Some of our upcoming and recent Social Action projects:
 
Youth Group Participates in Attleboro Area Homelessness Awareness Weekend
In November our youth group participates in the Attleboro Area Homelessness Awareness Weekend.  Along with other area church youth groups, the teens spend the weekend camping out in makeshift shelters in Mason Field in North Attleboro.  They attend an interfaith service, listen to invited speakers and raise money to benefit local charities that support homeless individuals and families.
 
 
 
Elementary Age Group Sponsors Clothing Drive to Benefit Clothes-to-Go

This fall our Elementary Age Religious Education group sponsored a clothing drive to benefit Clothes-to-Go free clothing pantry in Mansfield, Massachusetts. 

The Clothes-to-Go free clothing program is run by the Faith United Methodist Church and is located in downtown Mansfield.  They are open Saturday mornings to distribute clothing and other items to those in need in the local community.

 
Religious Education Groups Hold Car Wash to Benefit Local Animal Sanctuary 
Youth from our congregation held a car wash Sunday May 13 with all proceeds benefiting the Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary, a rescue center for neglected and abused animals in Norton. 
 
For more about Winslow Farm visit: http://www.winslowfarm.com/.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Clean-Up Foxborough and The Great Mansfield Clean-up 
 
Although we are located in Foxborough, a great number of our members hail from surrounding communities. 
 
A group of adults, young adults, and children from our church annually participate in "Clean Up Foxborough" and the "Great Mansfield Clean-up".
 
 
 
Bulb kit sale to benefit Heifer International
 
During the month of April our congregation participated in a paperwhite narcissus bulb
kit sale at our church and in a community venue, with the proceeds to benefit Heifer International.  The project raised over $400 for Heifer.
 
More about Heifer International:
Heifer International is a global non-profit with the goal of ending poverty and hunger in a sustainable fashion.  Established in 1944, Heifer International gives out gifts of livestock, seeds and trees along with extensive training to those in need.  For more information visit www.heifer.org. 
 
 
 
Middle School Group performs St. George and the Dragon to benefit Sea Turtles
 
On March 17th our middle school aged religious education group performed "St. George and the Dragon" at our church in order to raise money to benefit sea turtle preservation. 

The funds raised were divided between two programs: The Georgia Sea Turtle program, where they will be adopting an injured sea turtle patient, and the National Save a Sea Turtle Foundation, where they will be adopting a nest.