Representatives from 20 nonprofit organizations and community groups in Sudbury got together recently for coffee and conversation at the Sudbury Foundation. The group met to network, share the good works they do to support people in Sudbury and beyond, and consider how to strengthen their activities through collaboration. This is the sixth get-together since the group formed in 2013.
Sudbury groups who wish to participate in future events should email their contact information to email@example.com.
Photo: Standing back row from left: Sally Hild, Sudbury Historical Society (SHS); Ron Riggert, Hop Brook Protection Assn.; Neela de Zoysa, Friends of the Assabet River NWR; Lee Swanson, SHS; Ruth Griesel, SHS; Marilyn Ellsworth, League of Women Voters; Suzanne Sege, Domestic Violence Services Network (DVSN) Sue Rushfirth, Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable; Tina Hyland, Employment Options; Rich Davison, Sudbury Foundation; Michael Sanders, Sudbury Valley Trustees; Joyce Fricke, Sudbury Garden Club; Stewart Hoover, SHS; Diana Cebra, Sudbury Historic Commission; and Marilyn Martino, Sudbury Foundation.
Seated from left: Marie Royea, Sudbury Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and the Thursday Garden Club; Judi Harris, Sudbury Weed Education & Eradication Team (SWEET); Lynn Noland, Sudbury Garden Club; Sue Petit, Friends of the Goodnow Library; and Jacqueline Apsler, DVSN.
Not pictured, Kim Prendergast, MetroWest Free Medical Program, Jackie Kabat, HOPEsudbury; Samantha Greenfield, Goodnow Library Foundation; Debbie Howell, Bridges Together; Nalini Goyal, Gifts of Hope Unlimited; and Jill Stansky and Tricia Brunner from the Sudbury Foundation.
Sudbury Nonprofits In the News
Many of our local nonprofits have been featured recently in the Sudbury Town Crier. Click below to read more.
MetroWest Free Medical Program
Sudbury Historical Society