STACY STRONG COMMUNITY
Stacy Strong actively supports her Faith, Family and Community both locally and worldwide as helping those in need makes us all stronger.
For when you choose to give your time, treasure or talent…
…YOU become someone’s Superhero!
Please consider getting involved in the organizations and causes below that provide inspiration in their mission to serve and better the lives of others.
Stacy Strong EOD Project
Chief Petty Officer Kenton Stacy was critically injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) on November 9th, 2017.
Kenton is now a quadriplegic and will require lifelong care. He and his wife Lindsey have four children including their oldest Logan with cerebral palsy requiring special care.
The Stacy family now faces a long and difficult road ahead.
Araminta Freedom Initiative
In October of 2010, eight people gathered together with one thing in common – a shared desire to see the trafficking of children in Baltimore cease.
Araminta focuses on the sex trafficking of minors within the U.S. This is the least served, recognized, and funded victim population in the country.
Help support their mission to end human trafficking through education, prevention strategies, and restorative survivor services.
All day long, 95.1 SHINE-FM provides quality programming that’s always encouraging, positive, and just makes your life a little better.
Listener support is invaluable as it helps 95.1 reach others with a message of hope and encouragement.
Grace Fellowship Church
Grace is an intergenerational, diverse church where everyone is unconditionally loved and accepted.
The Church’s purpose is to inspire a life worth pursuing in Baltimore and beyond by making moments significant and multiplying their reach.
They partner with the community and invest in the church to make a local and global impact.
World Vision is a global Christian humanitarian organization that partners with children, families, and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
Helping more than 4 million children in nearly 100 countries, World Vision is committed to pulling up the roots of poverty and planting the seeds of change.
When people say it can’t be done, World Vision asks “When can you start?”.