While National Volunteer Week has just passed, we continue to celebrate a groundbreaking Family Promise Metrowest volunteer, Laraine Marthinsen. Laraine, with the help of many other volunteers, established the MetroWest chapter of Family Promise. Read her powerful story here!
Learn how six local programs are supporting families during the COVID-19 crisis: click here!
During this month of hope we’re thrilled to highlight the work of Josephina Davis, a Wayland High School senior and a HEARTplay℠ mentor, who is extending the reach of grief support for children. Click here for the full story.
During the COVID-19 crisis, the Parmenter Food Pantry continues to provide support to those in need and welcomes your help. However, the Archdiocese has closed all of its MA churches, including the Good Shepherd Parish at St. Ann’s Church in Wayland, where the food pantry is located. Therefore, the below-requested donations may be dropped in a bin placed at 41 …
A Special Type of Health Care in MetroWest Seeks to Intervene before Unadressed Heart Conditions Can Kill By Angela Crocker Interim Executive Director, The Parmenter Foundation On a recent Tuesday night clinic at Congregation Beth El in Sudbury, a MetroWest Free Medical Program physician staged a critical intervention that likely saved a life: a patient suffering from diabetes, uninsured and …
How far a median income goes in one community depends on many factors outside a family’s control. Knowing how to help when hardship strikes can make MetroWest communities better for us all. By Amy Paquette EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE PARMENTER FOUNDATION MetroWest Boston: Great schools. Quiet neighborhoods. Accessible to public transportation and the Mass Pike. It is no wonder that the …
We are proud to continue to support this innovative mental health referral line! Read the full story here!
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