Tackling food sustainability, Groundwork Lawrence is providing 40 families with healthy cooking classes, food gift cards, 525 plants for community gardens and a stipend to winterize the greenhouse.
Senior residents received a garden therapy program to learn about pollinators, herbs, flower arranging and healthy plant management from Massachusetts Horticultural Society’s mobile classroom.
Loving others, 7-year-old Fiona Sack’s free-standing food pantry is being stocked with nonperishable meal items and snacks for those in need.
Music is for everyone. As a radio reading service delivering arts performances and national publications to the blind, TIC is broadcasting a series of classical and pops concerts live from the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra to 15,000 listeners.
Bright minds abound at this nonprofit afterschool tutoring program, which received $5,000 for program maintenance on behalf of Mike Cameron’s Boston Marathon run.
Busy hands and joyful hearts – 50 individuals with developmental challenges were funded for a social recreation program entailing art lessons, dancing, outdoor recreation and cooking nights.
Kindness is afoot with Jenny Sack running the Boston Marathon, raising $5,815 to buy diversity and inclusion books for Natick's first Little Free Diverse Library.
In honor of the groundbreaking for Edwards Vacuum, a collaborative fund was designed for 850 children to experience Haverhill’s first STEM literacy initiative.
Fulfilling Edward’s desire to give something back to his school, a geodome was built as a 3D play space in collaboration with Make-A-Wish and Channel 5.
To mark the groundbreaking of Monogram Foods, a fund was created to transition 60 families out of shelters into their own homes.