We understand that these last few months have been a trying time for all of us in different capacities. Many of us have not just been professionally impacted by COVID-19, but personally as well. We commend everyone for their continued resilience and thank those who are on the front line as essential workers.
In line with our foundation’s mission to support our community, especially in times of hardship, we have made several adjustments that allowed us to maintain our scholarship offering. I’m pleased to report that with the help of some technology and some of our younger board members we were able to conduct our in-person scholarship interviews via Zoom.
We would like to take this time to congratulate our two newest additions to our foundation’s family: Abigail Moyles and Dillon Camarillo. This fall, Abby will be attending the University of Connecticut (Intended Major: Accounting) and Dillon will be attending the University of Hartford (Intended Major: Computer Engineering). Please join us in congratulating them on their accomplishments and offer any words of wisdom as they begin this next chapter of their lives – Abigail and Dillon congratulation and welcome.
We have also been in contact with many of our partners, The Hole In The Wall Gang, Ronald McDonald’s House, The Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital, The Plymouth Food Pantry, etc. to guarantee that our support will remain unchanged for all of 2020, in fact we have increased our support and commitment in several areas being hit the hardest.
We encourage you all to continue supporting your local communities where you can.