SoDel Cares donates $4,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware

 Check presentation attendees shown are (l-r) Drew Synnestvedt, manager of Bluecoast Seafood Grill + Raw Bar in Rehoboth Beach; Lindsey Barry, president of SoDel Cares; Chris Parks, executive chef of Lupo Italian Kitchen in Rehoboth Beach; Chris Carmean, general manager of Lupo Italian Kitchen; Stephanie Johnnie, director of development, and Brad Spicer, local program director, both with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware.

Check presentation attendees shown are (l-r) Drew Synnestvedt, manager of Bluecoast Seafood Grill + Raw Bar in Rehoboth Beach; Lindsey Barry, president of SoDel Cares; Chris Parks, executive chef of Lupo Italian Kitchen in Rehoboth Beach; Chris Carmean, general manager of Lupo Italian Kitchen; Stephanie Johnnie, director of development, and Brad Spicer, local program director, both with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware.

November 8, 2018

SoDel Cares, a charitable foundation founded by SoDel Concepts, recently donated $4,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters. 

Since 1964, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware has provided one-on-one mentoring to children facing adversity. The nonprofit matches caring adults with at-risk youth, many of whom are from single-parent households. Each relationship is administered and supported by rigorous standards and trained personnel.

“SoDel Cares was founded to support programs that benefit children and adults in need in our communities,” said Scott Kammerer, president of SoDel Concepts. “Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware makes a direct impact on our youth and helps them become successful. We believe that improving the outcomes of individual children improves our entire community.” 

For more information, go to www.bbbsde.org and www.sodelconcepts.com.