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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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!
What does the Villa Restaurant’s Turkey Shoot Support? The Villa Restaurant remains committed to raising funds for the “Unfunded Hospice Bed” Grant with a bi-weekly Turkey Shoot (Bingo-type game). For indigent hospice patients, The Parmenter Foundation created an “unfunded bed” grant at the Miriam Boyd Parlin Hospice Residence in Wayland, MA, providing a local, ground-breaking caring and compassionate home environment …
Recognizing local teen leader Daly Johnson who is providing guidance for children at HeartPlay, a bereavement support program funded by our generous donors. Read the full story at Wicked Local: click here!
On Childhood Cancer Awareness Day we supported Camp Casco of Sudbury with a $10,000 grant to further its work with children affected by a cancer diagnosis. Read the full story at Wicked Local: click here!
In short, it was time to change our logo. As an organization, we are taking stock in our legacy while planning for our next 100 years of giving back to our community. Our new logo is an original piece of art created exclusively for us that honors our legacy and takes us into a digital future. The design of this …
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