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SoDel donates $10K to West Side New Beginnings

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Scott Kammerer, president of SoDel Concepts and founder of SoDel Cares, presents a $10,000 check to Diaz Bonville and Brenda Milbourne of West Side New Beginnings. | PHOTO COURTESY OF SODEL

REHOBOTH BEACH — SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of local restaurant group SoDel Concepts, recently donated $10,000 to West Side New Beginnings, a nonprofit building a network to address West Rehoboth’s concerns, such as housing, education, nutrition and substance abuse.

“High-end communities are now prevalent in coastal Delaware, but many people don’t realize that nearby neighbors are in need,” said Scott Kammerer, president of SoDel Concepts and founder of SoDel Cares. 

“West Rehoboth is a historic area with a strong sense of community,” he continued, “and West Side New Beginnings is concerned with giving children a strong start and a lifelong connection to it. We are proud to contribute to an organization that hugely impacts a community in need in our backyard.”

Kammerer explained that SoDel Cares was founded to give back to coastal communities. The foundation supports charities that help those in need in our area.  

“West Side New Beginnings shares the same values,” he said.

SoDel Cares honors the legacy of SoDel Concepts’ founder, the late Matt Haley, a philanthropist. Since 2017, SoDel Cares has donated more than $740,000 to local charities. 

For information about SoDel Concepts, visit sodelconcepts.com. For details on the West Side New Beginnings, visit facebook.com/WestSideNewBeginningsINC.

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