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2019 June We Care Wednesday: Youth on Fire

In honor of Pride Month we have selected Youth on Fire as the recipient of June’s We Care Wednesday initiative. Youth on Fire (YOF), a program of AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, is a drop-in center for homeless and street-involved youth, ages 14-24, located in Harvard Square, Cambridge. Over 3,000 youth have benefited from YOF since the program opened its doors in the Spring of 2000. Youth On Fire strives to help as many youth as possible have healthy lifestyles, stay HIV, STI, and HCV-negative, and seek greater stability through supports, services, and opportunities for leadership and development. Currently, Youth...

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2019 Cambridge Modern Quilt Guild and gather here camp scholarship

We have always wanted to offer a scholarship for families who could use some assistance in sending their kid to our summer sewing camp. This is the second year that the Cambridge Modern Quilt Guild has generously offered to make and raffle a quilt to provide scholarship funding! We are so freakin' excited to share this opportunity with all of you to win a beautiful handmade quilt and to help coordinate applications. The CMQG will be at the 3rd Annual Inman Eats AND Crafts event on Sunday, May 19th and you can come check out the quilt, meet members of...

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2019 May We Care Wednesday: Cambridge Family and Children's Services

Founded in 1873 by local businessman James Huntington, Cambridge Family and Children's Services was established as an orphanage called The Avon Home. Huntington’s vision was to help the growing number of homeless youth wandering the streets of 19th century Cambridge. Since its inception, CFCS has grown into a highly regarded non-profit agency that provides intervention to at-risk families; placement services for children and youth through its adoption, intensive foster care and residential programs; and services to children and adults with disabilities and their families. We chose Cambridge Family and Children's Service as this month's recipient because we appreciate the CFCS mission to provide...

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2019 April We Care Wednesday: Science Club for Girls

Science Club for Girls was founded in 1994 as a grassroots organization by Beth O’Sullivan and Mary McGowan, two parents in Cambridge, Massachusetts who were concerned with issues of gender equity in math, science, and technology. Their mission is to “foster excitement, confidence, and literacy in STEM for girls, particularly from underrepresented communities, by providing free, experiential programs and by maximizing meaningful interactions with women mentors in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.” Currently offering spring programs to Cambridge residents, we encourage you to check out their programming and if you are looking for volunteer opportunities, consider volunteering to be a...

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2019 Women's History Month: Meet Meghan

March is coming to a close and with it our last post featuring one of the newest members of team gather here, Meghan. We hope you'll seek out all of our team members in person and share your own enthusiasm for craft. Finding the intersections between what the community loves to make and what we are skilled at has always been one of the fun things about being a brick and mortar. Thank you so much for taking the time to read the 14 team interviews to celebrate Women's History Month and what makes this woman-owned business hum. When did...

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