The Hartsprings Foundation

Hartsprings Foundation  collects used, unwanted clothing and small household items on behalf of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Through a partnership with Savers Stores items are sold at discounted rates and proceeds support Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs.

Hartsprings was founded in 1997 with the purposes of funding Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs in Massachusetts and Connecticut. With a partnership with Savers Thrift stores we turn your unwanted items into funding for 5 Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies.

To date, Hartsprings — in collaboration with Savers — has generated millions of dollars in funding for these agencies.
The funding is used to help provide more than 2,500 at-risk children with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change the
lives for the better … forever.

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