The Cabbage Patch family honors the life of Kimberly “Kim” Hazelwood Glass, a modest yet immensely talented alumna who was received into God’s arms on December 27, 2014. Kim started out as an active Patch member in early elementary school. As she developed her skills as an architect in her adult years, she made the transition to leadership as a Board member and a driving force behind The Patch’s facility expansion which was completed in 2009.read more
With many of The Patch’s College Scholars home for the holidays, December is the perfect time to celebrate their successes and connect them with future scholars! Manager of Educational Opportunities Mayghin Levine organized a festive holiday party that included a chance for the scholars to share lessons from the college experience with members of The Patch’s Teen Club.read more
The cold winter landscape may be bleak in December, but in the Polly Williams Art Center at The Cabbage Patch, color blooms all year long! On Dec. 16, the Patch’s young artists showed their most recent work at the Winter Art Show, which included several pieces from the recent exhibition at Local Speed.read more
A tax bill signed into law gives donors the opportunity to make certain charitable contributions before the end of the year!
On December 16, the Congress passed H.R. 5771, the “Tax Increase Protection Act of 2014.” which includes the re-authorization of the IRA Charitable Rollover provision through December 31, 2014.read more
“Living in an environment where violence was prevalent and education was ignored, I knew I had to do something different if I wanted to become someone different. With the support and encouragement of The Patch I can finally say I’m on the road to becoming someone different.” – Rico Johnsonread more