This year, we’ll again be working with some great organizations and communities:
Strangers Helping Strangers: Strangers Helping Strangers is a non-profit organization incorporated in Massachusetts that conducts food drives at concerts and music festivals and delivers the donations to local food banks nearest the venue.
Please remember to bring a non-perishable food, toiletry, feminine or personal hygiene or baby product donation to help those in need in the community.
-Together We Make a Difference
-Feeding the Hungry One Concert at a Time – Since 1997
Camp Kee-Wanee: Camp Kee-wanee is an inclusive summer day camp with an emphasis on the arts and the fostering of self-esteem. Our mission is to provide children of all abilities a fun, safe summer experience. It is our festival home, and we help out with projects to improve the site every year. You can help, too! We’ll post opportunities on this space as they become available.
Town of Greenfield: Greenfield is the center of life in the northern Pioneer Valley. Located at the intersection of Interstate 91 and the famous Mohawk Trail, Greenfield is a hub of commerce and culture. Wormtown always gives back to our host communities, with grants, donations, and more!
Camp Quinebaug: Camp Quinebaug is located on Wauregan Reservoir in Killingly, Connecticut. Special needs children and young adults between the ages of 4 and 21 years find a wide range of activities and interests during each two (2) week session. For Camp Alumni over the age of 21 there is now a one (1) week vacation experience. Families and adults also use the facilities on evenings and weekends. In addition to volunteer support by Wormtown and the amazing worms, during the camp’s annual Woodstock Fair, all profits from sales at Wormtown Trading go to Camp Quinebaug.
Check back for more information, and to find out how you can help.