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Non-Profit Spotlight:
Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

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13th Annual Wayland Warriors Football Golf Tournament, July 19

Friday, July 19, at 10am at Sandy Burr Country Club located on Route 27, Wayland. All proceeds from the golf tournament will go to offset the program’s costs, such as food, equipment, apparel, clinics, and – most importantly – safety equipment.

Golfers ($125 per golfer $500 for a foursome) – includes a round of golf, golf cart, and BBQ dinner
Hole Sponsor (donation $250) – a sign will be placed at a tee with your company or family name on it
General Donation – any monetary donation is always welcomed
Donate a prize for the raffle

Ways to Support the Wayland Warriors Football Program: If you have an item to donate to the raffle or any questions about the tournament, please contact Coach Scott Parseghian at (617) 620-9580 or We appreciate your consideration in supporting the team and hope to hear you in the stands under the Friday night lights cheering on the Wayland Warriors.

Wayland nurse walks to honor former patient

Wayland Town Crier 6/19/19: Wayland nurse walks to honor former patient. Dana-Farber oncology nurse Sandra Ruland of Wayland is walking in the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk to honor her former patient, Oliver Baublis, a 24-year-old mechanical engineering student at Northeastern who passed away last year from glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. [Note: Sandra’s Fundraising Page is online here]

Wayland residents return to Peru with Hatun Runa

For over a decade Hatun Runa has been working in remote villages in the Northeastern Andes of Peru. These forgotten villages are thousands of miles from the crowds and tourists in Cuzco and Machu Picchu. With limited or no health care, clean water, sanitation, electricity or educational materials, everyday life is a struggle. We focus our efforts on providing medical and educational resources and necessities to these communities by providing solar power for their health posts and schools, as well as critical medical equipment, educational supplies and training.


This summer our intrepid crew of volunteers from Massachusetts, Colorado, and Germany will join our amazing team in Peru. We will be revisiting the village of Chilchos – accessible only by a 26-mile hike on a narrow trail, crossing over high altitude and slogging through knee-high mud. We will be delivering school supplies and monitoring the construction of a new school which we started funding last summer. We will also perform maintenance on the solar system that was previously installed at the health post.

All of our volunteers pay for all of their travel expenses. 100% of your donation goes to our projects.

Please consider a donation here – every dollar makes a big difference!

Where the road ends, Hatun Runa’s work begins. Visit our website at



Cradles to Crayons Collect & Sort

Gather your new or gently used kids’ clothes, shoes, small toys, books and clean diapers for our Wayland Cradles to Crayons Collect and
Sort Event taking place at Loker School on Saturday June 1 from 9-11am.

Here’s how you can get involved:

  • Beginning May 13, drop off items at Loker School (storage bin outside the school), Claypit Hill School, The Children’s Way, and the library. You can also bring your donations to the event on June 1.
  • Volunteer to sort donations at the event. Please email Meghan at to sign up for a volunteer shift. We need all hands on deck to make this event a success so please register!

This is a family event so bring your kids to give them the hands-on experience of doing something to help others. All donations go directly to children age 0-12 living in low income, homeless or emergency situations in MA. Check here for more information about what Cradles to Crayons accepts.  Questions? Email Allison Kates at

Celebrate Mothers! Shop at The Wayland Depot!

Find a very special gift while supporting local artists and charitable organizations. The Wayland Depot – Once Cochituate Road, Wayland, MA 01778. Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable seeks donations for Shower for Shelters

Help families transitioning from a shelter establish a new home by donating gifts of new household items.  Your generous donations help the Shelters and Transitional Housing programs.  Make a donation in honor of someone special for Mother’s Day.

Saturday, April 27 through Monday, May 13, please deliver new unwrapped gifts to the public library in Wayland (5 Concord Rd), Sudbury (21 Concord Rd), or Lincoln (3 Bedford Rd) or at their Wine and Beer Tasting, April 26 at 7pm at Sudbury Wine and Spirits, Rugged Bear Plaza, Sudbury.

All gifts are donated to clients of REACH Beyond Domestic Violence, Voices Against Violence and The Second Step.

Suggested Wish List (new items only):

  • twin size sheets and pillowcases
  • twin size summer blankets
  • twin size comforters
  • bed pillows
  • crib sheets
  • bath towels and face clothes
  • laundry detergent – without scent or other allergens
  • cleaning products – anything without scent – dishwashing detergent
  • laundry baskets, clothes hangers, shower caddy, small storage bins for kitchen, bedroom or both
  • flatware – spoons, forks, knives, knife set
  • water glasses and coffee mugs
  • pots and pans, cooking spoons, spatulas, pot holders
  • sandwich bags, aluminum foil
  • small appliances (mixers, toasters, blenders), clock radios
  • tampons, sanitary napkins, panty liners
  • children’s socks and underwear
  • diapers (all sizes, including newborn)
  • deodorant-full size, tooth brush, tooth paste- full size
  • $5/$10 MBTA Charlie cards
  • gift cards such as: CVS, Market Basket, Stop & Shop, Hannaford’s, Shaw’s, Roche Bros, Target, Visa/Mastercard, postage stamps

Wayland Wizards Destination Imagination Team seeks donations to go to global finals

The Wayland Wizards would greatly appreciate your support for this group of children embracing STEM concepts within a creative, team based program as they compete representing Massachusetts in the global Destination Imagination finals.

The Destination Imagination program encourages teams of learners to have fun, take risks, focus and frame challenges while incorporating STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), the arts and service learning. All of the programs are project based, teaching the creative process from imagination to Innovation.

The members of Wayland’s Middle School Team, the Wayland Wizards, chose to solve the Scientific Challenge “Medical Mystery” which required them to
create a story about their character and their solution and design and build all the props needed to present an eight minute solution to tell the story they created.

Starting in October, the team has worked together every week right up until the regional competition. On March 16th, at the regional competition, they achieved 1st place competing against 16 local towns. On March 30th, at the State Competition (competing against 15 regions), their performance earned them again 1st place and a spots at the Global Final’s competition which will be held in Kansas City MO, from May 22 – 26.

While this team has worked extremely hard and is eager to present their efforts at the Global Finals, they can’t do that without your financial support. They are looking to raise money to help defer the cost of this trip. The cost is $1,600 per child for registration and travel, for a total cost of $8,000 to get the team to the championship.

Any support you are able to provide would be greatly appreciated and go a long way to support the ongoing pursuit of STEM-based, creative educational excellence among Massachusetts kids.

Online donations can be made via their GoFundMe page,

Tax-deductible donations can be made to :
Destination Imagination, Inc.
1111 South Union Avenue
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Include team number (#)-119-15445

or contact Team Manager: Scott Harris 508.479.4782