Community Foundation Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Community Foundation ES Logo with 30th

Community Foundation to Celebrate 30th Anniversary with Gala

 Celebration marks organization’s commitment to community involvement

 

The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary in festive fashion with a Gala on Saturday, May 17, 2014 at the Fountains & Wedding Conference Center in Salisbury.

This is an important benchmark in the life of the Community Foundation and will be celebrated with an evening of friendship, food and dancing.  The 30th Anniversary Gala begins at 6:00 p.m. with a complementary social hour, followed by dinner.  After a brief program the celebration continues with dancing to the band, Groove Line.

Online registration and payment for the event is available at the Foundation’s website at www.cfes.org.  Tickets for the Gala are $75 per person.

The 30th Anniversary Celebration is sponsored by the following businesses:  Hazel Charitable Family Fund; Richard A. Henson Foundation; First Shore Federal Savings and Loan; Mason Investment Advisory Services, Inc.; Tom and Beth Hershey; Avery Hall Insurance Agency, Inc.; Nelson Insurance Agency, Inc.; PNC Bank; Delmarva Power; Art and Billie Cooley; Kuhn’s Jewelers, Bank of Delmarva, Comcast Spotlight, G2 Properties; Ayres, Jenkins, Gordy and Almand P.A.; Hebron Savings Bank and Choptank Electric.

About the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore:  Celebrating 30 years of philanthropy, the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) has been serving the needs of Wicomico, Worcester and Somerset Counties granting more than $50 million.  Through the generosity and vision of our donors, CFES awarded grants totaling more than $5.4 million in fiscal year 2013. CFES brings together donors and builds on community assets through scholarships, grants, advocacy and leadership development.  By focusing on people, organizations, neighborhoods and nonprofit capacity building, the Foundation addresses community needs in the areas of health, education, arts and culture, community development, and the environment.  For more information, please visit www.cfes.org or call 410-742-9911.

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