Cookies and service go together

Girl Scout Troop 30392 raised money for Joseph’s Project. In addition, they encouraged customers to purchase boxes of cookies which were then donated to the families supported by Joseph’s Project.


The troop collected a total of 21 boxes. The girls will continue to support us as a service project.

We thank the scouts, their leaders, and their customers.

The community supports us

As we mentioned in our recent newsletter, we’ve received great support from individuals, groups, and businesses in the Wachusett region. The support continues this month as Sweets and Java partners with Joseph’s Project to collect food and household items for our families.

10891782_10152999621986182_9129038496167958516_nGo to Sweets and Java, pick up and fill a grocery bag, and return it to the shop. You’ll be entered into a raffle for a $50 S&J gift card. More importantly, you’ll show how the community works to take care of each other.

Thanks to all who’ve helped by their gifts and words and deeds.

News and notes

There’s a nice write-up about Joseph’s Project in The Landmark: Joseph’s Project delivers on food, hope.

The Wachusett Area Chamber of Commerce will support Joseph’s Project through its annual Holiday Gathering. Party-goers can bring cash or gift cards to help us help our family.

While you’re getting ready for the Holden Road Race in support of Joseph’s Project, keep in mind that our Third Annual Shamrock Shuffle will come around at the other end of winter. Our Shamrock Shuffle will take place on a special day because March 14, 2015 will be a once-in-a-century thrill for math geeks.

Thanks again for all you do.

Thank you

Our thanks go out to all of you who joined in our Halloween party. Special thanks go to the good folks at the Manor Restaurant for their hospitality and to the donors who gave us such great gifts.

roller.derby.girlsWith your generosity and good spirit, we can continue to deliver food to families in need.