OTMINC receives Recognition
On May 20, 2019, during the annual Citizenship Ceremonies, at the Hajjar School in Billerica, Christine Finney, Reading Specialist, recognized On The Move, Inc. for the significant impact we have had on their school and their students. (See Video)
Pupils' kindness pays off
McAuliffe Elementary students Jordan and Julianna Chan, stand with the new bikes they received through a donation Digital Federal Credit Union made to the nonprofit On the Move Inc. (Photo courtesy of McAuliffe Elementary School / Lowell Sun)
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Lorraine J. Huard, M.Ed
Early Childhood Coordinator
Project Support Preschool
Billerica Public Schools
"Here's a picture of two of my friends on the new bike! It's a big hit! It supports social skill development (ex. taking turns being the driver and the passenger) and language growth (ex. need to use your words to ask a friend for a ride)".
Thank you notes from the kids at the LBGC Lowell
Matthew Kalil, left, of MFA Companies, listens to Bill Haddad and Jan Haddad, right, both of On The Move, discuss their organization during the Greater Lowell Community Foundations's Celebrate Giving Event at Lenzi's in Dracut on Wednesday night.
- Lowell Sun / Aaron Curtis
All Donations are Tax Deductible
UTEC wants to thank On The Move, Inc. for donating books to our young people in HiSET!
- Christina Khem, UTEC, Lowell
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Governor Baker, Jan Haddad (President of OTMINC) and Representative Marc Lombardo
OTMINC Board Members, Jim Marshall, Bill Haddad and Jan Haddad receive a $10,000 appropriation from Rep. Lombardo to help achieve their mission
Bill Haddad (OTMINC) discusses his mission with Representative Lombardo and Governor Baker