Plummer Promise Circle is a devoted group of monthly supporters on a mission to ensure youth find their forever family and that they do not miss out on childhood experiences while in our care. Join Promise Circle now.
Plummer Promise Circle helps us do whatever it takes to find a forever family.
Like an Uber ride, a cell phone, or a dinner…
Sometimes it takes a little extra help to bring a family together. Barriers to transportation, meals, and technology can make it difficult for a youth to find or reunite with family. Your support helps overcome these challenges and connect youth with family or friends that could be their forever support system.
Or a joyful, childhood experience…
Kids need more than just food and shelter. Promise Circle members help us go above and beyond basic services funded by the government by providing our youth with genuine, meaningful childhood experiences. Your support enables youth to explore hobbies and activities like fishing trips, camping, and music lessons.
Be a part of a community: Promise Circle is made up of passionate, generous, and determined people like you. They are changing the lives of youth. They are making family for everyone a reality. We know you are going to fit right in.
Join Promise Circle Now
Your Promise Circle benefits include:
- A monthly e-blast highlighting Plummer activities and stories
- Invitations to special member events, including updates with Plummer leadership 2x per year
- A special 1-year Anniversary gift
- Annual appreciation event for Promise Circle members
Please contact our Community Engagement & Events Manager, Emily Lonergan, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-744-1099 ext. 116 for support or questions about joining our Promise Circle.
You help make so many things possible…
And so many more experiences that all youth deserve
Connecting our youth with family in special ways
A young woman in foster care made two of these build a bears with her younger cousin, complete with their personalized voice recordings, so that they could hear each other’s voices and feel close even when they are far apart.
Self-expression through art and music
Transportation to visit friends and family, to go to work, or to go to school
Uniform and shoes for a youth’s first job