We proudly support causes where we work and live, contributing to the well-being of our local communities.

Westborough ConnectsMission

Westborough Connects is a community connector with a mission to help build a thriving, kind, and connected community where everybody belongs. By listening and responding to the needs of the community, we connect people to resources and to each other. We foster meaningful relationships through events, collaborative partnerships, and communications.


Westborough Connects’ vision is that every Westborough community member feels a sense of belonging and has the resources they need throughout all stages of their lives. Westborough Connects strives to serve the community by creating essential human connections.

Atlanta MissionAtlanta Mission is the city’s largest and longest-running provider of services to homeless men, women and children.

We empower those experiencing homelessness in Atlanta. We meet each person where they are, in their unique circumstances, to provide customized services to help them overcome the cause of their homelessness.

Westborough Education FoundationThe Westborough Education Foundation is a private non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial support for projects and programs that expand educational opportunities, foster and stimulate creativity, and enhance the excellence of academic experiences for Westborough Students.

The Foundation evaluates funding proposals from teachers, administrators, and students in each of the Westborough Public Schools for any project, activity or program which offers enrichment to the educational experience of Westborough students in science, math, literature, languages, social studies and the arts.

Based in Atlanta, LifeLine Animal Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission of ending the shelter euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals.

We are the largest animal welfare organization in Georgia. LifeLine manages the Fulton and DeKalb County Animal shelters as well as provides enforcement services for Fulton County.

Community ServingsSince our founding in 1990, Community Servings has provided more than 10 million medically tailored meals (MTMs) to our clients across Massachusetts who are living with severe critical and chronic illnesses such as HIV, cancer, diabetes, and kidney disease.


Our mission is to actively engage the community to provide medically tailored, nutritious, scratch-made meals to chronically and critically ill individuals and their families. We commit, in all our programs and business practices, to prioritize racial and economic justice and health equity.

Arts in CommonThe Westborough Cultural Council  is the local representative of the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC), and is one of over 300 local councils responsible to every community in the Commonwealth. Our mission is to enhance the Town’s cultural life. We do this by awarding grants to deserving projects such as performances, field trips, school programs, concerts, broadcasts – programs that are part of people’s everyday lives.

The Cultural Council will continue its efforts to bring meaningful programs and events to Westborough. Together, we can enrich the cultural life of our community and thus further promote Westborough as a thriving hub of activity in the Commonwealth.

Pan Mass ChallengeThe Pan-Mass Challenge is a Massachusetts-based bike-a-thon that raises more money for charity than any other single athletic fundraising event in the country. Always held the first weekend in August, the PMC raises funds for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, a world leader in adult and pediatric cancer treatment and research.

Over 280,000 supporters contribute to the PMC’s gift annually making up 62% of the Jimmy Fund’s annual revenue. 100% of every rider-raised dollar goes directly to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Westborough Food PantryThe Westborough Food Pantry provides food for over 190 Westborough families for a total of over 500 people each week.  Each family receives up to 4 bags of groceries depending on the size of the family, representing an average weekly total of 4600-5200 lbs. of food. Families also receive fresh meat, eggs and bread every week.

The pantry is unique in that clients are not given prepacked bags of groceries; they shop and pick the food items of their liking.