Quarter 1 Donation Drive: Basic Necessities!

Join Building Impact this month as we give back and support the members of our communities. We will be collecting basic necessities which will directly benefit the individuals and families served by three of our nonprofit partners: Family Promise Metrowest, Middlesex Human Service Agency, Inc. and the New England Center and Home for Veterans. Learn more about our beneficiaries below!

Building Impact simplifies service for commercial and residential buildings, as well as our call to action partners. To participate in this donation drive, check with your property management company or ambassador today!

From February 13th to March 3rd, you can directly help your community members by donating items such as toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, brushes and combs, socks and blankets-items that we may consider basic, but can be unaffordable luxuries to others. Sometimes it’s the small, simple things that matter the most; your donation can certainly help make someone’s day a little better!

So when you’re out at the store this month doing your basic necessities shopping, think about purchasing an extra item or 2 for those children, women, and men who also need them. This is a great and easy way to give back to those living in your communities!

Our Nonprofit Partners:

Family Promise Metrowest is a cooperative, interfaith partnership offering hope and help to homeless families through safe transitional shelter, meals, and supportive case management as the families seek permanent housing.

Middlesex Human Service Agency, Inc. works with a wide variety of clients– who  may be confronting issues such as homelessness, substance abuse, mental health issues, legal issues, or lack of educational and vocational skills– from Waltham and surrounding communities to improve their quality of life and encourage independent functioning, through diverse program offerings.

New England Center and Home for Veterans is a national leader in the housing and serving of Veterans who are at risk of homelessness. Offering services through the region, NECHV supports Veterans with innovative services that enable success, meaningful employment, and dignified independent living.

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