The first two delivery’s to food pantries have been made. A total of 36 non-parishable food items and a case of diapers have been dropped off at the Friendly Food Pantry of Randolph and St. Mary’s Food Pantry on Cushing Ave in Dorchester. Both locations were very appreciative and want
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Another successful week at CPR Boston. Between the ACLS and CPR courses this week we have another 10 items totaling 34 items for the food pantries. All items will be going to two pantries on Monday and Tuesday. The St. Mary’s Food Pantry in Dorchester and The Friendly Food Pantry
Not entirely, we only allow walk-ins for First Aid and ACLS classes. We can no longer allow walk-ins for CPR courses due to the large value of those that do pre-register. When you pre-register we know whom to expect and we have a count of those attending the course. This
CPR Boston is once again “Paying it Forward” with the help of others to give to surrounding communities.
It has always been CPR Boston’s mission to give back to the community. Therefore, CPR Boston is now conducting a monthly food drives at all our training classes at the Carney Hospital in Dorchester. CPR Boston is doing this with the generosity of others that participate in CPR Boston’s training courses.
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