August 26, 2021
August's newsletter highlights our FY'20 Annual Report with a link to view and download a copy. Here you will find a comprehensive look at all we were able to accomplish during this difficult and challenging year. Also, check out the new cohort of New Bedford teachers taking part in Grow Education's 2nd annual Professional Development Day at Round the Bend Farm!
August 11, 2021
It's great to be back! We hosted our first in-person event in well over a year in Providence, RI for our BioMed Programs; Find out the benefits of Intravenous (IV) therapy as a way to deliver nutrients to the body; and answer the call to become a "Food Citizen"!
August 10, 2021
We're moving forward with the Southcoast Food Policy Council - the newest emergency food partnership on the Southcoast; June was the month for planting at New Bedford's Public elementary schools in Grow Education; and in the BioBlog: Understanding Histamine Intolerance.
July 19, 2021
The newest emergency food provider partnership on the Southcoast began in January 2021 with the Shah Foundation, Stock Pot Malden, and a committed group of community partners. In six months, we have delivered 285,952 catered breakfasts and lunches to children, 18 years and younger, in Wareham, New Bedford, and Fall River. Now, the Southcoast Food Policy Council is turning its attention to setting up the infrastructure of the Food Policy Council. As the Food Policy Council emerges, we will have several Working Groups.
July 19, 2021
June is the month for planting with New Bedford's public elementary schools! Students and teachers alike have been excited to get outside and put their hands in the dirt after a long and often virtual school year. Read more about what's grow-ing on at Grow Education!
May 26, 2021
Our May Newsletter will help you Cultivate Focus from Within! Plus, calling in the calling out culture with the New Bedford Lyceum; Ellen Tadd's Framework for Wise Education; Grow Education is back in the gardens; SFPC's new Program Manager; and much more!
April 20, 2021
Timely, evidence-based, actionable information to improve community health with a specific focus on developing balanced immune systems to fight against COVID-19. Created in partnership with New Bedford, MA Community Activist John "Buddy" Andrade and renowned biological medicine practitioner, Dr. Dick Thom, from The BioMed Center New England, in Providence, RI.
April 6, 2021
On May 4, Dr. Sylvia Zannis, DDS and Amber White, AAS from the BioMed Center of New England will join us in an hour of conversation about bioregulatory dentistry, including everything from intake and the patient experience to principles and procedures. Secure your space now.
March 24, 2021
On April 6, Dr. Jeoff Drobot, ND will be our guest as we learn more about the array of technologies available to assist in diagnosing and treating illness and how these technologies shed new light on the causative factors of illness. Secure your spot now to gain valuable knowledge that can help you solve your health mysteries.
Wareham Week – March 15, 2021 – Free meals for kids at the Gleason Family YMCA, Brandy Hill Apartments
March 17, 2021
Children under the age of 18 from the Tri-Town are eligible to receive ready-made boxed meals at the YMCA and Brandy Hill Apartments. The program, launched by the Marion Institute in collaboration with the Shah Family Foundation and the Greater Boston YMCA, offers boxed meals to-go at the two locations on Tuesdays and Fridays.
February 23, 2021
The Marion Institute's Southcoast Food Policy Council has collaborated with the Shah Family Foundation and the Greater Boston YMCA to expand a local free meal distribution program designed to combat childhood food insecurity in Wareham, the Tri-Town and surrounding communities. Click to read more.