At Seven Hills, our mission is to promote and encourage the empowerment of children and adults with significant challenges so that each may pursue their highest possible degree of personal well-being and independence. Our professional staff is passionate about our work that helps people SEE the possibilities, BELIEVE in themselves, and ACHIEVE their dreams.Get Involved Now View Events Calendar
The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts has awarded Seven Hills Rhode Island with a generous grant of $3,750. With the funds from Rhode Island State Council on the Arts we were able to make the transition to virtual seamless, even conducting our first Zoom performance to over 70 audience members. Thank you so much to the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and our Rhode Island state legislators for recognizing how important the arts are to people of all abilities!
Thank to a $2,400 grant from the Farm Neck Foundation, Abigail Ritter, Seven Hills Music Therapist, will lead Seven Hills Vineyard Supports participants through song and dance on her guitar while individuals participate safely at home on Zoom.
The Greater Worcester Community Foundation, the United Way of Central Massachusetts has awarded Family Services of Central Massachusetts with a $60,000 grant award towards our Summer Literacy Initiative.
Our Seven Hills Foundation & Affiliates community mourns the passing of long-time champion, Claire M. Swan. As a parent advocate, Clarie was involved with the Worcester Area Association of Retarted Citizens, founded in the 1950s, the organizational predecessor of Seven Hills Foundation, and has loyally and passionately supported our work ever since.
As we round closer to the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic changing our lives, non-profit organizations around the country are still struggling to supply enough Personnel Protective Equipment and technologies