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This Memorial Day, 37,000 flags are planted to represent the men and women who fought and died for our country since the Revolutionary War in 1775. We would like to thank all of our service men and women for your sacrifice. #MemorialDay2016 #COMECC ... See MoreSee Less

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TGIF! Our #CharitySpotlight to close out the rest of #NationalVolunteerWeek is the East Quabbin Land Trust! See how volunteers make a difference for this charity. #COMECC #CharityCode700549 ... See MoreSee Less

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Every charity appreciates all the hard work volunteers give to their organizations. Here's how volunteers impact the Northampton Survival Center! #CharityCode478388 #COMECC #NationalVolunteerWeek #CharitySpotlight

"The Northampton Survival Center’s dedicated volunteer community plays an integral role in our 33 year success providing food and other resource referrals to low-income individuals and families. Our Volunteer Program is a strong and growing tradition and could not continue without the contributions and dedication of our volunteers. Each weekday, volunteers help between 25 and 50 families as they select their food, produce and personal care items."
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Here’s how volunteers help out the New England Center and Home for Veterans #CharitySpotlight #CharityCode793517 #NationalVolunteerWeek #COMECC

"Each year over 1,400 volunteers assist Veterans at NECHV by serving meals, sorting and preparing supplies for Veterans, coaching and teaching at the Veterans Training School, and participating in special work details, projects and corporate work outings.

Volunteers with specific skills to share can become involved directly with Veterans through the Veterans Training School. Mentoring, resume review, job skills coaching and course instruction are some examples of volunteer participation in the Center’s supportive services. Many find this to be a very rewarding experience that is mutually beneficial."
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Volunteers are an important part of a charities success. Here's how volunteers impact the Greater Boston Food Bank! #CharityCode354788 #CharitySpotlight #NationalVolunteerWeek

"Volunteers play a critical role in ending hunger by giving their time and talent to support The Greater Boston Food Bank. Last year, about 26,000 volunteers worked a total of 65,000 hours, a contribution worth more than $1,000,000.”
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2017 COMECC APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW. Please visit our website. (Deadline FRIDAY March 4, 2016) https://t.co/AkQUClsquB 

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APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2017 CAMPAIGN ARE NOW AVAILABLE CHARITY APPLICATIONS


The COMECC 2016 campaign is CLOSED
-THANK YOU for your continued support-

Executive Order 451, signed on June 6, 2003, now governs the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Charitable Campaign (COMECC). The link to EO 451 is:

http://www.mass.gov/courts/docs/lawlib/eo400-499/eo451.txt

Please note the following:

1. Contributions to COMECC 2016 can be made by payroll deduction or check (payable to COMECC) by using your pledge card. You can pledge by payroll deduction or credit card online at www.COMECC.net; no cash will be accepted. The regional local campaign managers will deliver the materials and pick up the returns.

2. Campaign activity is limited to distribution and collection of pledge forms and inputting of payroll deduction by the payroll person.

3.  If questions arise during the campaign contact the Statewide COMECC Contact:

Emily Gilmore

Action for Boston Community Development

617-348-6228

emily.gilmore@bostonabcd.org
178 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02111