners.
The Veterans Fund program at the Mental Health Association in Talbot County (MHATC) is a one-time only, direct assistance program for veterans who do not qualify for typical assistance programs, or may be waiting for their VA benefits to take effect.Men and Woman who receive a grant from the Veterans Fund are in desperate situations; likely in need of medical care for themselves or their children, or in imminent danger of losing their homes, their utilities, transportation and more. Since beginning this program, MHATC has helped a great many veterans get the emergency funds they have needed to continue productive lives.Requests made to Veterans Fund for assistance far exceed our ability to help some of these family’s through a most difficult time in their life. 100% of donations received are used directly to benefit United States Military Veterans and their families.Committed to serve those who have served, MHATC takes no administrative fees from this program. http://mhamdes.org/veterans.htm
Our immediate goal is to provide a backpack filled with nutritious foods for our most vulnerable students, including our homeless students and other families in crisis, to take home on weekends.
Learn more here: http://eescarepacks.org/