Lt. Governor Anthony Brown and Secretary of Aging Gloria Lawlah presented awards to individuals and organizations who have improved the quality of life for Maryland’s senior citizens.
WeCare participates annually in the StepOut™ Walk to Fight Diabetes at Rash Field in Baltimore. Ms. Diggs leads a group consisting of more than 30 staff members, registry caregivers, friends, and family members in this fun event. To date, Team [company_short] has raised over $15,000 to support diabetes research. Each year we’ve participated in the StepOut™ Walk to Fight Diabetes, we have been one of the top ten fundraisers.
WeCare has been a proud sponsor of the Memory Ball since 2008, “Dancing Stars” and the Annual Dementia Conference for Professionals as part of our relationship with the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Maryland.
My Sister’s Place is a United Way of Central Maryland and Catholic Charities Agency. As a day program for homeless women and their children, it provides shower and laundry facilities, case management, life skills workshops, and three meals each day.
We Care supports United Way. UWCM is dedicated to helping individuals and families who are vulnerable and at risk meet their emergency needs, stabilize their lives and ultimately achieve a better quality of life. By drawing upon local knowledge, data and expertise to understand the community’s needs, UWCM is able to identify where gaps exist and concentrate on what works in addressing them, serving as a powerful advocate on critical health and human issues.
By encouraging all people in central Maryland to give, advocate or volunteer, UWCM wants to show the true power of Living United.
We Care supports Associated Black Charities. Associated Black Charities is a public foundation that advocates and facilitates the creation of measurably healthier and more prosperous communities through responsible leadership and philanthropic investment throughout the State of Maryland.
Through its More in the Middle Initiative and its health disparities work, ABC acts as a convener, advocate and grantmaker to address issues impacting Maryland communities.