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Lunch With a Purpose a success

April 22, 2022

Dear friends and supporters,

We couldn’t have done it without you. On behalf of the West Rehoboth Children and Youth Program, thank you for supporting the Lunch With a Purpose fundraiser April 6, at Rehoboth Beach Country Club. 

A special thanks to all the volunteers, donors and attendees. We are forever grateful for your support.

For almost 20 years, the West Rehoboth Children and Youth Program has promoted literacy, learning and health by providing wholesome after-school and summer enrichment activities for children of the community. The focus of our programming is to keep children in school as well as to expand their enrichment beyond the community by bringing the children to events, museums and local/regional landmarks. The program is aimed at giving children a chance to succeed in the world outside West Rehoboth by empowering them with the education, experiences and resources they need.

The program could not do what it does without the generous support of a caring community. Thank you again for your thoughtful support of our organization. We take extraordinary pride in our mission and our accomplishments, and with your help we can continue to provide services and educational programs to the children who rely on us. Our motto: Making the impossible possible by expanding young minds.

For more information and questions, call the West Side New Beginnings Inc. Community Center at 302-227-5442.

Diaz J. Bonville
President, West Side New Beginnings Inc.
Co-founder, West Rehoboth Children and Youth Program
Brenda C. Milbourne
Executive director and co-founder, West Rehoboth Children and Youth Program
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