Natick Service Council News

Welcome NSC’s New Executive Director, Dan Shea!

By Sonia Shah | July 9, 2020

Natick Service Council is excited to announce that Dan Shea has been appointed as the new Executive Director. Dan comes to NSC after 38 years in Corporate America at IBM and Arrow Electronics. Dan has been a part of the Natick community for more than 20 years and looks forward to serving our community. Dan has been…

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2020 Backpack Campaign

By Sonia Shah | July 2, 2020

Backpack Program is offered in the fall for children, teens, and adults who are going to school. Each individual participating in the program receives a backpack full of school supplies. Each summer, sponsors of our backpack program help us by purchasing and filling backpacks with school supplies for children of families that benefit from services…

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Natick Service Council to Host 6th Annual Telethon on Wednesday March 22nd

By Donna Casey | June 3, 2017

NATICK, MA: March 2017 On Wednesday, March 22nd from 6-9pm, Natick Service Council (NSC) is hosting its 6th Annual “Neighbors Helping Neighbors Telethon” which will be broadcast live on Natick Pegasus channels 3, 29 and 99.   This year’s telethon will be hosted by Andy Meyer and Richard Gill and feature local community groups who will…

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Natick Service Council Announces Program to Prevent Homelessness

By Donna Casey | June 3, 2017

NATICK, MA: April 2017 Natick Service Council (NSC) announced that it has received funding to support its new “Sustainable Homes” program designed to prevent homelessness in Natick. The program is designed to address an affordable housing crises faced by Natick residents and thereby prevent homelessness.  Through intensive support, programming and advocacy, NSC’s case managers will…

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Natick Service Council Announces $150,000 Capital Campaign for Food Pantry Expansion

By Donna Casey | June 3, 2017

NATICK, MA: April 2017 Natick Service Council (NSC) has raised $100,000 toward its capital campaign goal of $150,000 during the first phase of the campaign through grants and corporate funding. The second and public phase is slated to begin on April 17th and run until May 31st with a goal of raising $50,000. The purpose…

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