The Woodbury Community Foundation and the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf give back and help strengthen the community.
In October 2015, nearly 15,000 volunteers from the Woodbury community and beyond assembled and packed meals for the hungry at the largest-ever Feed My Starving Children event under one roof at the HealthEast S
After looking for alternative ways to raise funds, Jacki Frazer and others created the Math and Science Academy’s first Dragon Dinner in 2017. They’re now gearing up for this year’s event on April 14.
You may have seen photos of these adorable pups on your Facebook feed that just melt your heart. Social media is one of the ways Coco’s Heart Dog Rescue helps rescue thousands of dogs through its volunteer foster program, saving animals and giving local families an opportunity to serve.
The Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf (CCEFS) has faithfully served the local community for nearly as long as Woodbury has been around.
When Donna Smith-Stafford started Koins for K9s three years ago, her mission was to add to the legacy her late husband, Bruce Stafford, had created for himself in his dedication to protecting others.
While most marathoners worry about staying hydrated, a group of Woodbury runners prays their 26.2-mile effort will help fund clean water for people in Africa.
Joel Bradley and Thomas Herzberg
Woodbury High School
For the past seven years, New Life Academy’s student-run nonprofit, Buy a Coffee, Buy a Well, has been undergoing philanthropic efforts for Living Waters International, an organization that builds and repairs wells in countries that don’t have access to clean water.
Those looking for rising community artists need not look further than Woodbury resident Kayte Barton.