During these difficult times it is nice to know that there are community centers to fill in the many gaps that our communities are finding in their safety nets. The Carver Center is on such center.
The Carver Center has its roots back to World War II. It was started as a storefront after school program for the children of parents who were working in wartime defense industries. Over the years the Carver Center grew to be a small food pantry and a child care program until today it serves thousands. The Carver Center depends heavily on individual contributions from the community.
Right now the Carver Center is gearing up for its summer session for children. The program will serve 130 children for six weeks during the summer. The program includes
The Carver Center relies on community support and needs your help to keep its programs running.
They have a great program, worthy of our mention and support!
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