Gift Card Drive
Gabrielle Henken, a Sudbury resident committed to supporting her neighbors during the pandemic, is spearheading her second restaurant gift card drive through Friday, February 19th. The drive supports local restaurants, while providing delicious meals and selfcare moments to Sudbury residents. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, you can show some love to your neighbors by clicking here to learn more and donate. HOPEsudbury is helping to support Gabrielle’s efforts*, but please note that they are not running the drive, and therefore donations are not tax deductible.
If you are in need of a restaurant gift card, please email [email protected] and include the following information:
- Household size
- 3-4 types of food/Sudbury restaurants that bring you the most joy
HOPEsudbury’s HOPE Fund is also available to help Sudbury residents with emergency financial needs by directly paying bills such as: Fuel/Utilities, Medical Care/Medicine, Rent/Mortgage/Insurance, Household/Car Repairs and other needs. During the COVID-19 pandemic, funds are available to any Sudbury individual or family, regardless of how long they have resided in town. Names of individuals who request support are kept confidential.
How Do I Request Support?
The HOPE Fund is administered in confidence by Bethany Hadvab, Sudbury Town Social Worker. To seek assistance, residents should complete the HOPE Fund Application and email it to [email protected]. You may also call 978-440-5476 and leave a message. Your call will be returned as soon as possible.
Learn More and Donate
Visit the HOPEsudbury website to learn more or make a donation.
*HOPEsudbury is assisting with advertising. Once gift cards are collected, HOPEsudbury will hold all of the cards, and will distribute them directly to residents who are referred though the town social work office.