The latest Natick, Mass., non-profit news:
Rotary’s ‘Dinner On Us’ sweepstakes is on
The Natick Rotary Club has organized a “Dinner On Us” sweepstakes with prizes that include gift cards to up to 10 local restaurants and a top award worth $2,000.
Proceeds from the sweepstakes will support the Rotary’s new partnership with Humans for Education, a non-profit that focuses on women and families in Kenya. Their work helps mothers launch businesses, prevents disease through clean water initiatives and helps schools become financially self-sustaining.
The sweepstakes will also support the Rotary’s local charitable work, including grants to nonprofits and scholarships for Natick High School students.
Donations of $20 or more give participants a chance to win gift cards to restaurants in Natick, Wayland, Wellesley and Needham (no purchase is necessary to enter). Registration is open until Feb. 29.
Natick official presenting on Black History
Natick Director of Equity, Inclusion & Outreach Troy Smith will present “From Scars to Strength: Our Journey through Black History” on Thursday, Feb. 15 (5:30-7pm) at Metroworks-Natick Common (31 South Main St.).
The event is hosted by Natick for Black Lives Matter.
Baked goods for voters at Kennedy Middle School
The Kennedy Middle School PTO is hosting a bake sale on March 5 at the middle school gym on March 5 from 7am-8pm to coincide with primary election voting. Volunteer sign-up registration is open for bakers and sale helpers.
Proceeds will support Kennedy students and teachers.
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