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New Vision Pioneers - William J. Denver Chapter
Hope Street Sober Living is a men’s sober living home. It is a highly structured residence that is well established in the recovery community, with a staff that is greatly respected in the area. To learn more go to
Pictured are some of the office staff.
"It is the mission of Capron Park Zoo to excite an interest in the natural world through education, conservation and recreation”
The children used their zoo experience to build their own dioramas.
Thank You Pioneers for this fun and educational experience.
The school age children from Robbins Children's Programs recently received summer reading books from the Denver Chapter Pioneers. The books are part of a generous donation from Light Beams Publishing. Ocean Secrets, a Fairy House Mystery is a fun book and will help to maintain reading skills over the summer.
Answering the call of those in need!! Welcome to the WJ Denver Chapter webpage and thank you for your visiting our page and your continued support to Pioneers.
We are facing challenging times to fund projects but we are looking for new and different ways to fundraise to support our community for which this chapter covers 250 cities and towns from West of Rte 128, central and western MA and all of RI. We welcome the challenge and are ambitiously moving forward with renewed enthusiasm and excitement to provide support to our communities by volunteering and
Operating as usual
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WJ Denver chapter partnered with Soles4souls and Verizon at chestnut st in Worcester
The collection ran for two weeks and proud to say we collected 45 pairs of shoes which have been packed up and donated to this very worthy organization
The William Denver Chapter recently donated 2 laptops, a projector, 10 kindle fires, 28 Napier fleece blankets and 10 rolling duffle bags to The Elizabeth Freeman Center in Pittsfield MA. We look forward to partnering with them on projects in the future!
Happy thanksgiving day to all
WJ Denver chapter donated 12 turkeys along with the fixings to the friendly house in Worcester for a total of 340 pounds of food
Congratulations to all of the women from the Pioneer Valley Club who sew 1,000 hug a bears monthly
Special thanks to Kathy who started this group 25 years ago
WJ Denver Pioneers distributed 1,325 school items in support of underprivileged students in need in the Central Massachusetts area
In honor of our 110th anniversary-110 items including health kits/school kits, towels,blankets,soap and snacks in route to help aid the Kentucky victims-a local area collection is on the way to help
The Chapter purchased 222(111x2) winter health kits for all of our groups to hand out to those in need this season. The delivery pictured below was by the Capital Region group of 4 Cases to GBICS (Greater Bennington Interfaith Community Services).
Thank you received for support to Jeremiah’s Inn
A tradition that continues 110 food items donated today to assist with food insecurity to our community
In celebration of our 110th anniversary-our chapter donated 110 basic needs for Veterans in need
Our donation was socks and hats totaling 110 and donated today to Veterans in Central Massachusetts
Holiday Fundraiser. Last day to order is Dec 3.
New Vision Pioneers - Online Fundraising A portion of every product sold on this fundraising website benefits New Vision Pioneers!
3 Teacher Aid boxes going to Special Ed dept. at Hampshire Regional High School, Westhampton MA
Feed My Sheep bagged dinner, Pittsfield MA. Can not wait to be able to have sit down hot meals again!
In honor of our 110th Pioneer anniversary our chapter has donated 110 school supplies to the shrewsbury elementary school today-delivery complete!
Celebrating our 110th Anniversary as a volunteer organization by distributing 110 pairs of socks to Domestic violence shelter today
In honor of the Pioneers 110th anniversary our chapter will be donating items on groups of 110 to celebrate -this donation of 110 school supplies was purchased and donated today to the Westboro, MA elementary school
Thank you letter from Laurie Pimentel Executive Director of the Swansea Council of aging
The picture shows Gail Sneziek, Carol Baker and two members at the center
Our chapter delivered 110 health kits at the new senior center.
The card at the bottom of y to his page was designed by the senior center and will be placed into each backpack so th red recipients of the backpacks will see that the donation came from New Vision Pioneers
Special thanks to Carol Baker for her volunteerism and organizing this project
Happy National Telephone Day!
