Our Mission

The mission of Framingham Community Connections Coalition(FCCC) is to facilitate the organization of the comprehensive family support systems in Framingham neighborhoods.

Our Financial Partners

FCCC is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families through the Massachusetts Community Connections Initiative.  Advocates serves as our fiscal partner.

United Way of Tri-County

The United Way of Tri-County is a leading human service and community-building organization with a mission to increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another. UWTC is MetroWest's largest community-based investor in education, financial stability, health and basic human needs. This Framingham-based organization is doing a number of fantastic and invaluable things for our community.

This summer, and in collaboration with Project Bread, United Way is offering free meals and age-appropriate activities to youth right here in Framingham through their Summer Food Service Lunch Program.

Additionally, the organization has developed Call2Talk, a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week mental health and emotional support call line to help individuals and families during stressful times. 

To learn more about these United Way programs along with many others, please visit their website!

Know of someone else doing great work in the community? Get them the recognition they deserve by emailing jsiflinger@framcoal.org 

or bdavis@framcoal.org

Our Community Partners

  • Advocates
  • Department of Children and Families
  • Doc Wayne Youth Services, Inc.
  • Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center
  • Foodie Cafe - Daniel's Table
  • Framingham Court and Community Mediation
  • Framingham Housing Authority
  • Framingham Police Department
  • Framingham Public Library
  • Framingham Public Schools
  • Joseph P. Keefe Regional Technical School
  •  Metrowest YMCA
  • Our House Recreational Program
  • The Boys and Girls Club of Metrowest
  • Town of Framingham
  • United Way of Tri-County
  • Voices Against Violence
  • Wayside Youth and Family Support Network, Inc.
On Tuesday, July 21st the office of Representative Tom Sannicandro held an informational event for MetroWest families with intellectual and developmental disabilities to learn more about the Real Lives Act of 2014. For more information about this event, please see the flyer above
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