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Bless Our Children Application for Charities to Apply for Funds Now Open

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Every year WBOC works to make the holiday season brighter for Delmarva's less fortunate children with the Bless Our Children campaign.

For more than a decade WBOC has teamed up with local residents to raise money to buy Christmas presents for needy children in our area. The money raised for Bless Our Children is distributed to charitable groups all across the peninsula. These charities then buy toys for children they know are in need, making sure they have a present to open on Christmas morning that comes from the heart.

The Bless Our Children application for charities to apply for funds is now available. Non-profit organizations who give gifts to children during the holidays are encouraged to apply. Applications are due Nov. 1. Please note that Bless Our Children does not distribute funds directly to individuals or families.

Charities wishing to apply for Bless Our Children funds should click here. For additional information about the Bless Our Children campaign click here.

The Bless Our Children campaign is administered by Draper Holdings Charitable Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.              

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