Community Foundation Of The Eastern Shore Awards $2,000 To Seton Center

The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore awarded $2,000 to Seton Center Catholic Charities from the Foundation’s Help Your Neighbor Fund. In addition, Jim and Anne Almand made an additional $1,000 gift from their donor-advised fund at the foundation. The funds will be used to purchase food items for the organization’s emergency food pantry. Seton Center Catholic Charities is a multi-purpose neighborhood community center that works to identify and respond to the needs of local Princess Anne residents, the Hispanic community and the area’s migrant farm workers. Pictured, from left, are Sister Regina Hudson, Seton Center; Erica Joseph, Program & Development Director, CFES; Denean Jones-Ward, Program Manager, Seton Center; Sister Cecilia McManus, Seton Center; and Spicer Bell, President, CFES. Submitted Photos