Thank You for Your Support on ONEmetrowest Day 10/28/22

Dear Friends,

A heartfelt thank you to everyone who participated in our 3rd Annual ONEmetrowest Day yesterday. It was inspiring to see so many of you come together to support our neighbors in need. The ONEmetrowest Fund fuels all that the Foundation does throughout our 30+ MetroWest communities—and the needs continue to be significant.

I’m excited to report that we secured 100% of the $50,000 match gift yesterday!

Whether you helped us get closer to reaching our financial goal by making a donation, or if you were one of the many volunteers who contributed their time to support our nonprofit partners, we appreciate all your efforts.

And although ONEmetrowest Day is over, there’s still time to step up and show your support. We are $76,000 away from reaching our overall campaign goal of $310,000 during October, and there’s still time to contribute before midnight on October 31st!

It’s been invigorating to see so many volunteers come together in person this year, a refreshing change from last year when COVID limited our activities. And yesterday’s matching gift opportunity doubled the impact of donations that will help improve the lives of your MetroWest neighbors.

We are excited about all that we can achieve together thanks to your generous support.

With Gratitude,

Jay Kim
Executive Director



Related Posts

Amelia Cordischi headshot
October 2, 2023
Join us in welcoming our new Marketing and Communications Specialist Amelia Cordischi to the Foundation! “Having grown up in Sudbury, I am excited to work with the Foundation team to support and...
September 7, 2023
NATICK, MA, September 11, 2023- The Community Foundation for MetroWest is proud to announce the 10th annual Community Leadership Reception taking place on Thursday, September 28 from 4:30-6:30 pm at the Verve...
September 6, 2023
In a recent article in the Worcester Business Journal by Katherine Garrahan, CFMW board member and Partner at Bowditch & Dewey, the value and benefits of serving on nonprofit boards are explored....