Immigrant Family Services Institute (IFSI) will partner with the Nobles and Greenough school to host a tutoring day for children of immigrant families. At the end of the day, students will write Thank You Card to be sent to essential workers in various hospitals

With Martin Luther King’s holiday on Monday January 18th, MVCSC has published this booklet “A Day On Not A Day Off”, that explains how an 11-year-old boy learns about Dr. King, what he believed in, and why we celebrate this holiday. MVCSC will be distributing this booklet to hundreds of 5th and 6th graders within…

Join us to mark Martin Luther King, Jr., Day 2021 with a discussion of “Civil Rights: A History,” a 4-part documentary that looks at the four stages of racism highlighted by Bryan Stevenson: slavery, lynching, segregation, and mass incarceration. The documentary tries to show how these stages underlie the racial problems that persist in our…

Join us on this National Day of Service as we uplift incarcerated members of our communities with the power of knowledge through a book drive. This is a virtual event where resources will be offered in order to help you help support some of the most vulnerable in your community through donating, participating in our…

THE MOSTLY VIRTUAL 2021 Cambridge MLK WEEK OF SERVICE & LEARNING JOIN TOGETHER FOR HANDS-ON SERVICE AND A WEEK OF RACIAL AND SOCIAL JUSTICE CONVERSATIONS Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and work by joining with others to serve those in need in our community and to learn how you can help create an…

“Racial Healing: Understanding Racial Identity, Systemic Racism, and How to Become a Racial Ally” – Speakers include Dr. Anneliese Singh; Doug Osborne, M.A., health educator, Southest Alaska Regional Health Consortium, and moderator Jennifer Nash, vice president, corporate solutions and capacity building, Points of Light. Anneliese A. Singh, Ph.D., LPC, author, professor and associate provost for…

Join us for an interactive session led by 826 Boston’s Volunteer Engagement Specialists to learn more about their organization and how you can get involved. 826 Boston is a nonprofit youth writing and publishing organization that empowers traditionally underserved students ages 6-18 to find their voices, tell their stories, and gain communication skills to succeed…

We’ll meet virtually to learn about how the social service agency Yad Chessed is helping to address food and financial insecurity in Greater Boston and surrounding regions. We’ll invite participants to help us collect gently used laptops and cell phones that can be wiped clean and donated to isolated individuals who do not currently have…

Volunteer Locally for Justice on MLK Day of Service in 1 of 1800+Communities in the USA. If you have not heard about Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs, you will most likely be surprised to learn, in the USA, there are now more than 1800+ of the Youth Justice Diversion Programs in municipalities, schools,…

Allies for Immigrants: English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Corps a partnership with English for New Bostonians, supported by the Cummings Foundation About the Allies for Immigrants: ESOL Corps Allies volunteers are a part of a network of volunteers who share a passion for enhancing English skills for adult learners. Corps volunteers deepen their…