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Our weekend Maker's Market on Community Creative Arts Farm provides opportunities for both women and also the developmentally disabled in business to sell their creative and unique merch and promote their business! Beyond shopping, weekends on the farm will include family activities, local foods, music and more- all for the purpose of funding inclusive camps in Agriculture and Creative Arts for disadvantaged children and adults during the week. We have partnered with elite businesses in Delaware to bring Art, Music, and Equine-assisted programs to our people. Thank you for supporting Foxtrot Woodys Mom LLC.
Foxtrot Woodys Mom LLC is an aspiring Community Development Corporation Non-Profit focused on Autism, the Developmentally Disabled, and Disadvantaged Children. We have recently acquired our nursery license and have focused on rehabbing 40 acres of land into a Community Creative Arts Farm and Market. Our barn will serve as an open vendor farm market on the weekends; presenting opportunities for women in business and disabled owned businesses to sell their products and market their business/services. During the week, the Foxtrot Woodys Mom LLC is partnering with businesses providing services in healthcare to our targeted population; additionally, Foxtrot Woodys Mom and our team of businesses will host inclusive camps (both therapeutic and recreational) in agriculture, equine-assisted programs, art, outdoor learning, and music throughout the property, including spaces we have created in our forest.
Foxtrot Woodys Mom has been partnering with elite businesses focused on Mental Health, Art & Art Therapy, Music & Music Therapy, Salt Floating, Outdoor Learning, Massage, Chiropractic Care, Theater, Equine-Assisted Therapies and Programs, Research, Pediatric Medicine, Mental Health, Neurology, Housing, Employment, Legal Services, and Education throughout the State of Delaware since 2021; all of whom are willing to expand their services to our facility in order to make our dream of bringing Creative Arts and Agriculture to Autism and Disadvantaged Children a reality.
Your support and contributions will enable us to support our employees, meet our goals, and continue operations to improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
*Donations are not tax deductible at this time. Please check back for updates on our nonprofit status.*
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