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Worcester County GOLD (Giving Other Lives Dignity) is a nonprofit that provides emergency funds for food, housing, utilities, fuel, medication and other needs to families in in Worcester County, Md. Annually, the organization assists more than 1900 people through its GOLD’s Easter Basket project, and its school supplies and holiday assistance programs. GOLD also sponsors at-risk youth for day camps in the summer so that they can be supervised and entertained while their parents work. Additionally, Worcester GOLD provides a free childcare room at the Department of Social Services.

Worcester County GOLD
PO Box 39
Snow Hill, Maryland 21863
Phone: 410-677-6830
Fax: 410-677-6810
info@worcestergold.org

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