Initiatives: Ways in Which Our Community is Helping
All money collected from our generous donors is being put to use for filling needs all over Belmont:
Meeting Our Neighbors' Needs
Our army of over 300 volunteers has been quickly responding to our community's needs with:
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With the Recreation Department and the Woman's Club, we are collecting art to showcase on repurposed lawn signs as an art garden at the Homer House at Pleasant Street and Concord Avenue.
The Belmont Kindness Rocks Project
Help spread kindness, joy, and words of encouragement around Belmont. You'll need rocks, a container for water, a piece of aluminum foil for the palette, acrylic paint, paintbrush(es), paper towel. Rocks are available at the Beech Street Center - contact Dana Leavitt at 617-993-2977.
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Working with the town's Recreation Department and all residents, this virtual gathering on May 16 showcased talents to benefit Belmont Helps Fund that will go right back into the hardest hit parts of our community.
Belmont Helps has provided mask-making materials on request to our awesome army of volunteers making masks. We match materials with people who sew and masks to people in need, including Belmont Manor and several businesses.
Your funds are hard at work! There are residents in Belmont who cannot afford a meal. Working with Belmont's Council on Aging, Food Pantry and Public Schools, we are giving gift cards from Belmont restaurants.
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Co-founder Amy Kirsch explains Belmont Helps:
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