"Our goal is to help students improve their academic skills, especially reading, writing and math. We hope to inspire these students to believe in themselves and perhaps go on to higher education."
- Herb Chasan, Founder
We're located behind the main office building,
next to the playground.
We're located behind the daycare center,
up the ramp.
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In partnership with KaBOOM!, the CarMax Foundation donated a playground to the Interfaith Terrace community (Cochituate Homes Cooperative), through Hoops and Homework.
Volunteers came from everywhere: CarMax, Interfaith Terrace residents, Hoops and Homework board members, community leaders, artists and landscapers, local businesses and corporations, labor unions, and YOU- a true community event. People donated time, money, transportation services, supplies- even food to keep the volunteers fueled with energy.
In addition to the wonderful playground equipment, volunteers constructed shade shelters, numerous picnic tables and benches, a "little library" and cornhole sets. Artists and volunteers painted incredible murals.
We can't thank you enough- and the kids and families in the neighborhood love it!
Hoops and Homework has a new email address and phone number! Check the Contact Us page!
Hoops and Homework is proud to announce the expansion of one of its two Framingham facilities - meaning more support for even more Framingham children.
The new center is dedicated to the memory of Kevin Giblin.
This expansion was possible due to the generous donation we received from Capital Group Properties, Brendon Properties and The Flatley Company.
Meet Kevin Lopez, the new program director at Hoops and Homework.
He will tell you about his background, his vision and the fantastic ideas that he will bring to our programs. We are so fortunate to have someone like him join our team.