FRAMINGHAM – During such uncertain times for our communities, it has been inspiring to see so many of our neighbors step up to help those in need.
These “hometown heroes” are beacons of hope we need during this pandemic and deserve unending recognition.
Throughout the past few weeks, these brave individuals and small businesses have used their unique skills to give back to our community in different ways.
As Director of Griswold Home Care, I’ve seen first-hand how our caregivers have gone above and beyond to ensure that local seniors have the resources, care and support needed to stay healthy and safe during the outbreak.
One local business, M. S. Walker – producer and distributer of fine wines and spirits – has used its tubs to make almost 100,000 bottles of hand sanitizer, which have been donated to local and state police departments, fire departments, first responders, hospitals and other care providers, including Griswold Home Care.
Daniel Faucher, couture designer, with the School of Fashion Design Boston, has made hundreds of face masks for local organizations struggling to find the masks needed to protect their employees during the outbreak, including Griswold.
Marissa Goldstein, Rafinova, has partnered to create and donate face masks to many in need and the Griswold team, as well.
To our local hometown heroes working tirelessly to help our community through this crisis: thank you.
Your bravery and dedication to helping others is a much-needed light during a time of darkness.
Griswold Home Care of Metrowest Boston