New ways of running programs in a world of social distancing!

Posted On: Tuesday, July 7, 2020

With the COVID-19 outbreak back in February, we have all had to make huge changes in how we are continuing to conduct our business, school, home and social engagements.

Most of us are creatures of habit, and do not like change. Yet COVID-19 and the universe had a different plan for all of us.

As the world came to a halt, SMILE Mass was scrambling to continue to service the families that so desperately needed our support.

Just like that, we are now running 14 different online zoom classes to support continued remote learning through play and music to our younger generation of all abilities. Our adapted equipment loaner program was quickly updated with new procedures and promptly opened in an effort to continue to service the many families now at home, desperately in need of adapted recreational equipment. At our summer home on Cape Cod, we have implemented new procedures and expectations by both SMILE Mass and our guests to make sure we can keep the house safe for all our families whom will be visiting this season.

Despite all the changes. SMILE Mass simply can’t t keep up with the demand and we are asking for your help NOW. We need volunteers to help deliver beach wheelchairs, people to join the 4x4x4x4 or simply make a monetary donation. No donation is too small. Every donation we get in today will support our continued effort in creating a better tomorrow.

To see a quick overview of the present and the near future click here.

Your continued support, cheering and encouragement is what gives us the hope, strength and courage to move forward even when the world seems troubled.

From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!

Make it a great day,
Lotte & The SMILE Mass Team

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