Our Partners


SPARK Kindness

Community programming on conversations about race and bias. Logistical support for NIU.

Natick Coalition for Change

Community programing on conversations about race.

Equity And Expectations

Trainings and consultations on diversity, equity, & inclusion

Natick Police Department

Community policing, bias hotline, partnership with the Natick Freedom Team.

Roots & Wings Yoga and Healing Arts

Classes, workshops & private sessions to support mind/body health. Also provides free group space to community grassroots programs and nonprofits focusing on social justice issues.

Walnut Hill School for the Arts

Walnut Hill School for the Arts is an independent boarding and day high school offering a transformational educational experience purposefully designed for student artists in grades 9–12. We offer unparalleled training in dance; music; theater; visual art; and writing, film & media arts, complemented by a robust and innovative academic curriculum. Every aspect of our program promotes our students' growth as bold artists, curious learners, and mindful citizens.

First Congregational Church of Natick 

At First Church, we want to be Natick's "Front Porch" - a place for celebrations and community engagement, a catalyst for action, and a witness to God's extravagant welcome in the heart of MetroWest. First Church is part of the United Church of Christ. We are an Immigrant Welcoming and an Open and Affirming Congregation.

The eliot church of natick

At the historic Eliot Church, with roots in Congregational and Unitarian Universalist traditions, we are guided by Christian and other religious and secular teachings. Our congregation inspires a sense of spiritual and philosophical purpose, as we strive to make our community a better place. We are an Open and Affirming Congregation.

Dreamweavers: Starr Potts, LICSW

An integrative somatic and psychospiritual therapy practice offering personal and community growth sessions and workshops to weave and live our best dreams.

The Tobin Family of Schools

The Tobin Family of Schools' Natick Campus is committed to providing an excellent early learning environment for early childhood, Kindergarten, afterschool and summer programs in Natick. We work hard to offer a welcoming environment for All Families and offer a strong social emotional learning component, along with a commitment to community service.

 islamic center of Boston, wayland

The Islamic Center of Boston (ICB) was established in 1979 as a nonprofit, nonsectarian religious, educational and cultural organization. Services provided by the ICB include congregational prayers, a Sunday school, educational lectures and interfaith activities. The center services the Muslim community west and north of Boston and membership includes many ethnic groups of Muslims from all over the world.

Natick earth day

Natick Earth Day is a celebration of sustainable living. We invite the community to learn, share, and connect with neighbors to take action for our environment and our future.

The golden tones Chorus

The mission of Golden Tones chorus is to practice and provide enriching entertainment for senior citizen facilities, schools, faith communities and public events. Members are men and women of retirement age who sing and dance to lift spirits, have fun, and promote health and social engagement to benefit our audiences and ourselves.

Natick Families of Color

Affinity group for Natick families of color. Current advocacy focus is on systemic racism issues in schools.

Natick Public Schools

Student trainings and student programming.

Natick Freedom Team

Rapid response team for incidents of bias in the community.

The Littlest Spa

Day Spa in Natick Center offering organic skincare, prenatal massage, reflexology and gentle yoga

Rainbow Peace Flag Project

A grassroots project distributes free rainbow peace flags for hanging in public (businesses, homes, community buildings, etc). Supported through crowdfunding.

Natick Center Cultural District

Home to more than 100 working artists, The Center For Arts in Natick, the Morse Institute Library, The Walnut Hill School for the Arts, many independently owned businesses and cultural organizations, and an active Parks and Recreation Department, visitors to Natick Center can expect an intimate, friendly experience and the rich heritage of a classic New England town, while celebrating a vibrant, contemporary fusion of art, culture and business.

D'Arcy Wellness Center

We offer a friendly clinic for patients and practitioners, a synergy of integrative therapies. Our practitioners provide quality compassionate care and share a deep belief in natural wellness and natural healing. All of us at the DWC are dedicated to helping you achieve optimal health and wellbeing.

Boston Knapsack Anti-Racism Group

Knapsack is a multiracial group committed to challenging the system of racism in the United States and the world. We engage in dialogue, build community, and support the efforts of racial justice leaders and organizations. We are dedicated to the struggle for shared liberation. We meet the first Saturday afternoon of each month at Common Street Spiritual Center in Natick, and regularly in the Natick area for history activities, book and movie discussions.

World of wellesley

In partnership with local institutions and organizations, we organize events, projects, and programs that emphasize the value in exploring our many cultures, religions, and ways of life.

family promise metrowest

A community response to families who are homeless. We provide overnight shelter to families through a network of 19 host congregations opening their doors, while volunteers provide food and support. At our Day Center in Natick professional case managers support families in reaching individualized goals for sustainability. Our staff is supported by over 3500 trained volunteers from congregations, schools, businesses, civic organizations and the community at large.

oUT MetroWest

OUT MetroWest builds communities where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth thrive. Each month, we run more than a dozen after-school and evening meetings for LGBTQ+ and allied youth. These educational, social, and supportive meetings are offered free of charge to all participants. We also offer workshops about gender and sexual orientation, as well as community events that celebrate the growing number of LGBTQ+ families that call MetroWest Boston home.