Be Part of Our Team
The Friends of Norwood Center have been building a strong community to represent the businesses, residents and town administration in the downtown. If you are interested in supporting our efforts, here are some ways you can help.
Become a Business Member: We advocate for the businesses in the downtown through education, networking and participation in local events. Click on the link below and register to become a business member. These memberships help us continually represent the businesses and the local economy in the downtown.
Volunteer: Becoming a business member opens opportunities for volunteer positions on the Friends of Norwood Center Board. These positions give you a voice to help represent the opinions and concerns of local businesses. If you don't have time for the board, we can always use an additional set of hands during our fundraising events.
Donate: If you like what the Friends of Norwood Center is doing to support the efforts of the downtown, you can make a monetary donation that will be used to support community events in the downtown. And always remember, a donation of time and talent is always appreciated. Volunteer and join us at our fundraising events.
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We appreciate your support!
What Our Businesses Say
The Town of Norwood has formed a strong working relationship with the Friends of Norwood Center collaborating to support and promote small businesses in Norwood Center. The town is appreciative of the efforts of the Friends of Norwood Center to help us create a welcoming and vibrant community for residents, visitors, and local businesses.
Joe Collins, Economic Development Director/ Key Accounts Manager
Friends of Norwood Center is more like a really good friend, an invaluable gem. From rallying chefs and foodies together for Restaurant Week, to being your social media cheerleader, to bringing awareness and a warm welcome to businesses who are the new kids on the block. FNC is not only re-energizing the outdoor experience but also cultivating a vibrant social space for customers and businesses to connect.
Nedith Wikina, Owner, Cheff’n & Eetinn
Beautiful location and classic New England parks, complete with a gazebo and twinkle lights strung from cafes and trees.
Nice little shops. Small town USA feel.
Highly recommend being a part of this group who are trying to elevate our community and help those businesses in the downtown area and beyond.