This year marked a milestone in the 19-year history of RCM&D’s Regatta as RCM&D employees, families and friends, business partners and community sponsors raised a cumulative total of over $500,000 for deserving organizations. The Regatta, the highlight of RCM&D’s corporate citizenship program, is an annual sailing event in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Maryland. This community event reflects Baltimore’s history as a port and trading city and provides a casual, exciting activity for volunteer sailors of all abilities to come together in the spirit of giving. Each year, RCM&D invites local and regional non-profit organizations to apply as a Regatta beneficiary. To maximize our reach, a different group of charities is selected from year-to-year, with an emphasis on organizations that work with children and those with disabilities.
The 2012 RCM&D Regatta Beneficiaries include:
Eagles Fly for Leukemia – Eagles Fly for Leukemia supports pediatric cancer research at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. They also have a Family Support Fund, a service providing direct assistance to families in the Delaware Valley whose children are battling cancer. Through the Eagles Fly for Leukemia Scholarship Program, many pediatric patients over the years have had access to a college education. http://www.eaglesfly.org/
Katie Caple, David Haney, Jim Fleming, Lori Fleming, Marissa Schott, Susan Salter, Skip Counselman
Mission of Mercy - Mission of Mercy delivers medical care via a mobile clinic at 7 different clinic sites in Maryland and Pennsylvania. The volunteers and staff provide compassionate care that is not restricted by a patient’s race, religion, national origin, creed, insurance status or ability to pay. http://www.amissionofmercy.org/marylandpennsylvania/
Katie Caple, Marissa Schott, Brian O'Connor, Linda Roth, Janet Tevis, David Little, Jennifer Charlton, Skip Counselman
St. Agnes Foundation - The Bunting Institute for Women and Children includes the Maternity Center for labor and delivery and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The Saint Agnes NICU is designated as a Level IIIB by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS), one of only seven in the state of Maryland. The NICU is equipped to care for infants of all gestational ages and birth weights. The unit provides 18 private beds, including six specifically designated for more critical babies. http://www.stagnes.org/index.php/our-specialties/womens-and-childrens-health-institute/nicu/
Katie Caple, Malinda Small, Skip Counselman
We also invite community participation as we continue to impact the communities we serve. If you’d like to learn more about how you can be involved in the Regatta, please contact us at 800 346 4075 or firstname.lastname@example.org.