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Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation donates to Employment Options

(l to r): Joseph Bruneau; Devin Macomber; Toni Wolf, executive director, Employment Options, Inc.; Ronald Disantis; Shannon Leary, executive events director, David Peterson; and Ellen Dorian, Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation secretary.  Photo/submitted

(l to r): Joseph Bruneau; Devin Macomber; Toni Wolf, executive director, Employment Options, Inc.; Ronald Disantis; Shannon Leary, executive events director, David Peterson; and Ellen Dorian, Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation secretary.
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Marlborough – The Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation recently awarded Employment Options, Inc. a $5,000 grant to support and expand the operations of their social enterprises.

The social enterprises, run by Employment Options” Workforce Development staff, train and employ disadvantaged, unemployed MetroWest citizens by helping them to overcome obstacles to employment.

“Our goal is to provide 25 participants, over the next year, with the education, hands-on employment training, and mentoring needed to successfully pursue careers in the maintenance, janitorial, and culinary industries, ” explained Toni Wolf, the agency's executive director.

For more information visit www.employmentoptions.org.

 

 

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