The Scallop Project
The gift of fresh New Bedford scallops not only makes for a delicious meal, but also helps enrich a child’s life. When you send a gift of scallops through our Scallop Project, a portion of the purchase price is donated to Child & Family Services, Inc.
The scallops you receive come directly from Eastern Fisheries in New Bedford, where they are processed, packaged and shipped. Eastern uses its own scallops and processing plant to ensure the best quality seafood. These scallops are hand-culled for adequate size and freshness. We guarantee the freshest and most flavorful scallops available.
Candy-Filled Coffee Mug!
Help support our Scallop Project by purchasing our mug filled with a great New England treat: milk chocolate-covered cranberries made by Dorothy Cox Chocolates in Fairhaven, MA.
Prices include gift, shipping and a tax deductible contribution.
Order by Phone
New Bedford area, call (508) 742-1033
or call toll free 1-800-SCALLOP (722-5567)
Order by Email
Elizabeth Fidalgo, Development Officer | email@example.com
Hetty’s Thrift Shoppe
1061 Pleasant Street
New Bedford, MA 02740 (map)
(In the Basement of Child & Family Services. Entrance is outside in the front of the building.)
Monday – Thursday
Hetty’s Thrift Shoppe was named after Hetty Green, a brilliant investor, relentless businesswoman, and outrageous miser who grew up in New Bedford during the early 1900’s. Today we use her name for one of our flourishing community projects.
Hetty’s Thrift Shoppe accepts clothes, books, toys, household items and much more for resale to the public. The proceeds benefit Child and Family Services’ Big Brother Big Sister Program.
Visit us today to find great deals all the while supporting a great cause!
For donation and pricing information, click here »
Attired 2B Hired Project
The Attired 2B Hired Project was launched 3 years ago by the Women’s Fund in collaboration with Child & Family Services to fill a need of providing appropriate clothing and grooming services to women who were finishing training programs and interviewing to go to work.
Gently used work clothing (suits, slacks, blouses, blazers and hospital scrubs) are donated by women in our area and distributed to women who come to Hetty’s Thrift Shoppe with a referral form from their sponsoring agency.
To date, the program has served hundreds of local women attending work skills program. Donate your gently used work clothing to Hetty’s and help someone enter the workforce today!
For additional information regarding any of our Community Projects please contact:
Susan Remy, Director of Development | firstname.lastname@example.org