Al Adam, President NCBBA, Danny Couch, Dare County Commissioner and President of CHUMM, Dennis Carroll, Director of CHUMM and Claire and Ray Schaaf who manage the food pantry.
NCBBA Director Tom Brueckner presenting a $ 1000.00 check to Susan Gray, a board member of the Rodanthe-Waves-Salvo Community Building

The North Carolina Beach Buggy Association (NCBBA) outlined their 2022 contributions in an update sent to members, which included a recent donation of $5,000 to the Cape Hatteras United Methodist Men.

“CHUMM does such great work for needy folks in the community [and] we are proud to support them,” stated Al Adam, NCBBA President, in the update.

The recent donation is part of an estimated $27,000 that NCBBA contributed to various nonprofit organizations, community services, school programs, scholarships, and other agencies in Dare and Hyde Counties in 2022.

“We hope that we are fulfilling our obligation to give back to those who give to others in need, and to those who help to keep our communities and visitors safe on these Outer Banks,” said Adam.

In addition to donations, NCBBA held multiple Adopt-A-Highway and Operation Beach Respect events throughout 2022, which are initiatives that aim to clean the Hatteras Island beaches, as well as a stretch of N.C. Highway near the Marc Basnight Bridge.

For more information on the NCBBA, visit the organization’s website at, or their Facebook page at

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