Saturday, October 1, 2011

Helping homeless youth in Southern Oregon just got a whole lot sweeter

Credits:  www.webnuggetz.c
 by:  Tara Fuller

The Cupcake Daily is a quaint, mother and daughter business enterprise in the hub of Talent, Ore. The women have made it their mission to make giving back to the community, the earth and their customers
evident in their day-to-day practices. Keeping true to their mission, The Cupcake Daily is earmarking all its tips for the month of October to the Maslow Project.
Maslow Project is a small, grassroots, nationally recognized outreach center for at risk and homeless school aged youths through age 21.  The organization depends on the generosity of its community members to ensure homeless youths' basic needs are met.  In addition to food, clothing and hygiene products, Maslow Project provides on-site access to a variety of services from community partners and assists youths' educational, employment and personal development goals while providing them the tools to succeed in those goals.
Maslow Project provides support and services to over 14-hundred youths in the Rogue Valley. 
"Maslow Project’s mission is to help youth build strong foundations by fostering self-sufficiency, removing barriers to services and education, and providing centralized access to resources. We are committed to treating youth and families with integrity, compassion, and respect. Through community collaboration, we empower youth to grow into healthy, productive, and independent members of society." -Web site 
Please show your support by tipping generously on your next visit to The Cupcake Daily.  If you are not able to make it to The Cupcake Daily but would like to make a donation to the Maslow Project, you may do so at their website.   

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has - Margret Mead



 
 


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