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Happy New Year!

Wishing you a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2022.

With much gratitude, we thank you for your business, friendship, and loyalty,

~ Everyone at Mirick O'Connell


Thank You!

These past couple of years have been challenging for so many of us,

and the need for assistance throughout our community is greater than ever.

In appreciation of our clients, we recently supported



and have made holiday donations to the following organizations:


The mission of African Community Education is to assist African refugee and immigrant youth and families in achieving educational and social stability through access to academic support, leadership development, cultural expression, and community outreach. Its vision is a community where African refugees and immigrant youth and families are empowered, self-sufficient, and secure.

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When you give to the American Red Cross, you help our community's most vulnerable and most needy. An average of 90 cents of every dollar the Red Cross spends is invested in delivering care and comfort to those in need. Donations are used to provide food, shelter, emotional support, and other assistance.

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Andrew Reese was a 16-year-old Shrewsbury student that passed away in 2010 as a result of a tragic car accident. In honor of their son, Darrell and Lisa Reese created Andy’s Attic to provide clothing to young teens in Worcester County. In 2013, Andy's Attic was relocated and adopted by South High Community School under the direction of Christine Foley and Maureen Binienda.

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Services for New Americans:

Help Welcome Afghans Program

Ascentria Care Alliance is resettling Afghan families throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire and ensuring that they have the resources they need to access legal aid, housing, and living essentials following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan.

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Military and Veteran Programs

Ensuring that returning service members successfully reintegrate into our community. Whether they’ve been home for one month or 20 years, proper reintegration into a strong community is key to preventing many negative circumstances in the future. 

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Founded in a Worcester housing project in 1972, today Kennedy Community Health has three medical facilities, two dental sites, two optometry sites, and six school-based centers serving residents of Worcester, Framingham, Milford, and the surrounding communities of MetroWest and Central Massachusetts.

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LIFT is a nonprofit organization committed to ending the sex trade. Its mission is to end systems of prostitution through the implementation of the Equality Model. Led by and for survivors, LIFT is building a world where survivors are valued, equal members of the community. Their voice and choices are honored implicitly.

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MassEdCO is a statewide nonprofit agency providing education and career advising to some 12,000 predominantly low-income, first generation youth and adults each year. MassEdCO provides access to educational and career opportunities that empower people from diverse backgrounds to achieve their potential.

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Safe Homes offers support to LGBTQIA+ youth throughout Central Massachusetts to decrease isolation and foster general health and well-being. Its mission is to provide safe and supportive services for LGBTQIA+ youth so that they feel nurtured and validated in all aspects of their identity.

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Worcester Community Action Council is one of 1,000 community action agencies across the U.S. and 23 in Massachusetts created to address disparities throughout the nation. WCAC is the federally designated anti-poverty agency for Central and South-Central Massachusetts. Its mission is "helping people move to economic self-sufficiency through programs, partnerships, and advocacy." 

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Worcester County Food Bank is one of three Feeding America member food banks in Massachusetts. WCFB is dedicated to engaging, educating, and leading Worcester County in creating a hunger-free community by partnering with others to provide donated food to neighbors who need it and by advocating for policies and programs that decrease hunger and increase access to healthy food.

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Why Me is a Worcester-based non-profit that helps Central New England families cope with childhood cancer. It was started in 1985 by 13-year-old Sherry Shepherd during her four year battle with cancer. In the last months of her life, Sherry became determined to do something that would have a lasting value in the community to help children with cancer. With the help of her dad, she founded the non-profit organization WHY ME, which stands for Worcester Help for Youth, Memories Everlasting. Why Me supports families from the moment they hear the words “your child has cancer” and continues throughout every step of their journey.

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This holiday season, our attorneys and professionals were able to provide 60 children and teens with gift cards to Target as part of our Adopt-A-Child Holiday Gift Drive in support of Y.O.U., Inc. A special thank you to those who participated.

YOU, Inc. is a leading behavioral health and education agency serving at-risk children, adolescents and families across Worcester County since 1972. Its mission is to provide youth and families with opportunities to fulfill their potential, and build a brighter future, which includes a commitment to comprehensive education and employment services.

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For more than 125 years, the YWCA Central Massachusetts has served as a life-long positive force for women and girls, their families and communities. By leveraging the reach, power and passion of its members and supporters, YWCA has created lasting change. Its mission is to eliminate racism and empower women. YWCA provides safe places for women and girls, builds strong women leaders, and advocates for both women’s and civil rights.

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