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Published: November 8, 2017

First off, thank you to everyone who submitted their non-profit for consideration for CurlyRed's 2018 First Fruits February! We had several great choices, and two extra-special organizations to stood out to us. We couldn’t choose between them, so we’ve decided on TWO non-profit recipients, one in Baltimore, MD and one in Garrett County, MD. Congratulations […]

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Published: February 15, 2017

Have you been thinking about beginning a new branding, print or web project with CurlyRed? Now is the time! You see, all month long, we want to give thanks for being in business for 10 years by donating ten percent of what we bring in back to the community. We have chosen two charities: The […]

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Published: January 20, 2017

Next month,CurlyRed is giving back 10% of all of our February sales to two great charities, one here in Garrett County (our new community) and one in Baltimore (our hometown). Today we want to give more exposure to the Community Crisis Center in Baltimore. From their website: "The Community Crisis Center, Inc. (CCC) is a […]

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Published: January 11, 2017

The idea of giving one's “first fruits” is not new. In Scripture, the idea was that a farmer would give the first (and best) ten percent of all he harvested back to God as an offering, a way of giving thanks. At CurlyRed, we want to give thanks for being in business for 10 years […]

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Published: November 29, 2016

Happy Giving Tuesday everyone! If you're looking for a worth charity to donate to today, we have a few suggestions for you: CurlyRed has had the great privilege of providing services for many several fantastic non-profits that would greatly benefit from your donation today. These include The Community Crisis Center, Zion Project, and Business Volunteers […]

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Published: November 26, 2014

All of us at CurlyRed wish you a very joyous, safe and restful Thanksgiving. We hope that your holiday is filled with delicious food, and quality friends and family time.But for many individuals in our own neighborhoods, this is a time of year when it is a struggle to buy groceries or pay a utilities […]

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