Who founded the DSC and when?
The Dedham Square Circle was formed in 2005 by Dedham Square business owners Peter Reynolds and his twin brother, Paul, owners of The Blue Bunny, and Paul McMurtry, owner of The Dedham Community Theatre. After taking a driving tour of surrounding communities’ downtowns, it was apparent that Dedham Square was in need of some aesthetic and economic improvements. The dynamic trio formed the Dedham Square Circle, a hybrid merchant-resident organization, whose members include local elected and town officials, property owners, residents, merchants, and employees. The “Circle” approach is all inclusive as individuals in each of these categories has a vested interest in improving the Square.
What is DSC's mission?
The Dedham Square Circle is a non-profit organization committed to invigorating Dedham Square by increasing its economic prosperity, promoting its rich history, arts and culture, and aesthetically enhancing the Square's physical environment to benefit the entire community.
What are DSC's funding sources?
The DSC receives funding from individuals, local businesses and companies as well as private and corporate foundations. The DSC does not receive any funding from the town or the state.
Are donations to the Dedham Square Circle tax-deductible?
Yes. DSC is a 501 C3 tax-exempt organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.
How do I become a member of the Dedham Square Circle?
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Are there other ways to support DSC?
Yes, the DSC welcomes in-kind donations of goods or services such as graphic design, printing and photography. We also gladly accept donations of raffle or auction items for our community and fundraising events.