Natick Service Council News

Fall for Natick Virtual Race

By Sonia Shah | July 21, 2021

NSC is once again holding its “Fall for Natick” virtual race. This year, there is a 5k run, 1 mile walk or a 10K bike race to choose from! You can also create/join a team or create an optional fundraising page in support of your race! Race anytime, anywhere between September 18th and September 26th!

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FY21 Annual Report: Together We Are Serving Our Community

By Sonia Shah | May 20, 2021

Natick Service Council is excited to release our FY21 Annual Report: Together We Are Serving Our Community. At the start of FY21 (April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021), due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NSC made the difficult decision to close its physical doors to all clients and volunteers and suspend the collection of food…

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Natick Service Council Week 2021

By Sonia Shah | May 5, 2021

NSC week is dedicated to raising awareness in our community by partnering with the community to help support our motto of “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.” Starting May 16th, you can support your community by donating food or personal items, dining out at Sq. Manufacturing Company, joining our Career Panel and/or Annual Meeting, or donating to our…

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Annual Meeting to Honor Local Philanthropist and Businesses

By Sonia Shah | May 3, 2021

Please join us for our Annual Meeting! We will be presenting awards to the following partners at the 2021 Annual Meeting: Founders Award: Bob Brack Corporate Partner of the Year: Good Neighbor Award: This past year has been unlike anything we could have ever imagined. As a part of Natick Service Council Week, we will…

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NSC Holiday Appeal Match Unlocked!

By Sonia Shah | January 4, 2021

We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the NSC 2020 Holiday Appeal. A very generous anonymous donor offered us a dollar for dollar $100,000 match for all donations made through December 31st. In just a matter of a few short weeks, the Natick Community stepped up and we are thrilled to announce that…

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NSC’s Thanksgiving Meal and Holiday Gifts Programs a Success!

By Sonia Shah | November 24, 2020

Kesley Hampton, Director of Food Pantry & Volunteer Services and Kellie Mercurio, Program Manager handing out gift cards. Over 400 holiday cards donated by Pam Koskovich and volunteers she organized to give out to our families! We at NSC, would like to wish you and your family a healthy and happy Thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving Meal…

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NSC Fall for Natick Virtual 5K Run/1 Mile Walk a Huge Success!

By Sonia Shah | October 26, 2020

This year, in order to keep our volunteer, supporters and community safe, NSC made the decision to change our annual Fall for Natick Dinner and Auction to a Virtual 5K Run/1 Mile Walk. Thank you everyone who participated and sponsored NSC’s first ever Fall For Natick Virtual 5K Run/1 Mile Walk! The event raised $36,000!…

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Thanksgiving & Holiday Gifts Fund

By Sonia Shah | September 29, 2020

Each Fall, sponsors of our Thanksgiving Meal Program and Holiday Gift Program help families in Natick by purchasing Thanksgiving meals and holiday presents. Unfortunately, this year, given the pandemic, these programs will not look like they have in the past.  We simply cannot bring together the hundreds of volunteers who make these programs possible in a…

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Fall for Natick Virtual 5K Run/1 Mile Walk

By Sonia Shah | August 25, 2020

This year, Natick Service Council needs our friends and neighbors more than ever. Due to these unprecedented times, instead of the traditional Fall for Natick Dinner & Auction, we will be holding our first ever virtual 5K Run/1 Mile Walk. For more information click here.  

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NSC’s Annual Report: Neighbors helping neighbors, keeps our community strong.

By Sonia Shah | July 23, 2020

Over the past fiscal year (April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020), Natick Service Council experienced a number of notable changes, from staffing to a complete reorganization of our operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout all of the normal and unprecedented changes, one thing remained constant, the support from the Natick community. To that…

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