Despite the recent recession, which has been discouraging for so many people and organizations, Sowing Seeds remains committed and capable of helping our neighbors through their hardships so that they can achieve sustained success.
If you are a Marshfield resident in need of a helping hand, we are here to help guide you. The most difficult step in the quest for stability and achievable success is the first step. It takes a lot of courage to ask for help. Our volunteers compassionately open their hearts and minds to help you navigate some of life’s hurdles. Most everyone needs a hand at some point. Some volunteers have been helped by Sowing Seeds and surely understand the emotional risk you take when you ask for help and guidance. Frequently, people are most surprised by the trusting relationships that are formed.
All conversations are kept in complete confidence. Our volunteers admire you for your courage to step forward. When you call Sowing Seeds you will be treated with the dignity and respect you deserve.
The first step, however, must be yours. Our services are available to you only after you have made a call to us to meet with an intake volunteer. Although you can leave us a message throughout the day and night, it may take some time for an appropriate volunteer to return your call. (Remember, for emergencies: dial 911.) To meet with Sowing Seeds call: (781) 837-3337.
If you are in need of clothing, you can also introduce yourself to us at our Clothing Bank, where we distribute clothes on Thursday and Saturday mornings, from 10 am to 12 noon. We are located at 974 Plain Street, at the corner of School Street and Route 139 in the little white church (that used to be the First Baptist Church).