|On behalf of AIDS Delaware I would like to thank you for your donation to the 2004 A Day Without Art silent auction. This year's event was a great success and we owe that to the generous donations of people in the community such as you.
We are very encouraged by the support that the community has shown us and appreciate the enthusiasm that enables us to continue and expand our programming. With such support, we can stop the spread of HIV/AIDS, a 100% preventable disease, and bring hope and understanding to the people of Delaware.
AIDS Delaware is Delaware's oldest and largest AIDS service agency providing case management, testing and education services for all Delawareans.
Stephanie M Grant Director of Development AIDS Delaware
To date, the Rehoboth Beach Credit Card programs have raised more than $16,000 benefitting the Rehoboth Beach community through CAMP Rehoboth, The Delaware Center for Inland Bays, and Rehoboth Beach Main Street.
Your active involvement will ensure that the dollar amount donated each quarter will continue to increase. This could mean thousands of dollars each year for CAMP Rehoboth, so please encourage members and friends of CAMP to use their cards!
We have enjoyed creating this program for Rehoboth Beach and we are happy to have CAMP Rehoboth as a beneficiary. Have a great New Year and we look forward to continuing our support for your wonderful organization.
Chip Thompson, President Tim Green, CEO Atlantic Horizons
On behalf of the Rehoboth Beach Film Society's Board of Directors, membership, and staff, I want to thank you for being a sponsor of the Seventh Annual Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival.
November's Film Festival set new records for the seventh consecutive year. Ticket sales experienced a 5% increase (almost 17,000 tickets were sold) and screening sell-outs reached a record high of 53 which represents a 40% increase from 2003.
The success of this annual event is the result of generous support of our sponsors and the hard work of our volunteers. As a long term sponsor, CAMP Rehoboth's support has enabled this event to develop into a popular Mid-Atlantic event.
A special thanks for allowing us to use the van, the design work you did with our signs, and all the advertising in Letters.
Once again, thank you for supporting the Film Society's efforts to bring quality independent film to southern Delaware.
Susan E. Early Managing Director Rehoboth Beach Film Society
Thank you so much for helping the Mautner Project through your generous support of our Gala auction. This annual event is a major source of revenue for our programs to benefit lesbian health, and we truly appreciate your participation.
We are very proud of the Mautner Project's 14 years of dedicated service to the community and that, because of you, we can continue to make a difference in the lives of so many women.
Kathleen DeBold The Mautner Project
The Rehoboth Beach Library would like to thank Kathy Weir, Beth Fitton, Chris Sampson, Jeff Moore, John Speicher, Loree Arnold, Mary Morgan, Cathin Bishop, Brian Cox, Sue Early, Lynn Finaldi, Michael Muller, Laura Simon, Sal Seeley, Bridin Reynolds Hughes, Sandra Skidmore, and the members of CAMP Rehoboth who donated their time, energy and materials to help with a very successful book sale Saturday, January 15th.
Rachel Lynch Rehoboth Beach Library
On behalf of the members and staff of the Georgetown Boys & Girls Club, I would like to thank you for your contribution toward our silent auction. The funds raised through this campaign will be used for offering various programs aimed at providing overall development to kids in the Georgetown community.
Despite currently serving over 100 members, there are still many more children in our community who need the kind of positive influence and guidance that our Club provides. We seek to reach out to these youth and each one of you can help us achieve that. It is the kind generosity of our community and people like you that enable us to make a difference in children's lives.
Thank you again for your support. Jeanne M. Doe Dukes, MSW
I have known Mary Ann Fleetwood for over a year now. It has been my pleasure to witness her compassion as well as her commitment to ministering to all of God's creatures. Ms. Fleetwood's humanitarianism goes unparalleled in today's "throwaway" society.
Her efforts to bring "Safe Haven" to fruition should be a source of pride, not only for herself but to the entire Sussex County region. Providing an adoption service and a "no kill" policy mark a welcome departure from other animal shelters.
Being disabled myself, this otherwise simple task of caring for an animal had proven to be a hardship. Safe Haven recognizes the bond between the patient and the animal. Therefore, I ask the community to support Safe Haven not only monetarily but in any other way that may be of assistance to the organization. Ms Fleetwood and Safe Haven should be commended for recognizing a need and taking the necessary steps to bring this issue to the forefront.
Letters should be sent to CAMP Rehoboth, 39 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth, DE 19971, or e-mail: email@example.com.
LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth, Vol. 15, No. 1 February 11, 2005