We are bringing back our popular Flowers for Friends program in 2022, with a twist. You get three bunches of tulips - one to keep, two to share, and a great non-profit gets a donation!
This year, you can choose from 3 different local non-profits - all doing great work in our local community. Our partners this spring are the Hopkinton Community Partnership, The Ashland Bark Park and AREA.
The Hopkinton Community Partnership is an independent philanthropy whose mission is to improve the diverse needs of the Hopkinton community, it’s individuals, and families through grant opportunities and funding. The partnership supports community-based education driven programs as well as individuals and families in Hopkinton who are in need.
The Ashland Bark Park is a grant funded dog park slated to begin within the next year at Parcel 13-38, located on Memorial Drive in Ashland (formerly MBTA access rd.) The "Ashland Dog Park Committee" is a volunteer non-profit corporation seeking out support for and responsible for creating, operating, maintaining and improving the Ashland Bark Park. Our all-volunteer Board of Directors is dedicated to ensuring that the Ashland Bark Park is a safe, pleasant, and fun place for dogs and their people.
AREA is a 501c3 non-profit organization that is committed to working with the Ashland community to ensure that people of color voices are heard and represented.