Do you believe that youth can make a positive impact on their community? Do you want to help promote a positive image and outlook for the Point neighborhood of Salem? Join us for Youth Get to the Point Day! Youth Get to the Point Day is an afternoon of service in the Point neighborhood that focuses on beautification projects and fun! We'll be celebrating our hard work and our neighborhood with a closin more
Ward 4 Neighborhood Association
100 Brooks Ave, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169
Wednesday April 15th, 5:30-7:30
Pizza and refreshments will be served!
This event will give the community the chance to learn more about ways to get
involved and learn about volunteer opportunities in Ward 4.
Norfolk County RSVP Volunteer Program will also be at the open house to talk about volunteer opportunities for those more
Global Youth Service Day is the single largest youth volunteer engagement day in the world - engaging youth up to the age of 25 in 113 countries in 2014. Boston Cares is excited to serve as Youth Service America's lead agency for the Boston area, providing several ways local youth can get involved in this global opportunity to make a difference. Special thanks to our supporters at the Massachusetts Ser more
National Volunteer Week, April 13-17, 2015, is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to seek out imaginative ways to engage in their communities. It’s about demonstrating to the nation that by working together, we have the fortitude to meet our challenges and accomplish our goals.
This year's goals include restoring Boland Pond, creating an outdoor classroom, removing invasive plant spe more
Got 4 hours? Help with home repairs in Worcester. Rebuilding Together Worcester is holding a home repair blitz weekend April 17-19, to fix up 7-8 homes owned by people who are elderly, disabled, or raising a family on a fixed income. You'll work with others on a team on a variety of tasks to improve safety, energy efficiency, and pride of ownership. Projects may include painting, clean-up, yard work, more
The Organic Garden Project (OGP) at Zoo New England's Franklin Park Zoo started April 2014. We created a community run garden to offset our animal's food costs. The garden was 50' x 60' located between the tropical forest and the Giraffe exhibit. It is 100% organic, and the garden is up and running from May-October. This year, we are using another grant from the Massachusetts Service Alliance to exp more