Cambridge is home to enormous human and economic resources, but is also home to much need. 15% of Cambridge residents have incomes below the federal poverty level. almost 50% of Cambridge students qualify for free or reduced lunch. There are many ways that volunteers can support Cambridge families.

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Cambridge MLK Day of Service

Participate in the annual Cambridge MLK Day of Service and help children, families, and seniors in our community. Read More

Cambridge Family and Children’s Services

Nonprofit operating in partnership with Massachusetts Department of Children and Families and Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services. Read More

Cambridge Youth Soccer

Over 100 teams with volunteer coaches and managers. Read More

Center for Families

Playgroups, parent support groups and parenting education workshops for Cambridge families. Read More

 Kids Clothes Club

Providing new, warm winter coats to children in need. Read More

Parents Forum

Community-based organization providing workshops on emotional awareness. Read More

Science Club for Girls

Teaching self-confidence and STEM literacy in K-12th grade girls. Read More

See Also: Adbar Ethiopian Womens Alliance, Cambridge Community Center, Foster Grandparents Program, Community Art Center, Associated Early Care & Education

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