Month of Hope

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.

Heart Health Month: An Acute Concern for the Uninsured and Underinsured

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 does the Middle Class make it in MetroWest?

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 …

Saluting Wayland teen mentor

Saluting Wayland teen mentoring children at HeartPlay, a bereavement support program funded by our generous donors. Read the full story at Wicked Local: Click here!