FRAME & FRAME GIVES BACK TO OUR COMMUNITIES
For over 65 years, Frame & Frame has carried on a tradition of giving back to our community in meaningful ways. As a member of Thrive! Arundel, we participate in quarterly initiatives to give back to the communities in which we live and work. We have assisted by volunteering hours, time, and resources to many local organizations. Here are some of the recent organizations we have helped.
In May 2023, Tara Frame and her colleagues at Thrive Arundel helped landscape and mulch the American Legion Post 175 in Severna Park, MD. The local organization is committed to serving veterans and their families through various local events.
Natl Ovarian Cancer Society
Thrive! Arundel members did not let Covid-19 (or the rainy weather) deter our efforts to support the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition of Central Maryland! We raised over $7000 for the 2020 initiative and enjoyed celebrating two of our own members who have been impacted by this disease.
Annual Fish For A Cure in Annapolis MD
In 2018 & 2019 Thrive! members partnered with Team MaxSent, a local Annapolis company, to raise over $25,000 to support the AAMC Decesaris Cancer Institute and finish in the Top 10 out of 80 boats raising funds for this worthy cause!
Lighthouse Homeless Shelter
The group has volunteered and donated to The Lighthouse on numerous occasions. In addition to providing a shelter for homeless individuals and families, last year, the Lighthouse distributed over 45,000 bagged lunches, 19,000 articles of clothing and 4,800 bags of groceries.
Senior Dog Sanctuary
Members of Thrive! Arundel volunteered time at the Senior Dog Sanctuary in Millersville, MD. This non-profit provides a permanent safe haven for senior dogs who are unable to be cared for by their owners, who are abandoned or abused, or face euthanasia.
“Senior Prom” at Future Care Seniors
Thrive! Arundel members threw a prom for the seniors at FutureCare of the Chesapeake. Two members recently had family members at the facility and thought this would be a great idea! Generational music, “wheelchair dancing,” make-up application for the ladies, corsages, food and more were provided. “I’ve never seen them so happy,” commented a staff member.