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"Our goal is to help students improve their academic skills, especially reading, writing and math.  We hope to inspire these at-risk students to believe in themselves and perhaps go on to higher education." 

- Herb Chasan, Founder

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Interfaith Location
12 Interfaith Terrace
Framingham, MA 01702

We're located behind the main office building,

next to the playground.

Pusan Location
9 Pusan Road
Framingham, MA 01702

We're located behind the daycare center,

up the ramp.

 
 
 
 
  • Hoops and Homework offers academic and enrichment services to youth residing around the Beaver and Waverly Street areas. We strive to ensure a safe and fun learning environment for all of our youth.
  • The program operates at two locations: Framingham Housing Authority's site at Carlson and Pusan Rd., and Cochituate Homes' site at Interfaith Terrace. Both sites are located in the lowest income neighborhood of Framingham.
  • We are open during the school year (3-6 pm and 1-6pm on early release days), as well as during the summer (1-6pm).
  • The program is available for children ages 5-14.
  • We are licensed through the Massachusetts Office of Early Education and Care. We are the only neighborhood-based and licensed after-school program in Framingham.




 
 
 
 
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Updated 5/14/18


PROVIDING ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL SUPPORT TO STUDENTS IN A HEALTHY AND SAFE ENVIRONMENT, IN FRAMINGHAM MA

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Painting the interior at Interfaith
Building new raised garden beds at Pusan

We have a brand new look!

  Thank you, Bose Volunteers! On Friday, May 11, volunteers from Bose Corporation in Framingham fanned out all over the city to  volunteer at different community organizations. We were so lucky to have approximately 25 volunteers work at our two centers, painting and doing small carpentry jobs. The interiors at Pusan and Interfaith were both painted. At Interfaith, lines were put down on the basketball court, and hopscotch and four-square areas were created. At Pusan, the existing raised garden bed was repaired and a new one built. We are so grateful for Bose's help, and now we look great, too!

Putting the lines down on the Interfaith basketball court. 

Music To Our Ears

Six children from Pusan who have been studying violin all year performed at the Framingham Cultural Council's 2018 Awards Reception on April 30, at the Framingham Public Library. The students performed three songs: "Hot Cross Buns", "Mary Had A Little Lamb", and "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star." Their teacher was Zachary Surapine, from the Performing Arts Center of MetroWest, and violins were donated courtesy of Centre Music House.  Tommy's Taxi generously provided transportation to and from the event. We are so proud of these young musicians!

Here's the group performing "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."

Marathon Runners Finish The Job!

Hats off to the Team Hoops and Homework Boston Marathon runners! On the rainiest of rainy days,  all eight members of Team Hoops and Homework persevered and completed the race, raising over  $50,000 for our organization in the process. Lots of thanks go to our runners:  Jeff Beling, Megan Bubello, Bree Cunningham, Joe Kynoch, Diana Linn, Mark Nickerson, Priscilla Sousa, and Lesley White Harvey. We continue to be in awe of their amazing accomplishment!


  Several runners visited Pusan and Interfaith the week after the Marathon. The children enjoyed asking lots and lots of questions, and they even got to try on Marathon medals!