PLYMOUTH - On Friday, April 30, 2021, members of the Womanade Outreach Committee, Carolyn McCoy and Julie Day, met with the respective varsity head coaches of the Plymouth North and Plymouth South boys lacrosse programs to gratefully receive a donation to the Outreach program.
Womanade at The Pinehills was pleased to be recognized for their charitable work in the wider Plymouth community by the Pinehills Land Owners Association. We were featured in their Wednesday Unwind Blog on October 28, 2020. To read the article, please follow the link below to the PHLOA Wednesday Unwind site.
Womanade at The Pinehills was recognized by the South Shore Community Action Council as one of their Local Heroes for 2020, at their annual Recognition Event held in October. The Director of SSCAC, Jack Cocio, had this to say about Womanade:
For 55 years, SSCAC has worked to eliminate poverty throughout the South Shore.
“As a community action agency, we partner with thousands of dedicated individuals, organizations, community groups, and companies to make a difference in the quality of life for nearly 30,000 of our less fortunate neighbors and friends. We simply cannot have the impact we do without the incredible activism of people like you, the compassionate and generous members of Womanade at The Pinehills.
Each year, SSCAC has the great honor of recognizing our Local Heroes, those individuals and groups who demonstrate commitment to their communities through extraordinary acts of goodwill. For all that you do to provide emergency assistance for families and children in the Plymouth Public Schools, we look forward to honoring Womanade at The Pinehills at our Local Heroes event in October.
Since its inception in 2007, Womanade at The Pinehills has helped nearly 350 families with assistance totaling $165,616! During times like these when so many families are struggling to get by, Womanade members quietly, yet powerfully, answer the call for help. You represent the best of community action to change lives.”
Womanade at The Pinehills was presented with the following three certificates in honor of their Local Heroes recognition.