Category Archives: Youth Philanthropy

Logan sets a most perfect example for all of us!

CEO Blog
Acushnet, Massachusetts
November 21, 2018

In the middle of a very hectic day, in walks Logan. Logan is 5 years-old. He was on a mission and needed to talk to someone in charge.

Luckily (for me), I was on duty and I got a huge dose of inspiration!

Bishop Stang Fresmen Class – Connecting to Giving and Service

One of our annual traditions, is meeting the entire Bishop Stang Freshmen class at the factory.

Photo archive HERE. (This year’s photos are a gift from students; Amelia Bailey and Emily Iovanna)

We could talk all day, about what is right about young people, but we prefer they talk for themselves.

Thank you to student Veronica Bernier for the following essay:

Student Leadership Intern Program

Freetown-Lakeville Middle School, 7th Grade

We recently hosted the 7th Grade from Freetown-Lakeville Middle School. We could tell you what the experience was like for us, but student journalist Lucas E. Quinn sent us this essay and the photos are by student photographer Julie Medeiros. (Photos from their visits are here.)

” Rows upon rows of shelves lined the walls. Everything on those shelves had been donated from someone like us. Colorful toys were being cleaned and fixed and given new life, so that more families in poverty would have something to look forward to. This was the view I took in when I first walked into the factory known as GiftsToGive.