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As temperatures drop and days shorten shelter staff begin to prepare for the influx. When temperatures hit 32 degrees and below all shelters and other area buildings (churches, various centers, etc) ... See more

Good morning! Wonderful donations ready to go, if you or someone you know can help either tomorrow morning or Monday (all are in Framingham), please PM, thank you!

Good morning! Wonderful donations ready to go, if you or someone you know can help either tomorrow morning or Monday (all are in Framingham), please PM, thank you!

Thank you Meagan for coming to the rescue! Great-as-new highchair, toys, clothes, kitchen & household needs, clothes, baby bath tubs, bottles and more came in this morning...Wow! A Framingham ... See more

Do you trust your babies to their own devices?? Two shelters are in need of baby monitors. Thank you & Spread the word!
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Great start to (almost!) October! Thank you Missy, Peggy, Barbara, David, Debbie, Jo-Ann, Laura, Tina, and Danielle for donating, volunteering, and delivering to so many happy people over these last ... See more

A young girl at a Framingham shelter is in need of the following : pants (7/6 juniors ) , shirts ( XL juniors ). She does needs boots and regular shoes size 8 in women. Thank you!

7 boxes of clothes (some with shoes), 2 sets of new dishes, diapers, wipes, 2 changing table pads..all in a day's work! Thank you Missy for packing your sleigh! While we were there, several residents ... See more

5 donations from donors old and new for recipients old and new....Bring it on Autumn!

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Wonderful time at Ashland Day! Thank you family, friends, volunteers for all you do and a special 'Thank You' to all those who stopped by to learn about H2H. Great success despite the heat!

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Local giving to those in need

Home2Homes is dedicated to serving families and individuals who are experiencing challenging times, including homelessness and other economic crises. Through your giving and donations, we supply GREAT condition clothing, household items and small furniture. We sort all items we receive by gender, size, season and appropriateness for the needs of those we serve in local shelters or agencies. By doing all of the sorting, we enable the shelter staffs to focus their time helping families and individuals in need.

who do we serve?

We are partnered with SMOC (www.smoc.org) to help their many shelters in the Framingham, Ashland, Hopkinton and Medway vicinity. We also serve the Ashland Youth & Family Services, Ashland Senior Center, Criterion-Middlesex Early Intervention, and Ashland Public Schools.

If your shelter or crisis assistance organization is in the Boston MetroWest area, and you would like to learn more about Home2Homes, please contact us today!

how can you help?

You can DONATE. Great condition clothing (all sizes, gender and ages) and baby/toddler needs; household items (towels, sheets, kitchen items, small appliances); good condition cribs and changing tables. You can also donate financially via our FUNDLY page.

You can VOLUNTEER. Help sort clothing; assist in making deliveries to shelters or transition homes; help pick up items for donation

our stories inspire us!

Watch The WACA-TV Interview!

A Helping Hand...

Sudden loss of employment, and other economic crises can devastate the ability to make ends meet. We provide necessities during challenging times.

Tragedy Strikes...

When a multi-alarm fire caused dozens of families to lose their homes, Home2Homes was there to supply the necessities they needed right away.