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Born out of tragedy in 1949 after a migrant camp fire killed two children of seasonal workers, The Center continues to serve our community's children with educational and enrichment programs.  For many working parents, The Center is a lifeline.  Their children flourish in our many programs and play safely on the six acre farm and fields donated to create The Center in the 1950s.

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                                        FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BONNIE MICHELLE CANNON

 

Our children have been out of school since March 16th, but our staff is working harder than ever. The Center went into action caring for our children, families, and our community.  Our food pantry, that Pre-COVID served 70 people a month, is now feeding over 450 individuals weekly.

                                             

                                               We are asking for your help now and for our future.

 Our teachers have been working virtually with our children. The start-up challenges were big to secure computers and internet for our economically fragile families. The Center met that challenge. We have had positive reports from the schools, that our students are doing better than before with their regular schoolwork. We are so proud of our teachers and families.

 

More good news is that we will be able to have a scaled back Summer Program, serving only a third of the children. We wish we had the new building now.

 

Our D.R.E.A.M. Team teens are meeting regularly. Their foundation is based on dedication, responsibility, education, attitude, and motivation. Their continued work with inspirational speakers has helped to calm and encourage our teens, during a time when many of their year-end plans have been cancelled.  As the new SAT dates have been set for September, we are starting Summer SAT classes, with extra math help.

                                                                 $300 will feed a family of 4 for one week

                                                         $500 provide certified individual on-line tutoring

                                                       $1,000 support of Teen and College Prep Programs

                                           

                                                                  PLEASE SUPPORT OUR MISSION

                                                           

                                                               Stay Safe. Peace and Blessings,

                                                                                   Bonnie

Born out of tragedy in 1949 after a migrant camp fire killed two children of seasonal workers, The Center continues to serve our community's children with educational and enrichment programs.  For many working parents, The Center is a lifeline.  Their children flourish in our many programs and play safely on the six acre farm and fields donated to create The Center in the 1950s.

GET TO KNOW US

info@bhccrc.org

631-537-0616

P. O. Box 1197

Bridgehampton, NY 11932

BHCCRC IS A 501(C3)

TAX ID #11-6036310
DONATIONS ARE FULLY TAX DEDUCTIBLE

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