Author: Steve Karrmann

Thrive Support & Advocacy opens new program focused on employment

Thrive Support & Advocacy, a nonprofit empowering youth, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities announced today the opening of a new community-based day support (CBDS) program, Triumph @ Thrive, that focuses on preparing individuals for employment opportunities. Read more on MassNon-Profit News. Read More

Standing Ovation for a champion in the fight against food insecurity

Thrive Support & Advocacy, a nonprofit empowering youth and adults with developmental disabilities, announced that a 2023 Standing Ovation Award has been presented to U.S. Representative Jim McGovern for his efforts to raise awareness about food insecurity; to ensure universal access for children to free school meals; and for his… Read More

Rose: Families need enhanced SNAP benefits

A major upheaval in our region will occur on March 2, when the amount of nutrition assistance provided through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is scheduled to fall to pre-pandemic levels of about $6 per day. This comes at a time when food prices and utility costs are surging and… Read More

WPI Students Help Create Flourish Food Pantry

When Worcester community members enter the newly established Flourish at Thrive food pantry on Grove Street, they will not only find shelves and refrigerators stocked with healthy foods, but a space designed to meet the needs of people with developmental disabilities. Click here to read more. Read More

Thrive Support & Advocacy to hold all-ages prom

A non-profit organization in Worcester, whose goal is to empower youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will host its first annual all-ages prom. Click the links below to read more about the prom event: Spectrum News 1 Framingham Source… Read More