Working For Worcester 2014

2014 By The Numbers:

 

1  New Commercial Dance Studio
2  Renovated Baseball Fields
3 Community Gardens
6  New Basketball Courts
Playgrounds
10 Different Worcester Colleges Represented
25 Community Sites
35+ Generous Project Partners

1000+ Eager Volunteers
$100,000+  Investment in Recreational Spaces

11 Years of Working for Worcester

What Working for Worcester focused on in 2016:

 

This year, Working for Worcester continued to growing its reach across the city while simultaneously creating a sustainable project process and coalition.  2016 Objectives included:

  • Finalizing the RFP (Request for Proposal) site selection process

  • Creating new social engagement events targeting the student and resident populations

  • Establishing WforW leadership teams at other colleges

  • Cultivating new corporate and organizational partnerships

  • Cultivating relationships between corporate sponsors and their sites Completing 21 project sites!

  • Emphasizing sustainability in the Worcester community

  • Mobilizing 1,100+ volunteers on project day!

After an incredible first project last April, Working for Worcester was determined continue its community movement and impact on April 12th, 2014. Many of last year's sponsors, volunteers and community leaders recommitted and increased their resources and energy to this year's project.  

What Working for Worcester focused on in 2014:

This year, Working for Worcester continued to growing its reach across the city while simultaneously creating a sustainable project process and coalition.  2014 Objectives included:

 

  • Finalizing the RFP (Request for Proposal) site selection process

  • Creating new social engagement events targeting the student and resident populations

  • Establishing WforW leadership teams at other colleges

  • Cultivating new corporate and organizational partnerships

  • Completing 20 project sites!

  • Mobilizing 1,000+ volunteers on project day!

11 Years of Working for Worcester