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"BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERISM"
Outback Steakhouse 45 Mazzeo Drive, Randolph
Monday, May 4, 2015 11:30am - 1:00pm
The working title for the topic of this meeting is, "Benefits of Volunteerism", how to give back and benefit from the exposure. Many of us (business folk) have contributed funds, resources and/or services to the benefit of others and, as long as the heart is in the right place, there's absolutely nothing wrong with receiving good press for doing so!
Jake Daurora, GM of Outback Steakhouse in Randolph, has invited our Chamber to partake of a nice luncheon meal, served to us at our tables. Outback has been a member of our Chamber for several years, and even though they are in the Town of Randolph, they have always stepped up to work with our Stoughton Chamber!
Chris Petrie Roast Video
Shot and Edited by Jeffrey Pickette for SMAC Click Here
Can also be seen on StoughtonTV.com (Comcast 9/Verizon 28)
Thursday, January 1 at 9 p.m.
Friday, January 2 at 10 p.m.
Saturday, January 3 at 9 p.m.
Sunday, January 4 at 10 p.m.
After these dates
Thursdays and Sundays at 9 p.m. throughout the month of January
Handicap Van for Gianna Rose
We are reaching out to our Chamber Members and Friends to help the Parkman Family (who have strong Chamber ties) purchase a handicap accessible vehicle for their amazing little girl, Gianna Rose. Gianna was born with an extremely rare brain condition that has been undiagnosed.
Her brain condition has caused many disabilities, including; Cerebral palsy, Epilepsy, and other medical anomalies, some to hard to pronounce. Gianna is, and always will be, wheelchair bound. She is a happy 4 year-old motivated little girl. Everyday we see more and more amazing developments!
Gianna requires frequent trips, weekly, to places like Children's Hospital in Boston, Lexington and Waltham for physical therapy and medical follow-ups. As she gets older it will become even more difficult to transport her, as needed.
Your Stoughton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted unanimously to offer whatever assistence possible, including fundraising, reaching out to our Members and looking for whatever is out there for a proper vehicle to help the Parkman's provide transport!
For more information and/or to make a donation, please go to her GoFundMe page
Stoughton is geographically located in the heart of Eastern Massachusetts. Just 30 minutes in either direction from the city of Boston, the city of Providence, Rhode Island and the beauty Cape Cod, thereby benefiting from the vibrance of city life and the tranquility of a suburban community.
The Town of Stoughton cherishes both it's residential and business diversity and was the first to receive a State Proclamation as a No Place For Hate community. With a population of approximately 27,000 residents, Stoughton attracts all types of businesses including; retail, professional and industrial as well as cottage industry business such as the arts, entertainment and many fine restaurants! Stoughtonians take great pride in the accomplishments, diversity and friendly atmosphere we have all come to know.
Community Forum Show
Talking about the "9th Annual Doin It For Diane Fundraiser"
Why Your Business should join the Chamber
A Three Minute Video Presentation
2012 Annual Meeting Hosted by The New England Sinai Hospital
2010 "Doin' It For Diane" 7th Annual Food Pantry Fundraiser sponsored by The Stoughton Chamber of Commerce and the Food Pantry Foundation of Stoughton, Inc. (501c3 non-profit)
The Chamber of Commerce is an organization represented by its members. Along with the Officers and Board of Directors are the very important Committees.
Committee members are often a mix of board members and chamber members who discuss the topic of their respective committee and report back to the Board of Directors.
Getting involved with a Committee is a great way of participate along with your colleagues and be a significant asset to your chamber! It's easy and enjoyable and with enough participants the workload is really rather small.