Dorchester Reporter!

The indiegogo fundraising campaign has wrapped up and the response was fantastic.  Thank you so much to all those who donated, and those who spread the word.  You’ve made a huge difference to the Mattapan Mobile Farm Stand!  We’d also like to share a great write up in the Dorchester Reporter yesterday, by Tayla Holman.

We brought the canopy panels that Bud Saggal laser-cut for us to Aaron Legg at TriMount Ironworks on Wednesday, and they look fantastic.  We can’t wait to see them installed!

We also want to give a special thanks to our Board advisor Antonia Better-Wirz from ABW Educational Consultants, who held a ‘carnival’ fundraising event with her family in Stamford Connecticut.  Her three sons -ages 12, 10 and 8 – raised $110.00 towards The Mattapan Mobile Farm Stand.  What a cute, amazing gesture! Thank you to their friends, family and neighbors who joined us in our fundraising campaign! We would also like to take this opportunity to thank those individuals who are supporting our project even after the online campaign has ended.  You are helping us reach our campaign goal: Cybele Clark Mendes, Steven Poon and John Marinelli Architects.

Bud Saggal’s laser cutter at Precision Laser in Pawtucket, RI.

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