fruit center marketplace home page
Platters and Gift Baskets


>> Groups Fruit Center Marketplace has recently supported: Download List


>> We'd like to hear about your charity or local organization: Download Form



Giving Back





THANK YOU to all the families who participated in this year's SCHOOL FUNDRAISING WEEK!

Over $13,000 was earned this year through our fundraising program - more than any other year!:

Hingham schools:

Derby Academy - $970

East School - $1815

Foster School - $1095

Hingham High - $960

Hingham Middle - $140

Notre Dame Academy - $90

Plymouth River - $1000

St. Paul - $615

South School - $155


Milton schools:

Collicot - $1350

Cunningham - $1080

Fontbonne Academy - $185

Glover - $310

Milton High - $1220

Pierce Middle - $575

St. Agatha - $905

St. Mary of the Hills - $575

Thacher Montessori - $80

Tucker - $460


Focused on Our Community

The Fruit Center Marketplace makes every effort to support our local non-profit organizations and charities. If you would like the Fruit Center to consider donating to your charity or local organization, please download this document, fill it out, and return it to one of our stores at least 30 days before any event or scheduled deadline.

If you would like to see who we supported in 2015, you can download a list of the groups we supported last year.







You've probably heard about bee colony collapse, the devasating situation affecting bee populations - the very bees who pollinate one-third of all food consumed by humans. An ambitious Milton 12-year old, Sebastian Wright, is doing his part to re-populate honeybees in our community with the Milton Billion Backyard Bee Project. Understanding the important role bees play in our food chain, and being inspired by Sebastians entrepreneurial spirit, we wanted to help. The Fruit Center has contributed $800 to support Sebastian's new hive residing at New England Base Camp on Unquity Road in Milton.

Promoting Milton's Billion Backyard Bee Project on Radio BDC, August 9, 2016.

From left, Sebastian, of Milton's Billion Backyard Bee Project; Julie Kramer of Radio BDC; and Michael Dwyer, Marketing Director of the Fruit Center.