Shopfunding for Cape Cod: Luke Vincent Powers Foundation

Creating opportunities to bring joy to the lives of children

Shopfunding for Cape Cod. This week’s spotlight:  Luke Vincent Powers Foundation

Suzanne and William V. Powers, II were so excited for the birth of their baby boy, but on November 22, 2000, he was abruptly taken from them, tragically due to medical error. They had named their son Luke Vincent, and despite the painstaking heartache and their faith that he is in the hands of God, they vowed to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged children everywhere, in his name.

Together, they created the Luke Vincent Powers Foundation, with a mission to provide opportunities for children by funding programs that enhance and protect their lives by creating hope for their future.

Since 2000, the Foundation has worked to honor their son’s legacy, and create opportunities that would bring joy to the lives of children in their community.

This week, we honor the Powers family, and the legacy of Luke. Please help this organization continue to support children in need, by joining our shopfunding campaign. Here are some discounts and coupons available through the campaign; each time you donate, a portion is donated back to the foundation.

Chico’s coupon codes: $25 off $50+ will support the Powers Foundation.

Expedia: 15% off your next weekend car rental while you help give back.

My M&M’s promo codes: 10% off $50+ will support the lives of children in your community.

Pottery Barn: Extra 20% off Clearance to honor Luke’s legacy.


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