Community Angel Sponsor - Bedford MA Neighbor Brigade
As Owner and Principal of Bernstein Development, I am proud to have such a vibrant organization in our community. We are honored to be the Community Angel Sponsor for the Bedford Neighbor Brigade chapter.
I wholeheartedly agree with founder, Pam Washek’s, belief that we all share a human need for community and our need to care for and be cared by one another. Pam believed helping was imperative not only for those who need the assistance, but for the benefit of the volunteers as well.
No matter your reasons for visiting this page, if you’re looking to to become a volunteer or if you’re looking for some support yourself or for a neighbor, I would like to welcome you to the Neighbor Brigade family.
Bedford Neighbor Brigade
Welcome to the Bedford chapter of Neighbor Brigade! Our chapter was formed in March 2010. Whether you are seeking assistance or looking to provide help to another, you’ve come to the right place. Our volunteer chapter leaders donate time to coordinate the needs of families in crisis with the volunteers who want to help. Read on to learn more about their passion for Neighbor Brigade, and help us spread the word! We are always looking to expand our presence in town among volunteers and potential recipients alike. Please share our site with your friends and neighbors and help us spread the word!
If you are looking for help, please create an account and fill out an application form here using this link (note it will say Volunteer Application): Bedford MA Recipient/Client Application
Facebook: Bedford Neighbor Brigade
Amy is a co-chapter leader of Bedford Neighbor Brigade. Amy grew up in Wayland and was a close friend of Pam Washek, founder of Neighbor Brigade, who inspired Amy to start a chapter in Bedford where Amy lives with her husband, Ron, and children, Matthew, Michael and Julia. Amy is the Event and Program Manager at the Melanoma Foundation of New England in Concord. Amy has been a long-time rider and supporter of the Pan Mass Challenge (PMC), a cycling fundraiser benefiting the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and in 2005 founded the PMC Bedford Kids Ride. In 2010 Amy was an MGH One Hundred Honoree for her philanthropic, fundraising and community organizing accomplishments.