Youth & Recreation
Many people move to Medfield for the highly regarded and dynamic school system and first rate recreation programs that promote health and activity.
Learn about the following community Youth & Recreation initiatives currently seeking donations:
Medfield Cares About Prevention (MCAP)
MCAP is a coalition which incorporates a collaborative community and evidence-based approach to help educate and promote mental health as well as prevent alcohol, marijuana, and other drug use within our youth population.
Learn more about MCAP at http://www.medfieldcares.org/
Children's Camp Fund
Adults and children throughout Medfield have happy memories of summer camp. From a traditional experience in the woods to skill building or specialized camps, many Medfielders cherish these summer camp experiences and the friends they made there...How would you feel if you were left out of this experience?
There is significant need in town to help support children whose families can't afford to send them to camp. Please donate today.
Friends of the Medfield Rail Trail
The Medfield Rail Trail is a proposed 1.3 mile long section of the Bay Colony Rail Trail. It follows the corridor of the inactive Bay Colony Railroad and the converted trail will run from Harding Street near Medfield Junction to the Dover line somewhere between Farm Street and Hunt Drive
The Friends of the Medfield Rail Trail (FMRT) is a volunteer group of residents working toward the implementation of the Medfield Rail Trail. The mission of the FMRT is to address research, documentation, public hearings, outreach, and fundraising for the purpose of making the Medfield Rail Trail a reality.
We welcome volunteers to help with staffing booths, promotion, and other tasks. Drop us an email at email@example.com and we’ll find a spot for you to contribute your time and talents.
Medfield Coalition for Suicide Prevention
The Medfield Coalition for Suicide Prevention (MCSP) is a coalition created in September 2017 composed of community members/professionals who desire to promote mental health. We recognize that suicide has touched our town and by coming together, we can form an initiative that raises awareness and has the potential to save lives.
Spring/Fall Fest Fund
The Fest Fund was established by volunteers for the purpose of raising funds for the Medfield Parks & Recreation Commission to host the Springfest and Fallfest musical performances in the town of Medfield
Friends of Recreation
A volunteer organization that is dedicated to providing affordable recreation opportunities in well maintained facilities and grounds by using donated funds to offset the operating expenses of the Parks and Recreation Department. Items may include, but are not limited to: landscaping and programming equipment, capital improvement items or service needed to achieve our mission.