beWell Organic Medicine, Inc. is committed to making a positive impact on our local communities. This is why we created our beCharitable program. Every month a local organization will be selected to be our partner for this initiative. Spare change and cash will be collected in green collection boxes at each register in our beWell Merrimac Medical Dispensary. At the end of the month, the money will be matched by beWell* and donated to that month's organization. Please help us raise money for a great cause the next time you visit! Read more information about this month's organization below.
This Month's Organization:
Merrimac Commission on Disabilities
The Merrimac commission on disabilities (MCOD) mission is to represent the interests of persons with disabilities and promote equal access to community life and activities. The MCOD works to increase awareness, provide education, and advocate for the needs of all disabled residents of Merrimac. They are currently raising money to help construct a handicap ramp for the Merrimac Town Hall. We are proud to announce that all donations will be matched and donated to this amazing cause. So please come into beWell Merrimac and donate your spare change in our green donation boxes located at every register!
*beWell Organic Medicine, Inc. will match up to $1000. There is no limit on the amount of money that can be collected for the partnered organization from the collection boxes, all money collected in the boxes will be donated to the corresponding organization. In certain cases the organization may be listed for more than one month.
Last Month's Organization
Friends of the Merrimac Council on Aging - The Merrimac Senior Center
The mission of the Merrimac Council on Aging is, "To provide services designed to improve the quality of life of elders by assisting them to remain as physically mobile, mentally alert and socially active as possible. The Council on Aging advocates for older adults, manages the resources needed to develop services, provides education for seniors and their families regarding choices in their care and community services available to them."