Barnstable Charitable Foundation is committed to improving our Cape Cod Community through helping nonprofits raise money to provide programs that will make our community a better place to live. Barnstable Charitable Foundation produces three signature events and as a participant in any of these, the power lies with you to direct your funds to an organization that fits your goals or split your funds raised amongst all of the participating beneficiaries.
The Gasp 2020 Fundraising Recipients are:
Produce 3 signature large scale annual fundraising events that partner with other 501(c)3 organizations to strengthen our local Cape Cod nonprofit ecosystem; Roll the Rock, The Gasp: Bike, Boat ’N Bake, and Spectacle of Trees. Raise and distribute scholarship funds, while operating a youth entrepreneur academy and finally, promoting and executing civic projects designed to beautify and improve our downtown areas.
For 30 years, the Cape Cod Literacy Council has trained over 1,800 volunteers with the mission to provide free literacy and educational tutoring services that change lives. Students who wish to achieve a high school diploma, become a US citizen, pass a nursing exam, read to their children, earn a promotion at work, start a new business, and many similar life goals are meeting with volunteers right now.
CHAMP Homes seeks to provide shelter, build community, and change lives. It is our sincere hope that individuals will find an oasis – where love, respect, and support—help each to move away from the difficulties that led to their homelessness and begin to reach toward their full potential. Ultimately, our goal is to position our program participants to prevent future homelessness by modeling and teaching life skills and asking each to step up to their own personal “best”.
The Community Development Partnership supports an array of programs that strengthen our Lower Cape community, providing greater opportunities for people to live, work and thrive. We work to provide safe, stable affordable places to live by preserving existing homes and creating new affordable rentals. We strengthen local small businesses through micro-financing, education and individualized support; and we protect our environment by investing in renewable resources to sustain the future of this special place we call home.
Cotuit Center For the Arts
Founded in 1993 and incorporated as a non-profit charitable organization in 1995, Cotuit Center for the Arts has grown into an award-winning and dynamic arts and cultural hub serving Cape Cod, Southeastern Massachusetts, and beyond. We host more than 35,000 visitors yearly for free and paid programming in our gallery, main theater, black box theater, and classrooms, and we serve local populations of disabled teens and adults and incarcerated youth through our outreach programs. Our offerings include art exhibits, live theater, concerts, classes and workshops, film screenings, and special events. We collaborate with local artists, musicians, actors, performers, teachers, volunteers, and the occasional celebrity to provide a rich experience to our audiences and attendees all year long.
Latham Centers is a leader in the treatment of children and adults with intellectual disabilities, complex special needs including PWS, and behavioral challenges. Our school and residences throughout Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts serve children, adults, and their families near and far.
Since 2001, WE CAN has been dedicated to empowering Cape Cod women of all ages to successfully navigate challenging life transitions such as job loss or career change, illness, retirement, divorce, isolation or personal loss. WE CAN helps, with information and referrals, mentoring, free legal services, one-to-one financial consultations, a comprehensive work support program, and other practical workshops and unique services. With an integrated, engaged community of other organizations and local businesses, WE CAN inspires hope, identifies possibilities and supports aspirations, empowering women to achieve lasting positive change for themselves, their families and ultimately for our entire community.