How HUGS Foxboro Has Helped Our Community:

  • May 2018:  Provided financial assistance to family fleeing domestic violence situation.  
  • Dec 2017:  Made a donation to New Hope, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit serving domestic and sexual violence survivors.  Donation was specifically designated to be used for client needs 
  • Dec 2017:  Received late-night call from Foxboro Police Department about mother and her three children being abandoned in Foxboro without any money or cell phone.  Immediately delivered $250 in Target gift cards to police station.
  • Nov 2017: Assisted domestic violence group member who was being threatened with obtaining a 209A Protective Order.  She was also in need of a car seat, clothing, diapers, and other items for two children.  Provided a $250 Target gift card.
  • Oct 2017:  Sponsored The Bus Stop, a cyberbullying play, performed by Deana's Educational Theater Company at The Foxborough Regional Charter School.
  • Sep 2017:  Donated $1,000 to a local Foxboro resident who was tragically affected by domestic violence.
  • May 2017:  Provided a $1,000 scholarship to Foxboro High School graduating senior Olivia Johnnene.

 The Bus Stop, an anti-bullying play, performed by Deana's Educational Theater Company at The Foxborough Regional Charter School.  

 Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor, Karyn Polito, speaking to some of the youngest participants in  the 2015 HUGS Walk.

HUGS Current and Former Board Members with Pat Patriot