Quincy Militia Football, a semi-pro football team in the Eastern Football League (EFL) and Father Bill’s & MainSpring (FBMS) are “teammates” for the 2014 season!
To kick off their partnership, Quincy Militia Football and FBMS have designed special vouchers to be distributed throughout Quincy and surrounding towns. Quincy Militia plays five home games at Veterans Memorial Stadium and presenting this voucher will designate $2.00 of a fans paid admission to be donated to FBMS.
During the season, fans can also help Quincy Militia Football collect items needed by FBMS. Each game will have a selected theme, such as shampoo, soap or socks. The themes will be announced throughout the football season.
FBMS President and CEO John Yazwinski says “We greatly appreciate Quincy Militia Football supporting our mission. We look forward to this partnership and appreciate Quincy Militia Football’s commitment to ending homelessness.” The Quincy Militia Football owners Joseph and Christine Cater say “Football fans can come to the stadium, cheer on their Quincy Militia Football team and support Father Bill’s & MainSpring with specific items donation to help those in need.”
At the final home game, Father Bill’s & MainSpring will show their appreciation of this partnership at a special half-time presentation.
Father Bill's & MainSpring (FBMS) is committed to ending and preventing homelessness in Southern MA, with programs that shelter and connect people to housing, jobs and services. FBMS helps people who are struggling with homelessness or are at risk of homelessness to achieve self-sufficiency. FBMS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency with administrative offices in Quincy and Brockton Massachusetts and program offices throughout Southern Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.helpfbms.org or call 617-376-2255.