FRAMINGHAM – A small but dedicated group of Framingham residents calling themselves B POSITIVE are looking to spread a positivity movement in Framingham.
They are joining a national “Spread Positivity” push.
Spread Positivity is “a non-profit campaign to highlight the power of real-world human interaction, and to encourage people to try in their daily lives to be positive, kind, empathetic and to proactively seek simple opportunities to help others without wanting anything in return.”
Next Friday night, April 28, B POSITIVE is hosting a party at the Framingham Elks, Lodge 1264.
Staying true to their mission of spreading good will and doing for others, all funds raised will be donated to the Reynard family, whose son, a 2016 FHS graduate, is battling lymphoma for the second time.
The event starts at 6:30 p.m. and will feature a fun night out with food, drinks, silent auction, music, a variety of entertainment and lots of positive conversation and energy. Tickets are $25. If you can not attend you can still make a donation, too.
The event is 21+. There will be a cash bar.