CAMBRIDGE - The Chesapeake Grove Intergeneration Center, a division of Delmarva Community Services Inc., received a donation July 26 from the Nathan Foundation toward the purchase of a transport vehicle for the new campus.
Chesapeake Grove is a community center located in Cambridge serving seniors, children and individuals with disabilities, and with amenities for the entire community.
The building is an anchor for three current buildings with plans underway for additional structures which will house a wellness center and senior housing. The transport vehicle is being used to assist aging persons and individuals with disabilities with mobility challenges to access all areas of the campus and programs.
Ed Nabb Jr. and Blake Whitten, directors for the Nathan Foundation, expressed the foundation’s longtime commitment to improving the lives of Dorchester County citizens.
“We are pleased to partner with DCS who have proven they are able to provide the supports people need to access all they can to remain independent and thrive,” Nabb said.
Receiving the check on behalf of Delmarva Community Services Inc. was Catherine McCulley, development director for Delmarva Community Services Inc., who said, “We are so proud to be able to showcase the work of a local foundation like the Nathan, which is always on the forefront of making Dorchester County the best it can be for all people.”