Monomoy Community Services greatly appreciates your support. Each year we rely on fundraising and contributions to help us meet the expenses for approximately one third of our budget.
HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Every year, more than 400 local residents from Chatham and surrounding Cape towns benefit from the services and programs offered by Monomoy Community Services. We are a small but effective agent for community change and support. Our revenues are a combination of program fees, private contribution and fundraising, and Town of Chatham human services funding. Over a third of our budget comes from our own fundraising and solicitation of private contributions.
Click on the “Donate” button to make your contribution securely with PayPal.
Tax deductible donations may be sent to 166 Depot Road, Chatham, MA 02633.
If you would like more information about your donation, please contact us directly at 508-945-1501.
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PLEASE SUPPORT OUR GENEROUS SUPPORTERS
Thank you for your commitment to innovative approaches to quality community health!!
YOUR SUPPORT MAKES OUR WORK POSSIBLE
We are a very small-town, local non-profit organization and do not have the resources to compete with larger regional and national organizations seeking support. We work hard to keep our overhead low and our administration lean so that your contribution goes to direct service and programming.
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Monomoy Community Services
Help us keep emergency measures like the Coronavirus Impact Fund, Food for Families programs and Chatham Children’s Fund effective and available during this unprecedented crisis and help make certain all Monomoy resources, stay strong, efficient and at-the-ready for our community, every day they are needed.
Chatham Coronavirus Impact Fund:
A community-wide project, operated in conjunction with Lower Cape Outreach Council, providing funds to cover vital household expenses (rent, mortgage, utilities) for Chatham residents struggling during this critical period of eliminated or significantly reduced employment.