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WorldFest 2017 is right around the corner! The event will be held on Sunday, May 21 from 1-5pm at Library Field, 63 Harrison Ave. in Woburn. We are looking forward to sharing this fun-filled day with the community! 

Currently, we are seeking sponsors to help support WorldFest - SCI would like to offer local businesses the opportunity to sponsor this year's event and in return receive ads and publicity dependent on the donation level. You can become a supporter OR choose to be a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum sponsor! 

Attached is our Sponsorship Opportunity document. Please email Mollie O'Brien at mobrien@socialcapitalinc.org if interested! 

Give a Pint, Get a Pound!

From date: 
Fri, 01/07/2011 - 1:00pm

Join the Red Cross at the North Suburban YMCA for a Woburn Community Blood Drive.  All sucessful donors will receive a FREE pound of Dunkin Donuts Coffee!

Dunkin Donuts and the YMCA are proud to support National Blood Donor Month.


Financial supporters of SCI Woburn over the past year include:

The Farrell Home at the HolidaysSocial Capital Inc. would like to extend thanks to all of our sponsors who helped make this year's Holiday House Tour a most enjoyable event as well as a rousing success for SCI.  Thanks go to our sponsors Reading Co-operative Bank, Franson Family Chiropractic, Prudential Preferred Realty,  Window Film Depot, the Woburn Police Patrolmen's Union, the Woburn Police Superior Officer's Union and Gerry Kehoe Photography. 

We would also like to thank those who gave in-kind donations such as media support, services, and prizes for the raffle:  Artistic Touch by Gina, Batteries Plus, the Boston Globe Foundation, Daily times Chronicle, Design Solution Group, Elane's Doll Co., Fairways at Woburn Country Club, Fantasy Hair Designs, Gerry Kehoe Photography, Given Erwin Florists, Heimlich Nursery, Holiday Inn Select, Impress Graphics, Malvy's Florists, McCue Garden Center, O'Malley's Floral Expression, Russell Farms, Spa Elena, Starbucks Coffee Co.,  Tasher Studios, the Woburn Advocate, and The Corporate Daisy.