The Ashland Business Association Gives Back
The Ashland Business Association (ABA) and its members believe in giving back to the community. Through the ABA, our members participate in and/or provide financial support to a number of programs and events throughout the year.
ABA Internships. The ABA partners with the Ashland High School to connect students who have social media experience with businesses that have social media needs. Students gain valuable business experience while helping local businesses get up to speed online.
ABA Scholarships. Each year the ABA awards two-$1,500 scholarships to high school seniors residing in Ashland who exemplify community and business spirit, work ethics, and creativity.
Organizations and Events the ABA Supports
Ashland Emergency Fund. A nonprofit organization that provides emergency support for town residents in need.
Ashland High School Reality Fair. An event that fosters awareness of the need for financial skills among high school seniors.
Ashland Public Library's Summer Reading Program. A program that encourages the love of reading and learning among children, teens and adults.
The Corner Spot. Run by the town's economic development office, the Corner Spot at 6 Cherry St. hosts community and business events.
Metrowest YMCA. Each summer the ABA partners with the Family Outdoor Center, Metrowest YMCA in Hopkinton to hold a BBQ for business associations in the region. Proceeds benefit the Y.
2019 scholarship winners with ABA President Adam Sachs (center): (left to right) Justin Madison and David Celatka. (Photo/Cynthia Whitty)
Write Us At:
P.O. Box 510, Ashland, MA 01721
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