Our Work

Home2Homes Featured on Ashland ‘Around the Clock News’

Home2Homes Founder Rebekah Carter explains the mission and work of Home2Homes and the progress we have made during our first year of operation here in the Ashland, Framingham, Hopkinton and Medway community!

When Tragedy Strikes…

On March 4, 2018 a fire broke out at Chestnut Place in Ashland, MA. Ultimately, everyone escaped safely, but 39 apartments have now been deemed uninhabitable by the town’s building inspector. This has left dozens of families and individuals homeless while they cope with the loss of all of their possessions.

Home2Homes volunteers and donors reacted quickly, supplying fellow residents with the necessities they needed right away: blankets, sheets, pillows, clothing and personal items. While the families await the completion of repairs and rebuilding, Home2Homes will continue to monitor the needs of those impacted.

Learn how you can donate/volunteer to help the victims of fire, flooding and other crises that leave our neighbors homeless.

A Helping Hand

The South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC) mission is 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.

Since 2016, Home2Homes has donated thousands of items to SMOC shelter recipients due to the generosity of our donors and volunteers. We are proud of our donors and volunteers who have contributed to the SMOC mission , and through its work have improved the quality of life in our community.

Learn how you can donate/volunteer your time, money or items!

Watch WACA-TV Interview with Home2Homes Founder Rebekah Carter!

WACA-TV Around the Clock News interviewed Rebekah Carter to spread the word about the launch of Home2Homes in the Ashland, Framingham, Hopkinton and Medway community.