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The Charity Guild brought home 1,630 pounds of food Saturday from the annual letter carriers food drive. Executive Director Michael Molyneux posed at the Commercial Street post office in Brockton with Sean OMalley, who worked tirelessly to make this drive a success. Thanks also to Diane Nadeau, Eileen Bailey and Doug Meadows of The Guild for their efforts.

The Charity Guild brought home 1,630 pounds of food Saturday from the annual letter carriers' food drive. Executive Director Michael Molyneux posed at the Commercial Street post office in Brockton with Sean O'Malley, who worked tirelessly to make this drive a success. Thanks also to Diane Nadeau, Eileen Bailey and Doug Meadows of The Guild for their efforts. ... See MoreSee Less

Today members of The Charity Guild  saw where so much of our food comes from, The Greater Boston Food Bank. Executive Director Michael Molyneux took a tour with board members Patty Lawton, Nancy Gustafson and Diane Prince.

Today members of The Charity Guild saw where so much of our food comes from, The Greater Boston Food Bank. Executive Director Michael Molyneux took a tour with board members Patty Lawton, Nancy Gustafson and Diane Prince. ... See MoreSee Less

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And Julie Niccoli. Oops!

1 month ago

The Charity Guild, Inc.
Charity Guild Restaurant Week

On various days of the week, the six participating restaurants will contribute between 10 and 50% of your total bill to The Charity Guild (excluding tax and tip). They are Tutto Bene and Bertucci's in Brockton, Stoneforge Grill and 99 in Easton, Not Your Average Joe's in Randolph and Chipotle in Mansfield. See thecharityguild.org for full details.

Charity Guild Restaurant WeekApr 24, 11:00amSix Brockton Area RestaurantsOn various days of the week, the six participating restaurants will contribute between 10 and 50% of your total bill to The Charity Guild (excluding tax and tip). They are Tutto Bene and Bertucci's in Brockton, Stoneforge Grill and 99 in Easton, Not Your Average Joe's in Randolph and Chipotle in Mansfield. See thecharityguild.org for full details.
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2 months ago

The Charity Guild, Inc.
More than 120 Charity Guild supporters raised funds in style at “The Little Black Dress.” This one-man show by Bill Graham was like a magic act featuring fashion accessories, stories and stand-up comedy, and floral arrangements created to complement eight different outfits that all began as a basic black dress. This multitasking entertainer owns the Beautiful Things flower and gift shop in Salem, MA.

More than 120 Charity Guild supporters raised funds in style at “The Little Black Dress.” This one-man show by Bill Graham was like a magic act featuring fashion accessories, stories and stand-up comedy, and floral arrangements created to complement eight different outfits that all began as a basic black dress. This multitasking entertainer owns the Beautiful Things flower and gift shop in Salem, MA. ... See MoreSee Less

Many thanks to our friends at Fallon Health for a $2,000 Hunger Relief grant. Executive Director Michael Molyneux picked up the check and posed with Kim Salmon (left) and Jean Bernadeau (right), both of Fallon.

Many thanks to our friends at Fallon Health for a $2,000 Hunger Relief grant. Executive Director Michael Molyneux picked up the check and posed with Kim Salmon (left) and Jean Bernadeau (right), both of Fallon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Kim - you don't age!!! Still as beautiful as the day I met you!

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