2022 Medfield Outreach Strategic Plan & Community Needs Survey

  1. About the Project
  2. 5-Year StraTEgic PLAN (2022-2027)
  3. community needs survey Results (2022)

In the winter of 2022, Medfield Outreach began work to complete a community needs survey and create a five-year strategic plan for the department. What you see on these tabs is the result of that almost six month long undertaking. We are proud of the work that went into this project and are excited to share it with you.

Medfield Outreach is grateful to The Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund for making this project possible. The funding allowed us to secure consultant, Ann Budner, to guide our department in conducting a community needs survey and developing a five-year strategic plan.

Secondly, this project would not have been possible without the support, participation, and commitment of our planning committee of twelve key stakeholders.  These community members generously gave up time in their very busy schedules to collaboratively develop and disseminate the needs assessment, analyze the data, and use the information to inform our goals and objectives.

Finally, we would like to thank the community for your participation and candor.  Approximately 800 of you took the time to complete the survey, helping us to better understand the complex needs of our residents and how to shape our services to serve you best. Thank you.

Please take your time reading through our 2022-2027 Strategic Plan as well as the results of our 2022 Community Needs Survey on the following tabs.
*If you have any questions or would like to speak to someone about this project, please email medfieldoutreach@medfield.net or call the Medfield Outreach office at (508) 359-7121.

About the Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund
The Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund Is a professionally-managed endowment created to support community-driven projects. Volunteer-run and designed to complement the initiatives of Medfield organizations, the Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund raises funds from the community and makes grants to established non-profit organizations through a competitive process. For more information or to contribute to the Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund, please visit https://www.medfieldfoundation.org/legacy-fund.