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Talbot Community Connections (TCC) was formed to raise funds to enhance the Talbot County Department of Social Services’ (TCDSS) capacity to respond directly to problems of safety and well-being of county citizens. The funds raised provide help to abused children through the Talbot County Children’s Advocacy Center (TCCAC), families in crisis, the unemployed and working poor, and disabled and vulnerable adults. TCC awards provided funds for respite care, prevention of evictions and utility disconnections, therapeutic activities for children in foster care, transportation, and a fatherhood program. TCC funds help families and individuals remain in their own homes.

From July 2020 to June 2021, TCC raised funds through private donations like this request, grants, and education events. TCC provided over $52,000 in funds which helped many children, families, and adults to experience a more secure environment. The Children’s Advocacy Center, which is supported by TCC, relies on monies from this community, in-kind donations from local participating agencies, and grants. Without these funds, vulnerable adults and children in Talbot County would not have benefitted from much-needed services.

The Talbot Community Connections Board would like to express our sincere appreciation to our loyal donors who continue to support our mission with generous contributions.  On behalf of the vulnerable children and adults of Talbot County, a huge thank you!

  • The Women and Girls Fundfor helping us to sustain mental health support at the Talbot County Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) for sexual abuse victims and their families to cope with these crimes.  Therapeutic modalities include equine therapy, music and art therapy, journaling, and supplies.
  • Christmas in St. Michaels for supporting the unique needs of the caregivers of our children served at the Talbot County Children’s Advocacy Center along with the Multidisciplinary Team.
  • The Reynolds/Christiano Fund in their support of our children in foster care.
  • The Mid-Shore Community Foundationfor their support of our vulnerable adults, children in foster care, and for helping us sustain the mental health support for victims and their families served at the Talbot County Children’s Advocacy Center.
  • The Gary and Ruth Kaufman Foundation for their support of our children in foster care.
  • Our local churches, including St. Mark's United MethodistandEastpoint Church, for their donations to our Children’s Advocacy Center.
  • The donations from community citizens received in our Annual Appeal
  • Soroptimist International for donation to the Children’s Advocacy Center.

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Talbot Community Connections

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Talbot Community Connections

PO Box 2615

Easton, MD 21601