1 There has been a lot of depressing news these last couple of weeks, so during the month of April, SOURCE plans to try to highlight even more than normal the #PositiveNews in the City.
We published several positive news reports yesterday and this morning on our Facebook page we are highlighting them. Some of the reports include:
- With Disinfectant Shortage, Framingham-Based Company Steps Up to Help
- Foundation for MetroWest Awards $75,000 in Emergency COVID-19 Grants to a Dozen Organizations Helping Others During COVID-19 Crisis
- Framingham Superintendent Helps Bring The Music To 250 Students
- Special birthday Wishes for 7-Year-Old boy
2. HELP WITH FOOD SECURITY
- There are food services available for students, families, and any others in need. Starting, yesterday, families can pick up a breakfast and a lunch at four schools Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. for any Framingham child age 18 or younger. Students MUST be in the vehicle. Last week, more than 2,000 meals were distributed, said the school system
- For non-families in the City, the United Way & Daniel’s Table is providing service.
3. According to Mayor’s public schedule, Mayor Yvonne Spicer has no public events scheduled.
4. More #PositiveNews — The MetroWest YMCA is providing emergency child care for front line workers for free.
5. In case you missed it yesterday, even more #PositiveNews — New England Patriots plane landed from China with more than 1 million N95 masks. Gov. Charlie Baker was emotional in thanking the Kraft family for helping to make this happen.