Many thanks to all who attended and supported the JFS Build-a-Backpack events at the Wellesley Free Library and Framingham Public Library!

Build-a-Backpack – 200 Backpacks Given to Students In Need
Dr. Stacy Scott, Superintendent of Framingham Public Schools with Build-a-Backpack donors.

Over two days, 160 attendees filled backpacks with school supplies, giving 200 disadvantaged students the tools they need to start the year off right – SUCCESS!

As one mom who comes every year said, "this is the highlight of our end of summer activities. Thank you JFS for providing an opportunity to show our children how to give back.”

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Build-a-Backpack – 200 Backpacks Given to Students In Need
Thanks to all donors for making Build-a-Backpack a success!

About JFS of Metrowest

JFS is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to standing up for those left behind and provides services to over 4,800 people in need within the Metrowest region each year, including afterschool tutoring for at-risk children, nutrition assistance for low-income families, refugee resettlement case management and support services that enable frail older adults to live independently.  To learn more about JFS visit our website at or like us on Facebook

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