Cape Cod Law Firm’s “Charity Challenge” Helps Raise Over $20,000 for Cape Abilities

The Law Offices of John C. Manoog’s “Charity Challenge” matched $10K in donations made to one of the Cape’s well-established non-profits.

(pictured, left to right, John C. Manoog, III, Mandi, Hayley and Mike from Cape Abilities,
and Jonathan Sproul, President/CEO of Cape Abilities)

Hyannis, January 29, 2019 – The Law Offices of John C. Manoog, III, Hyannis, is proud to announce that Cape Abilities, a local non-profit currently celebrating its 50th year serving hundreds of individuals with disabilities on Cape Cod, is the recipient of their 2018 “Charity Challenge”.

During the month of December, individuals were encouraged to make purchases at Cape Abilities Farm in Dennis and donations towards the challenge, which Manoog’s firm matched dollar-for-dollar up to $10,000.

“We are incredibly grateful for our ongoing partnership with John, whose loyalty to our mission and dedication to the individuals we serve is beyond appreciated,” noted Jonathan Sproul, President/CEO at Cape Abilities. “The expansion of our services demands that we have a strong focus on providing supports that reflect best practice, and the generosity of partners like John Manoog allows us to do just that. We are honored to receive this gift.”

For more than 50 years, community partner initiatives like the Charity Challenge have provided Cape Abilities with the opportunity to raise awareness for its mission and highlight both the contributions and important roles that the individuals it serves plays in the Cape Cod community

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About Cape Abilities:
Cape Abilities is a 501 (c) (3) Massachusetts nonprofit organization whose mission is to serve individuals with disabilities by educating, counseling, providing residential, social, therapeutic and employment supports so as to empower them to achieve meaningful and valued roles in society. The organization operates programs in Hyannis, Eastham, and Falmouth.

Author: Mashpee Chamber of Commerce

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