This holiday season, you can make your good deeds go further and maybe get lucky just by doing it.

The New Bedford Public Schools Wraparound Program is focused on creating safe and supportive schools, improving overall climate and culture, and engaging families and the community in the education of students. As we move into the holiday break, now more than ever, families are in need of food assistance.

Thanks to efforts by The Richard A. Perry Memorial FoundationProGroup, and RenovateResidential, the NBPS's Wraparound Program will be able to provide families currently received wraparound services with Market Basket gift cards to help these families keep food on their tables.

Cheryl Moura, the founder of the Richard A. Perry Memorial Foundation, explains why they chose to create the Wraparound Warmth Campaign: "My father, Richard A. Perry, worked with the United Way of Greater New Bedford for many years giving back to those in the community. During this holiday season more than ever, I would like to honor his legacy by continuing to give back to the community. The United Way has a special place in my heart."

The Richard A. Perry Memorial FoundationProGroup, and RenovateResidential want to maximize donations to the Wraparound Warmth campaign by matching gifts all week long, up to $3,500. Plus, when you make a donation between December 14-18, you could win up to a $100 gift card yourself, just for getting into the generous holiday spirit.

For complete details on how to help contribute to the Wraparound Warmth Campaign or to donate, please visit the Wraparound Warmth donation page here.

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