The Board wants to position the Foundation to provide broad educational support for Dare County students and their families. Our fishing tournament is just one vehicle to achieve this goal. — John Bayliss, Board Member This video shows the history and great work of the Foundation.
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During the holidays, many nursing home residents and shelter pets are overlooked and forgotten. With your help, we can provide some holiday joy and love to our local nursing home residents, as well as to our local shelter pets. The Town of Kill Devil Hills is collecting donations to benefit local nursing home residents and pets in our local shelters. The Town will be collecting donations from 11/14-12/15.
256,000—number of children in North Carolina covered by N.C. Health Choice, the states version of CHIP (“Editorial: Burr and Tillis need to lead so 256,650 N.C. kids keep health coverage, WRAL-TV, October 3, 2017)
48—number of states—including North Carolina—that assumed continuation of federal CHIP funding in their FY 2018 state budgets. (“Current Status of State Planning for the Future of CHIP, Kaiser Family Foundation, November 4, 2017)
Outer Banks Woman’s Club is seeking sponsors and donors for their Angel Gift Program, now in it’s 30th year. The club partners in a collaborative effort with the Dare County Department of Health and Human Services, whose role is the screening of applicants.
The Dare County Youth Council is a community-based youth volunteer organization comprised of middle and high school aged youth whose mission is to provide wholesome activities, civic projects, and special events for their peers and to serve as the “voice” of youth to local governments on issues of interest to Dare County youth.
Discussion Group geared towards parents/caregivers of children up to 12 years of age. Facilitators will cover topic-related problems that occur, why those problems happen, as well as common traps parents tend to fall into when dealing with the problem behavior