List Headline Image
Updated by Chris Pierce, LICSW on Oct 06, 2016
Headline for Volunteering
 REPORT
6 items   1 followers   0 votes   30 views

Volunteering

Boston Cares

Volunteering for a Greater Boston
Variety of opportunities to be active in the community.

Boston Partners in Education

Our trained volunteers, who serve as academic mentors, help students gain the skills, self-confidence and motivation they need to succeed in school and in life! The extra attention students receive during the school day is crucial. Their improved academic success and their increased self-confidence could be the factor that inspires them to stay in school and graduate.
44 Fransworth st Boston MA, 02210
617-451-6145

City Year Boston

An action tank for national service, City Year seeks to demonstrate, improve and promote the concept of national service as a means for building a stronger democracy. Operates a youth service corp, engages citizens in service as well as discusses national service policies and initiatives. Provides volunteers with a $564 biweekly stipend, and a $5,500 educational award.
287 Columbus Ave Boston Ma 02116
Admissions: 617-927-2400 Main Line: 617-927-2500

Fair Foods Inc.

Recycles massive amounts of grocery-quality fresh food and high-grade building materials and brings them directly to the people who need it the most. Provides the $2 a bag program, offered at sites in Dorchester, Mattapan, Roxbury, and the South End.
540 Columbia Rd. Dorchester MA, 02122
617-288-6185

The Food Project

In our Serve & Grow farm work volunteer program, individuals and groups visit our farms to help tend the fields. We hold three-hour volunteer sessions on weekday and weekend mornings at our farms in Boston, Lincoln, Lynn, and Beverly, Mass in the spring (April through June) and fall (September and October).
10 Lewis St Lincoln, MA 01773
Lincoln: 781-259-8621 Boston: 617-442-1322

The Wish Project

Provides free furniture and other household materials to people in need.
1 A Foundry St. Lowell MA, 01852
978-441-9474

  • Listly By

    I am the social worker at the Criminal Justice Institute at Harvard Law School. I have created these lists to assist our students in their advocacy with their clients.

  • Tools