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Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG)

FRCOG LogoA regional organization offering a variety of programming, products and services, both on the municipal and regional level with the goal to improve the efficiency and cost effectiveness of municipal governmental functions and improve quality of life in the region. http://frcog.org/


LifePath logo RGB cropAn Area Agency on Aging and Aging Services Access Point, is a private, nonprofit corporation that develops, provides and coordinates a range of services to support the independent living of elders and persons with disabilities with a goal of independence. They also support caregivers, including grandparents raising grandchildren, in many ways. Lifepath (formerly Franklin County Home Care) serves all of Franklin County and Athol, Petersham, Royalston and Phillipston, Massachusetts. Some of our programs are available in Hampden, Hampshire, and Berkshire counties.http://www.lifepathma.org


Franklin County Regional Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA)

HRAThe Franklin County Regional Housing and Redevelopment Authority serves the housing and community development needs of the 26 towns of Franklin County. HRA works with residents to successfully access a wide variety of housing resources. They also work with the municipalities of Franklin County to apply for and administer community block development grant funding for various infrastructure and community development projects. http://www.fchra.org/index.php

United Way

uwayUnited Way is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) agency that brings people and communities together to advance the common good. Thy partner with local nonprofits, businesses, government and social service agencies to address our community's most pressing needs. http://uw-fc.org/


“Our Chamber membership is one of the important ways that we place value on our relationships with other business owners and with our community. “ Bruce Lessels, Zoar Outdoor
“Chamber membership helps keep my staff in contact with the local business community through their seminars and events.” – Michael Tucker, Greenfield Cooperative Bank
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