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SMOC News

2017

12/19/17, Metrowest Daily News, PHOTOS: SMOC and United Way hold annual holiday lunch

12/7/17, Metrowest Daily News, Marlborough community to showcase generosity at Evening of Giving

9/26/17, Metrowest Daily News, Voices Against Violence Offers Many Thanks

9/23/17, Metrowest Daily News, Annual Break the Silence Walk in Framingham Raises $20,000

9/20/17, Wicked Local Framingham, Voices Against Violence Welcomes New Director

9/19/17, Metrowest Daily News, Natick Addiction Workshop Supports Loved Ones

7/12/17, Metrowest Daily News, Framingham Kids Get Soccer Time with Italian Coaches

6/20/17, Metrowest Daily News, Locals Graduate from SMOC HiSET, ESL Programs

5/16/17, Lowell Sun, LTLC in Shape Thanks to Circle

5/2/17, SMOC Press Release, Lowell Program for the Homeless Accepts Donation from Circle Health

3/4/17, Metrowest Daily News, Program Trains MetroWest Women for Clean Energy Jobs

2/24/17, Metrowest Daily News, Creating feats of clay at Community Kiln Framingham

2/12/17, Metrowest Daily News, State Saw Rapid Decrease in Homeless Families in Hotels

2/3/17, Woburn Patch, District Attorney Ryan Donates Proceeds of Forfeited Phones to Aid Domestic Violence Survivors

SMOC'S MISSION
To improve the quality of life of low-income and disadvantaged individuals and families by advocating for their needs and rights; providing services; educating the community; building a community of support; participating in coalitions with other advocates and searching for new resources and partnerships.