Craig Hallstrom, Eversource Energy, Regional Electric Operations President for Connecticut and Massachusetts presents Tracey Sperry, Executive Director, with $10,000 check to support camp! Dream Day is incredibly grateful! Additionally, 20 Eversource staff members helped with spring clean up at camp to ready it for our 2017 families!
Join us on June 9th, 2017 for the the 14th Anniversary of the Tour da Cape Bike Ride!
If you can ride 100 miles and like New England lobster bakes and live music at post-ride parties, then we want you! Come ride with us in the 14th annual Tour da Cape to help bring “a ray of sunshine” into the lives of seriously ill children and their families!
Please contact Christina Hennessey at email@example.com to learn more about the ride and the skills levels required.
For more information and to register online at http://www.firstgiving.com/dreamday/tour-da-cape-2017
The event is just around the corner! For more information and to register, visit: www.firstgiving.com/dreamday/dd-motorcycle-run. We look forward to seeing you!
On behalf of the families we serve, thank you The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod for providing the lead gift towards the purchase of “Wilbur” after it was destroyed in Blizzard Nikko. Pictured below (from left) are Joel G. Crowell, Past President and CEO of the bank; David Hudnall, Camp Director; Tracey O’Connell Sperry, Executive Director and bank Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, John Fulone.
Learn more about the Paul DeMeo Memorial Motorcycle Run and Scavenger Hunt at: https://wordpress.com/page/dreamdayoncapecod.wordpress.com/1443
It takes a village and YOU helped us reach our TRUCK FUND goal of $15,000. The outpouring of support from the Cape and Islands community (and beyond) was overwhelming. This means so much to the many families who come to Dream Day for the vital respite they need. There are hundreds to thank and we are grateful to each and every one of you. In particular The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod who provided 1/2 of the goal as a lead gift, Nauset Disposal, Mr. and Mrs. William Weil, Brian Zibrat of Zibrat Estate Maintenance of Chatham, and The Car Guys of Hyannis. We were able to purchase a replacement truck and it is already in service helping us get ready for our 2017 camp season.
Any additional monies raised will be used to fix other items damaged in Blizzard Niko especially with our dining hall.