What One Church in Medfield, Ma. Has Done to Help

February 2, 2010 at 1:55 pm Leave a comment

Members of UCC Medfield gather post-volunteering to reflect on their accomplishments

It’s amazing what five years can do.

Susan Holbrook of Medfield became inspired to lend a hand at Cradles to Crayons after her husband Richard volunteered at The Giving Factory back in 2005.

Since then, Holbrook has developed a laudable, albeit dizzying, schedule. While juggling a family and a full-time job (she is Director of Children’s Ministries at United Church of Christ in Medfield), she has managed to foster multiple relationships between C2C and Medfield communities, including a strong ongoing partnership with UCC Medfield.

Want to read more about Holbrook and UCC Medfield’s accomplishments? Check out Carol Iaciofano’s recent article in the Medfield Press.


Entry filed under: Boston, Community Involvement - Boston, In the News, Special Event, Volunteer Experience.

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