Whether its farming, fiber art, creative play or stargazing, Hilltown Families is the go-to resource for supporting the interests of self-directed learners in Western Massachusetts each week right here on our website. On Valley Gives Day, Tuesday, May 3, 2016 help us continue to promote local interest-based learning with a donation to Hilltown Families: http://www.bit.ly/WeAreHilltownFamilies
Today is Valley Gives Day, your day to make a meaningful tax deductible donation to Hilltown Families as we enter our 10th year! Here are three ways you can support Hilltown Families TODAY: Make a tax deductible donation at: razoo.com/Hilltown-Families (every gift counts towards Valley Gives fundraising prizes!) Get social! Share your giving to Hilltown Families with your Facebook Friends! Give it a Tweet! Email your friends! Encourage others to match your… Read More
This month, Hilltown Families will be entering our 10th year! We will also be participating in our 1st ever Annual Appeal through Valley Gives this Wednesday, December 10th! Your tax deductible donation to Hilltown Families during Valley Gives will help us continue to support community building and community learning initiatives throughout western MA! Supporting Education through Community Engagement For nearly a decade, Hilltown Families has been working towards creating resilient and sustainable… Read More
Today is Giving Tuesday! Support Hilltown Families! — Schedule a Gift to Hilltown Families for Valley Gives day, today! How will your gift help Hilltown Families? Here are 15 ways your donation will support the work of Hilltown Families…
This past Saturday, November 22nd, was the third Hilltown Families’ Family Community Service Event, a one of a kind event for families to volunteer together in a morning of community service! From teens to tots to grandparents, over 200 folks were able to generate 600 hours of community service at this intergenerational event for different non-profit and community organizations in our region that support education, children’s welfare, and human services.
Note 20, Valley Gives Day I love this about the little Valley I call home: people care about the larger world and they care about this community. I think volunteerism is something that’s a community value. To wit, my daughter’s preschool—not just the parents—are involved in community service activities. The message, as I understand it, to help others is part of life. Period. The folks at the Community Foundation apparently think the… Read More