Blog :: 11-2020

Team Windhill Donates $525 to Ipswich Humane Group and Tree Jubilee

Tree Jubilee Ipswich Humane Group Ipswich MAWhen the Ipswich Humane Group shared the news that they would not be able to host their 10th annual Tree Jubilee in it's traditional sense, they, like so many others, pivoted, and the Mega Tree Jubilee was born! Windhill has been supporting this event since its inception and looked forward to it every year. We are so excited to announce that team Windhill pooled $525, which took about 5 minutes! The folks here at Windhill are so incredibly generous; we have a lot of animal lovers here at 16 Market Street. I'm not surprised in the least! 

Check out Ipswich Humane Group and support them if you can. Visit Marini Farm between 11/27 and 12/20, donate $5 (or more) for a chance to win the $1,000 prize! Full details on the Mega Tree Jubilee here


Meet Tuba Toots:

recently adopted through Ipswich Humane!

He already loves the holidays! 

 

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Team Windhill Serves 130 Households in 2 Hours with The Open Door

"One million now face hunger in Massachusetts", according to recent news from WGBH. Harder to believe is the stastic that "the increased percentage of hungry Bay Staters is greater than any other in the nation." I had no idea it was so dire here in my home state.

We partner with The Open Door year round by hosting our downtown storefront as a reliable and consistent point of donation but with the pandemic, everything is different. We knew there was a need and fortunately, by way of The Open Door's commitment to their relationships with organizations like us, we were able to volunteer for their drive-through holiday meals pick up righ here in Ipswich. Members of team Windhill jumped at the chance to help! We served 130 households in 2 hours, working in the dark, greeting folks as they pulled up, drive-through style, sending them off with a trunk full of fresh vegetables, pantry items and gift cards for a turkey.

The staff at Windhill brought their good spirits, kind hearts and warm hats because it was freezing! It was too dark and too cold for a group photo but we at least got this shot! Happy Thanksgiving!

p.s. Supporting local business = support in YOUR community.

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