Set up for the spaghetti n meatball Togo dinner at First Baptist in Pittsfield. Over 20 individuals and all of the current guests at the Family shelter. Hopefully we can return to dining in service by our next meal service.
Our chapter donated and delivered coffee, creamer and sweet treats to Jeremiah’s Inn today - this will provide 3,000 cups of coffee and 300 cookies to residents of the shelter.
Announcing BJ's Membership Fundraiser for New Vision Pioneers
You may OPEN a NEW Inner Circle membership at the discounted rate of $25/12 months ($30 savings off the In-Club rate of $55/12 months) or may OPEN a NEW Rewards membership at the discounted rate of $50/12 months ($60 savings off the In-Club rate of $110/12 months). This applies to NEW members only…previous or existing members are not eligible.
Any Pioneer may EXTEND their existing memberships at the following rates:
- Inner Circle Membership: $40/13 months
· Save $15 on $55 annual membership fee, plus get one additional month free (13 months total).
· Free second household membership card.
- Rewards Membership: $80/13 months
· Save $30 on $110 annual membership fee, plus get one additional month free (13 months total).
· Free second household membership card. With payment, 13 months will be ADDED onto current expiration date of existing members.
In honor of our Veterans our chapter has made a donation to Vets in need - 166 socks, 10 hats, 10 sets of gloves and 13 sweatshirts for a total of 199 basic needs
Thank you Veterans for all you do for our country
Special thanks to Joan Lincoln Carney and her team of hug-a-bear makers who have been working hard at home making 🐻 bears to support patients at hospitals
Cooley Dickinson Hospital delivered 100 bears and Bay State Hospital with 50 delivered a total of 150.
This year the WJ Denver chapter has supported children during the COVID-19 pandemic by using our TCP grant to provide Kitz for Kids school supplies - in all over 230 kits have been delivered to schools in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island - special thanks to Chris Casino for making the deliveries to support our group. Photos of the deliveries and children already using them!
Pioneers reaching out to those in need-filling the shelves at the shelters- COVID-19 style /touchless
Berkshire Club Making Brown bag grab and go meal for First Baptist Church dinner. 40 served, down from usual numbers but definitely a need out there!
A reminder of happier times a few months ago. Pictures & Thank you Note from Rose Garden Nursing Home. The Capital Region Pioneers filled stockings and spread cheer. 😊
Great job ladies! So proud ❤️
Good stuff - Daily Hampshire Gazette WILLIAMSBURG — While some seniors find joy in book clubs and cribbage games, one group makes the most of their free time by giving back to the youth of the Pioneer Valley.
Capital Region Pioneers making learning fun with their Tools For Schools donations 👍🏻😊
A very wet Wreaths Across America this year! Thank you to all who came out to help.
Please remember the Pioneers on Tuesday and thank you for all of your support
is tomorrow! Please remember to donate to Pioneers so we can continue the good work we do in our communities. Tell your friends!
New Vision -Denver chapter donated turkeys along with employee food contributions providing over twenty families a thanksgiving dinner this year-in all 1,400 lbs of food was donated to the Friendly House in Worcester special thanks to Donna Cassella, Alice Schreiner, Pamela Puchala, Charlie Clancy and Jay Stranieri volunteering to help make this happen. Happy thanksgiving to all.
Thanksgiving food drive begins
email thank you received from three teachers at Elm Park community school in Worcester “thank you so much for your generous donation of school supplies. The students love using the markers, glue sticks, playdough, scissors and crayons. The teachers loved the supplies but most especially the Sharpies snd gummy bears! A true need had been met- thank you from the bottom of our hearts” ♥️ Tracy Bombard, Sara Britt and Margaret Donovan -special thanks from the Pioneers to Jay Stranieri for his countless hours of volunteering at this school.
Packages made for VETs in Providence-RI -New Vision Pioneers volunteering to make it happen -over 200 packages made and delivered-huge thank you to all
Pioneers in action!!!!
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