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Sweet Sadie Scholarship Fund

The foundational program of Sweet Sadie Difference Maker is the Sweet Sadie Scholarship Fund which provides two $1,500 scholarships to North Shore Community College students. The fund primarily supports students with disabilities. This program helps those with disabilities pay for college.

The fund issued its first two scholarships in the 2020-2021 school year.

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The mission of the Pappas Rehabilitation Hospital for Children (PRHC) is to provide medical, rehabilitative, educational, recreational, habilitative, transitional, and complementary alternative medical services to children and young adults with physical disabilities and other complex medical conditions that require hospital-level care.  The hospital’s singular focus is to help patients achieve optimal independence in all aspects of life.

Initially founded in 1907 as the Massachusetts Hospital School, the Pappas Rehabilitation Hospital for Children is a Joint Commission-accredited, pediatric chronic care hospital operated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is located in Canton, Ma on a 160-acre campus.

The Alzheimer’s Care & Enrichment (ACE) Program offers respite for caregivers while their loved ones meet with qualified staff in a safe, familiar environment. For participants, ACE provides a sense of community, sustaining their connections with others, while engaging them in a host of activities, including exercise, art, music, meal preparation, and weekly visits with the JCC nursery schoolers. Caregivers can look to the JCC for expert answers and for referrals to community resources. We also invite caregivers to join monthly support groups. 

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Families are at the heart of MDA's mission. We wake up every morning to create more hope and answers for families living with muscular dystrophy and related neuromuscular diseases that take away physical strength and mobility. We fund groundbreaking research for promising treatments and provide families with the highest quality care from the best doctors in the country.

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The Angel Fund for ALS Research (Angel Fund, Inc.) is an independent non-profit charity dedicated to supporting the ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) research of Dr. Robert Brown and his team of researchers at the UMass Chan Medical School in Worcester, MA, internationally recognized for its ground-breaking work in the fight against this devastating illness.

We are proud to say that of funds expended, 92% goes to research. We are so very fortunate to have so many Angel Fund family members who care so much and help us by hosting events, participating in the events, donating, and volunteering. All for our mission – to find a treatment and cure for ALS.

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