From environmental groups to an organization making sure kids on Cape Cod have enough food, here are five nonprofits to support. Montana Samuels, Patch Staff BARNSTABLE, MA — Nonprofit groups are keystone community organizations in
SOUTH YARMOUTH, MA—The Cape Cod Foundation received a $1,362,895 Community Development Block Grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through its Department of Housing and Community Development to support food access and security across Cape Cod.
We were selected by our supporters to be part of the 2022 Reader's Choice Watchlist! Read all about the other 40 small businesses and non-profits that deserve to be recognized. You won't be disappointed. https://capeplymouthbusiness.com/february-2022-edition-watchlist/
We are so happy that our organization was recognized in the Cape & Plymouth Business Media magazine! Check out this article by Bill O'Neill to read more about our mission and inspiration. Read the full
The October Roundtable, Food Insecurity: The Hidden Epidemic – held October 15th, 2020.was a conversation focused on the inequity in food access within our Cape Cod community. The goals for this session included: Equipping the
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our community has been nothing short of devastating. It has severely crippled our local economy and was especially devastating to our summer businesses which many full-time residents rely
Our Mission To build community through media, enhance democratic communication, and facilitate free expression by providing our five towns with a state-of-the-art media resource center. We broadcast on Comcast Channel 99, serving the towns of
iHeart Radio stations WCOD, WXTK and Cool 102 and spent some time talking with Tammy Leone about the Cape Kid Meals weekend backpack program and the importance of having access to food over the weekends.
To close the weekend hunger gap, Cape Kid Meals was established in 2014 and began delivering prepackaged bags of food for food-insecure students to elementary schools, where the food was discreetly placed into those students’
In response to many summer camps and food resource sites not in operation or limited due to the continuing impact of COVID-19, Cape Kid Meals will continue to provide our weekend bags throughout the summer.
CKM is excited to announce our selection as one of the 2020 Seaside Le Mans - The Race for the Cape Cod Community beneficiaries. We are honored to be recognized among the other wonderful organizations;
Thank you to Hyannis Yacht Club, American Culinary Federation of Cape Cod, Lily Pulitzer and Balise Motor Sales for selecting Cape Kid Meals as their beneficiary of their fund raising events in December 2019!
From the Facebook page of 100 Women Who Care of Cape Cod: Checks were delivered today to our December recipient....Cape Kids Meals! Needless to say they were thrilled to receive....drum roll please....$3925 ! Our largest
Cape Kid Meals was overwhelmed with generous gifts and new partnerships in 2017. Read more to learn how local businesses and associations have really lent their support to our program. We are continuing to grow
The Bourne-Sandwich Rotary Club has entered its second year with Cape Kid Meals and has been able to feed an additional 20 children over last year. The club sends food to the Bournedale Elementary School,
The Sandwich Community Television program, Downtown, recently featured Cape Kid Meals, where Robbie spoke with Mary Carlson and Mike Miller from the Bourne Sandwich Rotary about Cape Kids Meals and helping under kids in need.
We would appreciate those who support this ministry to use this space to share your experiences and encourage others to become involved in helping Cape Kid Meals (CKM). Our belief is that if Cape Cod churches