Plenty For All wants to give a warm welcome to Susan Grace with her uplifting concert on behalf of Plenty For All this past spring!. Dave Snyderman and his heartwarming songs were also well received. It was a relaxing and enjoyable evening of great music, wine and delicious appetizers!
Mystery Night 2018, ‘Two Birds…One Stone’ with Silent Auction was a great success! Ida Solvit has been busy writing a fundraiser for Plenty For All, but she wants us to know that we will have to wait until the spring of 2020 for the performance. You see, Marcia is about to have a hip replacement. She says to tell you all,” Ida Solvit is going to become Bionic.”
Plenty For All has approved five grants in 2019. That has brought our total number to 37 grants since 2009. And we are currently reviewing another application. It has been a busy year! A Big Thank You to You All!! It wouldn’t have happened without your continued support!
To keep up with helping our neighbors to keep their homes, Plenty For All is looking forward to Mystery Night in the Spring of 2020 and we are considering a musical jazz review in the late winter. Stay tuned!!
We cannot support our neighbors going through a rough time without your support. And Plenty For All believes in keeping the fun in fundraising!! Don’t miss out!!
Who We Are
Plenty For All is a local non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping people maintain or achieve home ownership. Since we began in April 2009, we have provided 16 grants to local families to prevent foreclosure on their home or to get a financial boost to acquire a new home.
We offer artwork for sale from artists who support our vision of a world where there is plenty for all. We are also dedicated to cooperation and mutual support between artists, artisans and photographers. Donating artists will be given the opportunity to link from our website to theirs.
If you are here to visit the gallery, enjoy! Be sure to check out the links to donating artists’ websites. We accept PayPal, checks and money orders.
We acquire funding through: