Building a Healthier Community:
A Place To Turn Capital Campaign
A Place To Turn is an emergency food pantry that distributes food, diapers and essential personal care items to MetroWest residents. This year we will serve over 20,000 neighbors, and our physical space can no longer accommodate the community’s need for our services.
We have been serving clients outside in a farmer’s market approach since the pandemic began, through the heat of summer and cold of winter. In order to provide the most respectful, safe and dignified shopping experience possible, our pantry needs more space in which to operate.
In answer to this challenge, A Place To Turn is excited to share the news that we will be building a 500 sq. ft. addition and renovating our existing spaces inside the pantry. With the generosity of foundations, corporations and individuals, we plan to fund our efforts through this capital campaign, which is taking place now until we reach our $500,000 fundraising goal.
We need your help! Please contribute to our Building a Healthier Community Campaign by making a one-time additional donation here or mail your check with Campaign noted in the memo line to A Place To Turn, 99 Hartford Street, Natick, MA, 01760.
Together, we can do it!
Please take a look at our new video (below) that highlights what we do and the need for improvements to our Pantry.
To learn more:
Questions? Please contact Joanne Barry, Executive Director at A Place To Turn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-655-8868.
Thank you for your support!
We would like to thank the following foundations, corporations, and individuals, for their meaningful financial contributions to our Building a Healthier Community Campaign.
Thanks to their generosity, we are pleased to report that we are already approximately 80% of the way to reaching our fundraising goal!
Our deepest thanks to:
Carol and Jack O’Neil
The Jacobs Family of Framingham
The Siegel Family of Natick