Your kindness could help keep someone warm & dry

The CESP men’s shelter is in need of your support! They need donations of the following items: socks, shoes, hats, gloves, newspapers, and rain ponchos. Donations can be dropped off to the Langeler Memorial Building at 225 N. Division Street in Salisbury after 5pm daily to Jenna Bowne. They also need men volunteers for overnights:Continue reading “Your kindness could help keep someone warm & dry”

Bringing JOY to Tidal Health Hospital

Operation We Care stopped by Tidal Health Hospital along with Kind SBY‘s Grace Murdock to deliver care packages to their team! The COVID-19 vaccine clinic received some, and more were reserved for the Pastoral Care Manager John Tyler’s “Tea for the Soul” cart, which brings a moment of refreshment and peace to hardworking nursing units.Continue reading “Bringing JOY to Tidal Health Hospital”

Our family of sponsors is growing!

We are so happy that our family of sponsors is growing! Kindness Commissioners, Sonya Whited and Grace Foxwell-Murdock met with representatives from our new Champion sponsorship with Perdue Farms Associate Engagement Team and Corporate. Pictured here: (from left to right – Sonya Whited, Hollie Seaton, Tracy Gates, Christine Benoit, Stephanie Ventura and Grace Murdock) @perduefarms

Community member takes action

Fruitland resident, Deborah Ritterson, has created a Kindness Box to share FREE non-perishable food items for anyone that might need a little extra, during these uncertain times. The box is permanently attached to her fence and located at: 413 Hayward Avenue, Fruitland, MD. Feel free to spread the word to anyone you know that isContinue reading “Community member takes action”