Dear Community Members of Maryland
It is our mission to provide more services to help disadvantaged families with a need for childcare assistance and child social development. In doing so, we need the help of our community members here in Maryland to reach as many families as possible.
We have currently transitioned the organization to a larger facility in the Prince Frederick area of Calvert County Maryland, to enhance our relationship with our community leaders, families, and supporters as a family-oriented service program. Because our organization relies on the generosity of individuals like yourself, we write to urge you to consider our program for sponsorship or tax deductible donations.
Any amounts received will be a step towards our first goal which will involve purchasing the items, furniture, toys, cribs, computers, learning aids, etc. for each classroom in our new facility. The larger space would allow us to better serve the community and provide additional employment and training opportunities in the child care field. This would allow us the opportunity to give back as a vital community resource provider.
The expansion of LLCDC would also offer employment, internships, and training for young adults/adults. The main goal is to offer affordable childcare and developmental programs. This will benefit families throughout the communities while respecting and protecting the privacy and dignity of their "precious children”.
Please help make a difference in our communities by contributing to the success of this superb cultural community event. Your donations are tax deductible. Your support will be acknowledged in our LLCDC Monthly Newsletter and posted on our website as a contributor.
Your tax-deductible donations can be made below. Please give us a call at (443) 968-9452 if you'd like additional information on our organization or its mission.
We hope that you will support us either through sponsorship or donations to assist with the many families needing child care services.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
La’Nese D. Wright