Welcome and Thank You!

It is with great pride and excitement that we welcome you to our new website and online store! When we started this journey back in March, little did we know what a steep learning curve and enormous undertaking it would be.

Many small non profit concerns like the Dedham Exchange are not fortunate enough to have access to small business support grants to help them raise their profile and increase their business opportunities. In the case of the Dedham Exchange a most generous Technical assistance grant from the Neponset River Regional Chamber of Commerce put us together with two wonderful web designers and a terrific marketing expert to bring to reality this new website and online shop for you to enjoy. We hope that you will want to be part of the Dedham Exchange community, by signing up to our email list on the website, checking out our offerings regularly and keeping up to date on our events.

Support this local volunteer led non profit organization that donates its earnings back to the community. If you are not familiar with the history of the Dedham Exchange and what we do, we encourage you to check out our ‘About’ page on our website. If you are tempted by the beautiful products made by our artisans, remember you will be supporting them directly plus giving back to the local community. Remember, buy once, give twice!


Beth & Jo

Dedham Exchange Volunteers

We would like to express our deepest gratitude and thanks for the generous Technical assistance grant from the Neponset River Regional Chamber of Commerce and Thomas J O’Rourke (President and CEO) www.nrrchamber.com Without this grant we would not have had the privilege of working with Veronica Cornish of VC Creative Studio https://VC creative studio.com and Kerry Aglugub of KMA Web Design www.kmawebdesign.com and Tricia White of T. white Creations https://twhitecreations.com Without their help this would not have happened! They were always so kind and patient with their expertise. We would also like to thank Leslie Browne of Leslie Browne photography http://lesliebrownephotography.com for assistance with some of the photos used on the website. Finally, all the online development committee members for the many hours put into this endeavor!