Chartwell Foundation presents $7500 to Providence Center

| November 27, 2014 | 1 Comment
Pictured are: left to right Wylie Mitchell, President of the Chartwell Foundation, Audra Harrison, Director of Community Relations for Providence Center, and Dennis Wells, member of the Chartwell Foundation board and Providence Center board of directors. 

Pictured are: left to right Wylie Mitchell, President of the Chartwell Foundation, Audra Harrison, Director of Community Relations for Providence Center, and Dennis Wells, member of the Chartwell Foundation board and Providence Center board of directors.

Recently, the Chartwell Foundation presented a check for $7500 to Providence Center.  The $7500 grant will benefit the Center’s programs and services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Since 2006, the Foundation has provided more than $40,000 to support Providence Center.  

The Chartwell Foundation was founded in 2006.  Over the years, the Foundation has provided more than $500,000 in grant, most of which went to non-profits in the Severna Park area and Anne Arundel County.  In 2013, they awarded more than $70,000 in grants alone.  Donations from the Foundation come primarily from Chartwell Country Club members, either through golf tournaments or donations.  

“We are incredibly grateful for the support of the Chartwell Foundation and their commitment to advancing the lives of the incredible men and women we serve each day at Providence Center,” said Audra Harrison.  “The Foundation does so much good for our community and we are proud to call them our partners in assisting those with intellectual and developmental disabilities to achieve the rich, full life we all deserve.”

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