Princess Charlotte Project
An organization started in memory of a special girl named Charlotte O’Shea who lived and loved being a princess in her six years of life. In her memory we provide new dresses, shoes, wands, princess accessories, super hero costumes, and gift bags for teenage patients and distribute them to girls and boys in the waiting room at hospitals.
To learn more, go to princesscharlotteproject.org or contact them at email@example.com
Color Out Cancer
Local resident, Reilly Fitzsimmons, started this venture July of last year in remembrance of his grandmother who passed away from brain cancer. Children who have been diagnosed with cancer draw a picture/create a design for a pair of socks. Depending on the design, the money goes to various cancer organizations.
For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Harvard Conservation Trust
Today the Trust comprises nearly 385 members and is governed by a volunteer board of 15 Trustees; all are Harvard residents each of whom may serve for a maximum of two three-year terms. Committee work includes Conservation, Stewardship, Finance, and Discovery. Our committee members are composed of Trustees and members. We welcome any member who would like to become more involved to contact the Trust about committee opportunities.
Currently we own over 265 acres and manage 18 conservation restrictions for an additional 406 acres. In total, we have helped to protect over 700 acres in Harvard since our founding in 1973.
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A community musical event hosted by the Harvard Cultural Collaborative and the brainchild of Harvard resident, Jan Daley. This relaxed jam is an opportunity for musicians and singers to gather to share songs, harmonies, and fun…loosely folk songs (hence the name).
For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Music tent: 5 o’clock Mix, Banker & Tess Ferraiolo (Harvard Farmers Market Music Coordinators) Nancy make up part of the band, 5 o’clock Mix, performing folk/rock covers of songs we all know and love.
For more info contact, Nancy Banker (email@example.com) and Tess Ferraiolo (firstname.lastname@example.org)