Join your neighbors in participating in the Biden/Harris Administration’s National Day of Service! We are collecting non-perishable food items for the Woburn Council of Social Concern. Here is a list of suggested items: Baked Beans Canned Lunch (Spaghettios, etc.) Canned Meat (stew, Spam, chili, etc.) Cereal (hot and cold) Condiments Dessert Mixes, Jello, Pudding Fruits…

The Marblehead Democratic Town Committee is sponsoring a food drive to benefit My Brothers Table in Lynn and the Marblehead Food Pantry. Donors will drive into the Community Center Parking Lot where volunteers, observing guidelines approved by the Board of Health will receive checks and gift cards made out to either My Brothers Table or…

Catie’s Closet serves more than 55,000 school-age children in MA and NH by providing clothing and toiletries. You can donate gently used children’s clothing (especially winter items) or purchase toiletries including shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, feminine products, socks, and underwear. We are accepting donations from Jan. 18-Feb. 1. Please email or text for directions on…

Drop off food donations at the Sharon Unitarian Church. Please put donations in the box outside the front entrance of the church.

Natick Staples (27x 9 Plaza) has a program of people buying donation bags ($5) for local schools. One need not buy any Staples merchandise. I will be there 8-12pm on Mon Jan 18.

Natick Service Council will be collecting unopened, unexpired, non-perishable food items in honor of MLK Day and the dedication to community and service this day represents. NSC is requesting the following items: apple juice, crackers, granola bars, tuna in water, and macaroni & cheese. Monetary donations are also welcome.

Join our organization Help Empower, Inc. by donating engaging and culturally diverse books ( new or gently used ) appropriate for children ages 8-12years. We will be accepting donations from January 20th, 2021 to Jan 31 anytime between 12noon-5pm at Help Empower, Inc. (www.helpempowerfoundation.org )- 3 Mulherin Lane, Wellesley, MA 02481. Please leave the books…

We are hosting a community clothing clean-up on Monday. We are looking for volunteers to help us bag up clothing and toys in preparation to send out to shelters in the area. If you are interested, please contact me: [email protected]

We will be delivering hot meals to housebound seniors and food insecure families in Newburyport. We are coordinating with local community services to help our fellow residents in need. We will adhere to strict COVID-19 safety protocol – volunteers must wear masks, practice social distancing, and refrain from attending if they display symptoms.

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,…