Mid-Cape Home Centers Raises $38,221 For Cape Cod Children’s Place

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Mid-Cape Home Centers raised more than $38,000 for Cape Cod Children’s Place in the fifth annual E.J. Jaxtimer Charter Cup fishing tournment, held July 14.

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For 26 years, Cape Cod Children’s Place, based in Eastham, has been a resource for children and families across Cape Cod.The team at Mid-Cape Home Centers voted to select Cape Cod Children’s Place as the non-profit organization they wanted to support this year in the fishing tournament.

With the pandemic forcing CCCP to close their doors for over six months last year, as well as cancel many of their annual fundraisers, the group still managed to find various ways to virtually support families in need.

Through t-shirt sales, a virtual silent auction, social media fundraising and much more, the local community rallied together with Mid-Cape Home Centers to raise $38,221 for Cape Cod Children’s Place.

Cindy Horgan, Executive Director of Cape Cod Children’s Place, was presented with the

check following the tournmant.

“I was speechless,” she said. “Cape Cod and people like the Mid-Cape team continue to inspire me with their generosity. These last several months, I have witnessed over and over the kindness of people that care just because it is the right thing to do. Thank you to the Jaxtimer Family for their compassion for the community and to Mid-Cape for making such an impact on so many children and families of Cape Cod.”

The funds will go directly to the CCCP support programming and services they provide to so many local families.

The E.J. Jaxtimer Annual Charter Cup is a yearly fundraiser organized by E.J. Jaxtimer Builders that brings local businesses together to support non-profits from all over the Cape and Islands. This year, 15 businesses participated in the Charter Cup, each sponsoring a different local charity, raising more than $305,000. Since its’ inception, the Charter Cup has raised more than $650,000 for Cape and Islands non-profits.