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backhoe diggingDuring the last week of February, 2011, Lamb
Foundation acquired 700 East Walnut Street,
North Wales, PA, formerly owned by long time
residents Earl and Deborah Wampole. This large
property will provide three new apartments allow-
ing homes for 12 more residential applicants.
The first floor apartment will boast the largest
family room in town, which will allow for plenty of
accessibility and social recreation space. Currently a 100 ft. x 6ft. porch is
being added to the front of the building to provide shade during the summer and
protection from the rain. It will also give a cozy and warm appearance to the home.
For 15 years Lamb Foundation maintained a
women's home
in the Village of West Point in Upper
Gwynedd Township. The home was then leased to fam-
ilies in need of housing for the past three years. This
month we will once again reopen this home for Lamb
use. West Point Village is an adorable small
town that sits along the SEPTA #96 Bus route and is
within walking distance of local parks, playgrounds and
pizza! This home will provide 18-24 hours of supervision
per day. Residential applications may be accessed on
our website
at www.LambPA.com or by requesting a
housing application from our office at 215-699-5600
from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Ask for Trish.
st pauls fellowship luncheonOver the past year, St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Ambler, PA has welcomed Lamb Foundation into fellowship and breaking bread together. On a routine basis, members of St. Paul's have invited Lamb Foundation to their church for beautiful home-cooked meals including tablecloths, center pieces and candles. These gatherings have been well attended by approximately 55 residents each time, with yummy leftovers often sent home for those who could not make it. We want to thank our friends Judie and Aly Shilling, and all the members of St. Paul's Church for their generosity and kindness in hosting these delicious fellowship meals for our residents.
firehall award
At its Annual Banquet on February 19, 2011, the North Penn Volunteer Fire Company presented its Community Service Award to Lamb Foundation Director Donna Mengel for her work with Lamb Foundation, the North Penn School Board, and numerous other public service positions. After the banquet Ms. Mengel said she was genuinely surprised and deeply honored to receive the award.
lamb logo sweatslamb logo shortsWe have developed a creative way for you to show your support for Lamb Foundation through our "Lamb Logo Gifts". Our Logo Gifts range from mugs, hoodies, shorts, golf shirts, and more. This variety of attractive apparel will help you get your summer started, and at the same time advertise your support for Lamb Foundation by wearing what you buy. Help Lamb by treating yourself, visit www.LambGift.com.
lauras houselauras house
In response to our most recent Gift Giving Catalog, we want to thank the Larkin family for their generous 2011 sponsorship of Laura's House.
Lamb Foundation
Coming in the next edition of Ewes eNews
2011Travel Adventure and Getaway itinerary brochure.
Suburban Farming Company plowing, planning and
    gardening schedule.
Ewes Mews Clubhouse spring and summer social
     recreation program additions.
Doctors making house calls at Lamb Foundation.
The Lamb Foundation
114 North Main St.
North Wales, PA 19454
Phone: 215-699-5600
Mission: The Lamb Foundation provides affordable housing and support services to senior citizens and adult individuals with mental, physical, and developmental disabilities who would otherwise be homeless.
We welcome donations of all kinds, from clothing and accessories to housewares, pottery, books, toys, and more. Find out how to donate to The Lamb Foundation.
As a 501(c)(3) organization, all donations are tax deductible, including monetary donations. Please call us to discuss your donation, or pledge a donation online using PayPal.
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