Caroline County Economic Development

Spotlight on Aaron’s Place: Strengthening the Caroline County Community

Creating economic opportunities for our community is at the heart of the mission of Caroline County Economic Development and Tourism. The CCEDT team is passionate about supporting organizations that serve Caroline County, and every month they make a donation to a different nonprofit. This month, the office donated baby supplies to Aaron’s Place, a non-profit dedicated to strengthening families and communities.

Pictured are Aaron’s House Executive Director Cheryl Beulah, Caroline County Economic Development & Tourism Director Deborah Bowden, Tourism Manager Tara Hill-Coursey, and Business Development Coordinator Kendall Teague.

Aaron’s Place began as the vision of ​​Reverend Aaron Robert Moulden, Sr. to feed his community at Good Shepherd Baptist Church in Baltimore, believing that no one should have to deal with hunger. The nonprofit realized that they could best provide for their community by working with others. In its Caroline County iteration, Aaron’s Place began at Living Waters Assembly and through its partnership with the Denton Free Seventh-Day Adventist congregation, relocated to 401 Aldersgate Drive in Denton. 

Aaron’s Place provides invaluable services to the community, helping the underserved with food, clothing, youth programs, family needs, housing and more. Executive Director Cheryl Beulah and her team work tirelessly to meet the needs of Caroline County through their initiatives, feeding between 300-400 families per month through their partnership with the Maryland Food Bank.

Their services make our community a brighter place, especially during the holiday season. The organization recently hosted a turkey giveaway, where 560 turkeys and food boxes were given to those in need. 

Aaron’s Place offers frequent food distributions throughout the county, a soup kitchen, resources for families and new parents, health and wellness counseling, and more. 

“We are incredibly fortunate to have Aaron’s Place serving our community,” says Debbie Bowden, Director of Caroline County Economic Development and Tourism. “Miss Beulah and her dedicated team help so many people. She has a vision of a complete range of services to reach even more people where they are.”

For more information on Aaron’s Place, please, email, or call 410-479-5237.

Caroline County Economic Development and Tourism is an office within Caroline County government. Its mission is to help businesses of all sizes thrive in the community. Debbie can be reached at 410-479-4188 or

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