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FALMOUTH CARES

T-Shirts For A Cause


Falmouth Cares is selling T-Shirts to benefit Belonging To Each Other and the Falmouth Service Center. Proceeds from the sale of the T-shirts will be shared equally between the two organizations.

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* Falmouth Cares is a business roundtable on FCTV, hosted by Troy Clarkson and includes Michael Kasparian, William Zammer and Gary Vacon.

New Balance
FALMOUTH ROAD RACE

2020 New Balance Falmouth Road Race to be Run “At Home” 

The 48th running of the iconic race will be celebrated worldwide as a virtual event beginning August 15 – on the birthday of late founder Tommy Leonard – and concluding on August 29, with runners covering 7 miles in their own neighborhoods any time during that period. Numbers for nonprofit charity program partners will continue. 

Support a BTEO Runner
View the BTEO Race Page

This year, 8 runners will earn invitational entries on Team BTEO to compete in the 2020 New Balance Falmouth Road Race. Known as one of the best non-marathon races in the country, this seven-mile course thrills runners as they hug the scenic Cape Cod shoreline. Runners who have their own Road Race bib and sign a waiver can also join the team.

As a registered Team BTEO team member, you are guaranteed:

  • an official race number (invitational runners only)
  • a special BTEO swag bag
  • free off-street parking blocks from the finish line and an am ride to the shuttle bus (first 4 invitational)
  • a Team BTEO cheering section along the race route
  • and MUCH MORE

If you would like to support BTEO with your invitational entry please complete the BTEO Team application. We will set you up with your own personal fundraising page.

If you are interested in participating on Team BTEO with your own Road Race Bib and personal fundraising page email us at BTEOFalmouth@gmail.com.

A LETTER FROM BTEO PRESIDENT REGARDING THE CORONAVIRUS

Dear friends of Belonging To Each Other,

During this unprecedented time, we ask you to keep in your thoughts and prayers our homeless.  Too often those who have the least, those without a safety net, are the most impacted in a crisis.  Belonging to Each Other recognizes more than ever how important our mission is as we strive to provide that safety net to Falmouth's homeless through housing and critical services.  Never before has the name of our organization carried such meaning.  We are separate, but together, and we all truly belong to each other.

Yes, for the safety of our volunteers and our clients, we have had to adapt and change.  Although we suspended our daily transportation program and friendly visits, we continue to stock our men's and women's houses with food and supplies via front door drop-offs.  Our case managers are in active contact with clients by phone as they work to transition people into  more permanent living arrangements, safely and effectively.
In recent weeks our Board canceled two important fundraisers that we rely on for income.  Yet rent, insurance and case manager compensation still need to be paid.  Know that, especially during this trying time, we humbly thank you for caring and for helping us as we continue our life-saving mission.  We are nearing our fifth anniversary only through the generous and compassionate support of our community.  

Blessings,
Paul McCadam

President and CEO

Would You Like To Stay In Touch?

Email us at bteofalmouth@gmail.com

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