The Grapevine concludes successful fundraising campaign

Published: 1/22/2020 10:35:40 AM

After receiving dozens of small, large and in-kind contributions from the community, the Board of Directors of the Grapevine would like to thank our donors for their generous support of our capital fundraising campaign. We want to especially express our appreciation for the contributions of The Small Corporation, the Opioid Task Force and the City of Greenfield for their substantial contributions to this effort. We have successfully concluded our campaign. Our aged heating system is being replaced and we will continue to be a vital part of Franklin County’s recovery community for decades to come.

This continues a long history of our community supporting those seeking help overcoming difficulties in their lives. Thirty years ago, the Grapevine was created by the volunteer efforts of many community members and financial support of the Town of Greenfield. Since that time other locally based programs focusing on recovery have been created, some of which have served as models for the state and country. We can all be proud of how we have come together to address the serious problem of substance abuse.

Kara Cavanaugh

President, The Board of Directors of the Grapevine, Inc., Greenfield


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