Hastings House is following CDC guidelines for all private and public events during the ongoing COVID pandemic. Please be prepared to wear masks at all times inside of the Hastings House building including all adults and children, whether vaccinated or not, until such time as the CDC ends this safety recommendation.
The Farms-Prides Community Association (FPCA is the organization responsible for managing the Hastings House) is a 50+ year-old non-profit organization that is currently supporting fundraisers for two local charities:
Use one of the two buttons above to donate to either community effort (or both!). All are tax-deductible donations.
Hastings House is a community center located at 14 Oak Street that provides unique space for public and private events. Recently re-opened after a year of closure due to COVID, repairs and upkeep are ongoing to make the gym, kitchen, library, bathrooms, and outdoor areas, safe and viable for generations to come.
Beverly Farms Gardens is an effort led by local Farmer John Fallon. He has turned the greenspace between Hale Street and St Margaret's Church into a high-yield garden supplying free, fresh produce to area food pantries for those in need. Donations support the purchase of compost, tools, seeds, and other yearly needs. Learn more here.
More Ways to Support Hastings House
Hastings House is now a recognized non-profit organization with the Amazon Smile donation program. If you shop on Amazon, even occasionally, you can designate a portion of your purchases to go to the Farms-Prides Community Association, which represents the Hastings House. Click here for instructions.
Hastings House has created a shopping list at Amazon of products we need to help make the community space, especially the kitchen, work well for everyone. ALL PURCHASES FROM THE WISH LIST ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE just the same as if you donated cash to the FPCA. Click here to see the list.