This nonprofit is especially near and dear to our hearts. The Children's League provides free professional medical evaluations to children with special needs and assisting them to meet their full potential. Click the Learn More button below to visit their website.
Since 1906, Maryland's oldest Chamber has worked to improve the business climate in Allegany County through partnerships and collaboration with government, education, organizations, and private industry.
The mission of the Allegany Museum is to engage the community by preserving and promoting our region's unique heritage. They inspire visitors to discover the region's contribution to our nation's development.
The Western Maryland Health System Foundation supports the work, mission, and values of UPMC Western Maryland through fund development, public interface, and ambassadorship. Primary support has been directed to capital purchases, equipment and technology, scholarships, and care for patients in need.
The WMHS Auxiliary is dedicated to providing patient-centered care and improving the health and well-being of people in the communities they serve with integrity, innovation, compassion, accountability, respect, and excellence.
The mission of The Community Trust Foundation, Inc. is to strengthen the region by working in partnership with donors and community groups.
For over 50 years, the Special Olympics movement has had a major impact on the lives of people with and without intellectual disabilities, uniting communities by fostering a sense of goodwill and inclusion, all through the power of sports. For more information click the Learn More button below.
Positive Attitude Changes Everything. Each year the events serve as an important tool in making Maryland’s political leadership aware of the needs and the specific requests of Allegany and Garrett Counties. During the day of each year’s reception the County governments, in partnership with the municipalities and other public entities, arrange structured meetings with the State and Federal agencies to discuss specific projects and funding plans. The PACE events provide the attraction for these important meetings, but they are arranged separately by each County.
The Western Maryland Jaycees is a volunteer organization of active citizens ages 21-40 that helps young people find their own power to improve the world, positively impact the lives of others, become part of a global network and find personal purpose. Their members gain leadership experience and improve professional skills through community projects, individual training and local and international connections.
Our business is built on a foundation of thoughtful client relationships. The Mission of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons, and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.
Since 1975, the Allegany Arts Council has been the official "umbrella" organization for the arts in Allegany County, Maryland. The Arts Council is headquartered in the heart of Downtown Cumberland at 9 N. Centre Street, and is one of several anchors in the City's vibrant Arts & Entertainment District.
Autism Speaks is dedicated to creating an inclusive world for all individuals with autism throughout their lifespan. They do this through advocacy, services, support, research and innovation, and advances in care for autistic individuals and their families.
The Allegany College of Maryland delivers diverse and relevant education centered around student success in a supportive and engaging community. Boggs & Company is proud to have Mirjhana Buck on the Board of Trustees.
Boggs & Company is proud to support the Braddock Warriors Baseball Program. The Braddock Warriors is open to middle school-aged children throughout the Braddock school district.
Ty Johnson hosts a football skills camp at Brother Stephen F. Paul Stadium in Cumberland. Boggs & Company is proud to be one of the sponsors to keep this program FREE for kids ages 8 to 13 to have the opportunity to learn from one of Cumberland’s greatest players, and one presently playing for the NFL’s New York Jets. Ty Johnson has opened the door for families of all economic backgrounds to participate.
Some professional athletes move away from their hometown and leave the past behind for one reason or another. Johnson, a star running back at Fort Hill and the University of Maryland, has decided to give back to his city.
Humpty Dumpty Learning Center serves 75 students in Nursery/Preschool-Prekindergarten and is a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. While her kids have aged out of Humpty Dumpty, Mirjhana Buck remains a board member to support the organization that supported her children.
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The Dajhana Building
Cumberland, MD 21502
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